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Everyone loves a good spinach artichoke dip–but have you ever tried it with kale?
Probably not. Both kale and spinach are superfoods packed with vitamins and nutrients, but in the green and leafy nutritional boxing ring who comes out the winner? It's actually kale. Kale is packed with more vitamins and nutrients than spinach.
This Kale and Artichoke Dip is a cheesy twist on the spinach and artichoke classic.
You can chop the artichokes finely, but you can chop them pretty coarsely for the dip so that you know what you're biting into.
Instead of mayonnaise and sour cream in this dip, we're substituting Greek yogurt. It has the same creamy texture but with a whole lot less fat and more protein.
But who are we kidding, we're going to sneak a little cheese in there to make sure it has plenty of gooeyness as any artichoke dip should. The kale may look overpowering here but once it starts baking it will reduce down.
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