Tie dye spinach artichoke dip that will take your family or party guests straight back to the 1970s! Your guests will be wild about this recipe for spinach artichoke dip!
Tie Dye Spinach Artichoke Dip
This tie dye spinach artichoke tastes just like the regular recipe you’d make at home, just with a fun twist. The ingredients are all still the same.
I’m all about tie dye, and it was so fun to add this easy spinach and artichoke dip to our list of tie dye party foods! Plus, pair it with our tie-dye smores recipe! It would also work great for a hippie party, retro parties, throwing a 1960’s birthday party, or for a great summer bbq.
Easily find a healthy spinach artichoke dip recipe on Pinterest, or check out this spinach artichoke dip pioneer woman!
Tip: I like trader joe’s spinach artichoke dip too.
Recipe for Spinach Artichoke Dip
This is quite different from your typical dip recipe. I think of a party dip loaded up with cheese and yummy goodness. I didn’t realize it could look this cool, and it sure is delicious.
After you have picked out the recipe, you want to use for your dip. We recommend baking it in a round baking dish.
When placing the mozzarella cheese on top of the dip. Don’t sprinkle the cheese on top; rather, make a swirl with the cheese around the top of the dip. Start small and go around in a circle to give it a psychedelic look. This will make a spiraling pattern on top of the dip.
We do think using a round baking dish is best.
After the cheese is placed on top of the dip, put it in the oven to bake. You may want to broil it at the end for 2-3 minutes to help brown the cheese.
Cool slightly, and then add the food coloring gel with a food-safe brush.
For this particular dish, we used red and blue food coloring gel. We added it to the top of the swirled cheese. Starting from the inside out. It looks like a patriotic tie-dye dish. This recipe for spinach artichoke dip is great for a summer party or the 4th of July!
Want more really cool foods for your next party? Check out these watermelon trees, lego dirt cups, or swamp juice!