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Hi There!

Thought everyone might like an easy to make, holidayish appetizer recipe! A big THANK YOU to my college roommate Megan’s mom, Mrs. Groh, who handed over this recipe about 5 years ago! x0.

Pre-heat the over to 325 degrees.

Ingredients

1 can of artichoke hearts (rinsed and diced into small pieces)
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese (use the real stuff and reserve about a tablespoon to sprinkle on the top)
1 8 oz package of cream cheese (softened)
1 small can of green (Ortega) chili’s (Can usually find this in the international food section of the market or by the salsa)
Dash of black pepper
1 bag or tortilla chips

Directions

1. In a bowl mix the above ingredients, creaming together until well combined.
2. Spread into a squared or circular Pirex style dish (If you can put it in the oven it will work.)
3. Sprinkle the remaining Parmesan cheese on top.
4. Bake at 325 for roughly 45 minutes to one hour or until brown on the top.

Serve warm and with a bowl of tortilla chips!

Why I love this recipe:

Besides the fact that it is delicious… It is easy to make and a tad different from your run of the mill holiday dips because it requires the extra step of baking! To fancy it up, serve with pretty crackers and bake in a shallow oven dish. Happy Holidays everyone!

 

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