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Spinach Dip #studentstyle

Spinach dips have always been one of my favorite snacks. These easy dips are fairly healthy (if used with the right ingredients) and provide a cheap party solution if you’re having friends over.

Every monday my flat mates and I host a painfully awkward Made in Chelsea Party where we provide some beautiful snacks, drinks, and over all (cheap) fun. #studentlife

Here is my take on a spinach dip (ultimately, it’s like a normal dip minus the water chestnuts… because fishing villages don’t sell those!)

Ingredients:

20 ounces of spinach (defrosted and drained) (600 g)

1 cup of cottage cheese (light) (300 g)

1 cup of Mayo (light) (300 g)

2 cups of 0% Greek Yoghurt (600 g)

3 Gloves garlic

2 Onions

1 can of water chest nuts (optional)

Steps:

1. Fry up onions until lightly golden brown. Add garlic when onions are done.

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2. Meanwhile, mix together yoghurt, cottage cheese, and mayo. Add in onion and garlic mixture once cooled.

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3. In  food processor, add spinach, yoghurt, cottage cheese, mayo, onion and garlic mixture. Process for about 15-20 seconds, unti smooth (or until desired texture).

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4. In bowl, add in water chestnuts if dedired.

5. Cut off top of bread and take out inside of bread bowl.

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6. OPTIONAL: Warm up spinach dip.

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6. Poor mixture into bread bowl.

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7. Serve hot or cold.

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I served with some crisps and toasted bread from the inside of the bead bowls!

ENJOY!

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