I’m not even going to tell you again how much I love dip. This blog should have been called Foxes Love DIP, because I feel like I am talking about dip, making dip and photographing dip all the time. We all know it’s not a party until somebody breaks out the spinach and artichoke dip. But what if that dip was only the start?
When thinking about a menu for the big game coming up this weekend, three things pop into my brain: dip, pizza, and additional dip. Today, I decided to combine two of those ideas into a simple party flatbread. First, I started with store-bought naan bread, which is almost indistginguishble from pizza crust once you bake it and get some toppings on it. You could also use pita bread, or you know . . . actual pizza crust.
I spread the naan with a generous dollop of La Terra Fina Chunky Spinach Artichoke & Parmesan Dip & Spread. La Terra Fina’s dips blend fresh vegetables with real ingredients, and are made without artificial flavors and preservatives. Many of their dips are made with Greek yogurt, which you guys know I love. These dips are such a fun departure from pizza sauce! I mean, you could practically stop now, and all your party guests would just munch down the dip-covered naan. However, I used it as an opportunity to get creative and clear out some odds and ends in my refrigerator. But in a way that my guests wouldn’t realize they were eating odds and ends, you know?
Here, I used a combination of sun-dried tomatoes, pepperoni, mushrooms, yellow bell pepper, pine nuts and parsley, but the possibilities are practically endless! Have fun with it. You could even set up a create-your-own flatbread station, with a variety of toppings and La Terra Fina dips (the Chunky Artichoke & Jalapeño Dip is one of my personal favs). Another fun party idea for dip lovers is my DIY Phyllo Cup Appetizer Bar.
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