What To Serve With Artichoke Dip?

You’ve just whipped up a delicious artichoke dip, but you’re not sure what to serve it with.

This is always the dilemma I face. Do I go with the classic tortilla chips or something more unique?

Here is a list of things you can serve with artichoke dip:

  • Crackers
  • Vegetables (e.g. carrots, celery, broccoli)
  • Pita chips
  • Breadsticks
  • Tortilla chips
  • Bagel chips
  • Garlic bread
  • French bread
  • Pizza crusts


You can use any kind of cracker you’d prefer. When serving Artichoke Dip with crackers please ensure that there are no “holes” in the crackers otherwise the dip will leak out during eating. Crackers are usually consumed after dipping.

Vegetables (e.g. carrots, celery, broccoli)

These vegetables are good alternatives to chips. They provide texture and crunchiness while still being low in calories. Vegetable sticks work especially well for dipping since they’re long enough to reach without having to hold onto the stick too much.

Pita Chips

Pita Chips are another option. Most Pita Chips manufacturers sell packages of assorted colors. You can purchase them online or at local stores. Please note that many types of Pita Chips are baked or fried. Therefore, they should be avoided whenever possible.


Breadsticks are often used to scoop up dips or sauces. However, it doesn’t hurt to eat them simply dipped in the dip itself. Breadsticks are available in various flavors. Some brands include sour cream and onion, barbecue sauce, herb blend, and garlic knots.

Tortilla Chips

Since Tortillas are made from corn, tortilla chips are naturally gluten free. Also, they’re relatively inexpensive. Although, they aren’t necessarily healthy choices. For example, potato chips tend to be higher in fat than tortillas.

Bagel Chips

Like tortillas, Bagels are also made from corn. Unlike tortillas, however, bagels are typically larger. They come in many different shapes and flavors. There are some brands that offer sweet flavors, salt & vinegar, poppy seed, sesame seed, red onion, blueberry, and plain.

As mentioned earlier, it’s recommended that you avoid certain brands of Bagels.

Garlic Bread

If you’re looking for something spicy then Garlic Bread might appeal to you. It comes in both soft and hard varieties. Soft Garlic Bread tastes similar to French Bread and is perfect for dipping. Hard Garlic Bread is thicker and is ideal for spreading dips over.

French Bread

French Bread is a traditional favorite for dipping. It can either be purchased pre-made or homemade. Like Garlic Bread, it comes in two forms – soft and hard. Soft French Bread is more pliable allowing for better handling.

On the other hand, hard French Bread is thicker and sturdier. Both versions are low in calories, gluten-free, and full of fiber.

Pizza Crusts

Pizza Crusts are thin flat rounds of dough that resemble pizza slices. They’re quite popular for dipping. Pizza Crusts come in many different flavors and textures.

One brand offers classic Italian, basil pesto, BBQ chicken, and pepperoni. Another line includes buffalo chicken, Hawaiian, garden salad, and southwest.

There you go, now you know everything about what you can serve with Artichoke Dip.


Making Your Own Artichoke Dip

Artichoke Dip is an easy-to-make recipe that can be prepared by anyone who loves to cook. It cooks up fast so even busy people can enjoy this delicious dish. If you love dips then you’ll definitely want to try out this one at your next party.

Artichokes are considered a delicacy worldwide. They’re actually not from Asia or Africa as many believe, they were first cultivated in ancient Greece and Rome.

These unique plants grow underground and have edible leaves which taste like spinach. The most common variety used today is the globe artichoke because its large size makes them easier to consume. In fact, consuming whole artichokes is believed to help lower cholesterol levels.

In addition to their health benefits, these little gems are also very versatile. They’re great on salads, eaten raw, added into other dishes such as pasta or served as part of a main meal.

So let’s start making our own dip right now…


  • 1 can artichoke hearts drained
  • 2 tablespoons minced garlic
  • 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 3 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1 package ranch dressing


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray.

Place artichokes upside down on paper towels while draining excess oil. Pat dry. Tear each artichoke into quarters. Rinse well under cold water. Drain again.

Chop artichoke hearts finely. Set aside. Combine remaining ingredients in medium bowl until thoroughly mixed.

Add chopped artichokes and stir gently. Transfer mixture to casserole dish.

Bake 30 minutes or until bubbly. Serve warm with crackers, pita chips, vegetable sticks, etc.

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