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Spinach Dip Bread Bowl Recipe

Spinach Dip is the classic of all dips in my book. I make it for every family gathering we attend. Being able to serve it in a crusty bread bowl makes it even better yet!

Bread bowl dips are perfect for any occasion. They are easy to make and always taste great. You are sure to have everyone asking for the recipe when you volunteer to bring the dip!

You can easily make this Spinach Dip Recipe in a bowl and enjoy it just as well. Football games are another great gathering that calls for bread bowl dips!

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pin showing finished spinach dip ready to eat.

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If you are looking for an easy appetizer or snack recipe, this is a great choice. Spinach dip is easy to make and it’s even easier to enjoy.

What to serve with spinach dip:

Typically we serve this up with the bread bowl chunks, fresh veggies, crackers, and some pretzels. You can serve up pretty much anything for dipping. Crackers and chips or pretzels work great.

Carrots, celery sticks, cucumber slices, and even pepper strips work great for dipping when it comes to fresh veggies.

Use study crackers like triscuits or wheat thins for dipping. I like to use Ritz crackers as well on occasion. The possibilities are endless!

Featured image showing the finished spinach dip.

What you’ll need to make a bread bowl with spinach dip:

This recipe uses vegetable soup mix, light sour cream, low at greek yogurt, light mayonnaise, garlic powder, frozen chopped spinach, chopped onion, and a round bread loaf.

There’s nothing funny or difficult to find. These ingredients are pretty simple to grab on any grocery order which makes this a very fun recipe to make, no stress!

You can find all the amounts and ingredients on the printable recipe card at the bottom of the post. There’s also nutritional information, shopping links, and more!

Close up look at the finished spinach dip ready to serve.

How to make spinach dip in a bread bowl:

This is a pretty simple recipe to put together. There’s nothing much that makes this recipe tricky. Once you have your bread bowl ready you can get everything else ready and in just a few minutes you’ll have your dip read. This needs to sit for 2 hours – overnight. It’s a great dip that you can make in advance if need be!

Spinach dip in the bowl ready to serve.

Mix all ingredients (not the bread) together and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Overnight is best so all the flavors can blend. 

Hollow out your bread bowl. 

If you want a toasty bread bowl, brush with olive oil and bake at 375 for 10 mins. 

Add dip to round bread bowl or bowl. 

Serve with bread, crackers or fresh vegetables. 

a look at the bread bowl full of spinach dip.

Looking for more delicious dip recipes to try?

Here are some other delicious recipes for dips that you should definitely check out! There’s something for everyone, Weight Watchers dips, desserts, and more! There’s nothing better for appetizers, snacks, party food, and more.

top down look at the finished spinach dip.

Printable Spinach Dip Bread Bowl Recipe:

featured image showing the finished spinach dip on a carrot.

Spinach Dip Bread Bowl Recipe

Yield: 8 Servings

This delicious spinach dip bread bowl recipe is easy to make and fun to eat! Try this delicious appetizer or snack recipe today.


  • 1 package Knorr Vegetable Soup Mix, Dry
  • 8 oz light sour cream
  • 8 oz plain low fat greek yogurt, or you can use all sour cream
  • 1 cup light mayonnaise
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 small box frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained
  • 2 TBSP chopped onion, optional
  • 1 large round bread loaf, optional


  1. Mix all ingredients (not the bread) together and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Overnight is best so all the flavors can blend.
  2. Hollow out your bread bowl.
  3. If you want a toasty bread bowl, brush with olive oil and bake at 375 for 10 mins.
  4. Add dip to round bread bowl or bowl.
  5. Serve with bread, crackers or fresh vegetables.
Nutrition Information
Yield 8 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 174Total Fat 12gSaturated Fat 4gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 7gCholesterol 19mgSodium 423mgCarbohydrates 10gFiber 1gSugar 3gProtein 6g

As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts, WW points and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish. The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.

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  1. EsmeSalon says:

    Love this, awesome, yummy, and especially in the bread bowl.
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  2. Rose Correia says:

    I used to bring this bread bowl dip to a good many functions years ago, especially Christmas, showers, etc. It was great and enjoyed by all and there was never any leftovers. After you hollow out the bread, cut it into cubes and use that for dipping as well as it is delicious. Hope everyone enjoys.

  3. Sandra Johnson says:

    This soup mix is no longer available 😒

  4. patti murphy says:

    wrap the finished product in foil and bake it in the oven until it is bubbly , that is how we do it , so good 🙂

  5. Unlike the rest of these reviews, I actually MADE this recipe. It was delicious and easy although probably the most unhealthy thing on the planet. Whatevs, it was a huge hit at the party I brought it to. Thanks so much for sharing.

  6. Mmm Michele, that looks so yummy!! (aaaand it looks easy enough for me to handle!) Thanks so much for linking it up to the Inspiration Galore Project Party last week. Pinned and shared.

  7. That looks wonderful Michele! Thanks for joining the DI & DI Link Party

  8. Yum – that looks amazing! Pinning it to try for our next party, or just for a fun movie night! 🙂

  9. This looks great, Michele! I love spinach dip and was trying to find some over Christmas. I’ll have to make some!
    Thank you for sharing this week at Brag About It link party on VMG206 (Mondays at Midnight). I plan to feature you next week!

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  10. I love a bread bowl. People are always impressed, but it really is so easy. Smart to mix in the yogurt, I’m trying to do that more often since it adds protein. Granted, this isn’t a health food, but still… I can tell myself positive messages, right? Happy New Year! (visiting from Brag About It)