Baked Spinach and Artichoke Dip

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If you can find the time, making your own home-cooked recipes is always your best bet for some very valid reasons. This Baked Spinach and Artichoke Dip recipe is the perfect example of how much healthier, not to mention more delicious, a dish can be if you make it at home rather than buying a pre-packaged one at the store. The nutritional content of spinach is substantial, especially if you are using fresh organic ingredients. High in niacin, calcium, and zinc, spinach is also very high in vitamin C, E, B6, and A; it’s also very high in manganese, calcium, dietary fiber, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, riboflavin, potassium, and thiamin. When you cook your own meals at home, you know your ingredients and how they are used. Your food does not go through extensive processing, which can lessen its nutritional value and even make it more difficult to digest. Just as our grandmothers knew, the healthiest recipes are ones cooked at home with love, just like this one for Baked Spinach and Artichoke dip.*

Nutrition Facts for: Baked Spinach and Artichoke Dip From Grandmother's Kitchen
Ingredients: Sour cream, mayonnaise, spinach, canned artichoke hearts, lemon juice, parsley, Asiago cheese, garlic clove.
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* Per Serving:Calories 320, Calories from Fat 228, Total Fat 25.3g 39%, Saturated Fat 9.5g 48%, Cholesterol 40mg 13%, Sodium 542mg 23%, Potassium 366mg 10%, Carbohydrates 18.5g 6%, Dietary Fiber 3.8g 15%, Sugars 3.3g, Protein 7.6g, Vitamin A 30% · Vitamin C 21%,Calcium 19%, Iron 7%

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