Introduction: How to Cook a Cob Loaf Spinach Dip

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This is a party food favourite; some would say it’s old fashion but we all have to admit to digging into one when it’s served at a party.

Step 1: To Start Off We Need to Make the Dip Filling.

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In a large bowl add 2 cups of cream cheese.

Mix with a spoon to help soften the cream cheese.

Next season with:

  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 Tbsp Onion powder
  • 1 Tbsp garlic powder
  • 1 Tbsp sweet paprika
  • 1/2 Tbsp of celery seeds

Mix together combining the spices and cream cheese.

Step 2: Next Add 1 and Half Cups of Sour Cream

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Mix through

Step 3: Squeeze Any Remaining Liquid From 2 Cups of Defrosted Spinach Before Adding to the Bowl.

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Give the mixture one final mix making sure everything is combined.

Set the dip to one side.

Step 4: Take a Cob Loaf and Cut the Top Off

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Next cut about the edge, then a checker pattern.

This helps you to pull of the inside of the loaf in bite-size pieces.

Place the bread on a tray to be toasted.

Step 5: Fill the Cob Loaf With the Spinach Dip

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Make sure to fill if every last bit of the mixture.

To help the bread crisp up, spray with some olive oil.

Step 6: Have Your Oven or BBQ at a Temp of 360f or 180c

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Cover with the lid and let it warm through the 20 minutes.

Step 7: There You Have It! a Cob Loaf Spinach Dip

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This will be a sure-fire hit at your next party.

A retro classic that will always be a favourite.

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