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Skinny or LCHF Spinach Dip



18 portion(s)

You will Need:

  • 200-250 gram Fresh Baby Spinach, you can use frozen too, just defrost and squeeze well to get all the water out.
  • 85 gram fat free greek yoghurt OR Sour Cream
  • 2 green onions, (shallots)
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 red chilli, Optional - deseed to decrease heat
  • 125 gram mozzarella
  • 60 gram parmesan cubed

Recipe's preparation

  1. If using frozen spinach, defrost then squeeze out as much liquid as you can by hand, then press between two paper towels to remove as much moisture as possible.


    Preheat oven to 180degrees, and spray a 15x15cm dish or two large ramekins lightly with oil.


    Chop parmesan for 9 seconds, speed 9, set aside.


    Chop mozzarella for 6 seconds at speed 7, set aside.


    Put garlic, green onions, chilli (if using) into TM bowl.  Chop 3 seconds at speed 7.


    Put all other ingredients, including cheeses, into TM bowl. Mix on speed 3 until combined, using spatula to assist if needed.


    Scrape into prepared bowl(s)  Bake for 25 - 30 minutes until the dip is bubbling and the cheese starts browning around the edges.

    Serve hot.


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This dip can be pre-prepared and stored covered in the fride for a day or so before baking.


Any leftovers can be used on sandwiches or burgers.


Frozen spinach has a milder taste than fresh spinach.

Replace yoghurt with sour cream for an LCHF compliant recipe. 

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  • By using full fat yoghurt or

    Submitted by Ozamanda on 3. November 2016 - 11:01.

    By using full fat yoghurt or sour cream,  this recipe becomes LCHF compliant

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