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March is quickly approaching and that means lots of college game action. While enjoying your favorite team climb to the final four, try this mouthwatering artichoke dip and DIY Onion Ring Stacker featuring Alexia Crispy Onion Rings.
The dip is also great with Alexia Smart Classics Crinkle Cut Fries and Alexia Sweet Potato Fries in Regular or Spicy. You can find Alexia Frozen Fries & Rings in the Frozen Potato section at Walmart.
To make your Onion Ring Stand, head to the craft store and buy a wood plaque and dowel.
Drill a hole the size of the dowel in the center of your wood plaque and secure with wood glue–and that’s it–Onion Ring Stacker.
Artichoke dip for Alexia Onion Rings and Fries
- 14 oz jar of artichoke hearts, drained
- 1 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese
- 8 oz cream cheese softened
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 1/2 teaspoon dry dill weed
- 1/4 teaspoon fresh minced garlic
Puree the artichoke hearts in a blender or food processor. When you’ve got nice, small pieces, add the remaining ingredients and puree until you have a smooth paste.
You’ll really want all those savory flavors to congeal, so remove the paste from the blender or food processor and place in a plastic storage bin in the refrigerator overnight.
Bake The Artichoke Dip
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place your dip in a large casserole dish or pie pan, spreading evenly. I chose individual ramekins so guests are free to eat this with a spoon if they like–it’s that good! Either way, one dish or several, bake the dip for 15 minutes or until it is bubbly and golden brown around the sides.
Bake your Alexia Onion Rings according to the instructions, and string them on your Onion Ring Stacker from largest to smallest. Add some fries around the base, and a pot of dip and you’re ready to enjoy!
Here’s a 14 second overview of the process–ENJOY!
What amazing dip can you create for Alexia Onion Rings and Fries?