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DIY Super Bowl Treats with Best Foods

Post sponsored by Mirum Shopper, but all opinions are my own.

Can I tell you how lucky I am to share my birthday with the Superbowl? My family members are all football fans–so wherever we go to celebrate the game, I get to have all of them surrounding the party and me!

There are only a couple of football teams that matter to us. It’s the Patriots or the Saints. We get together a do a TON of food, set TVs around the house, and participate in a pool. I honestly think I enjoy going to the food (shhh!), and this year I wanted to contribute something a little different than your typical “football” food.

My kids are huge fans of spinach dip, and we usually contribute that, but this year I’m going to do my take on this Creamy Onion Dip recipe that I found.

To help me put my revamped creamy onion dip to the test, I took a trip to Albertsons. I found that I can purchase my favorite Unilever food products AND snag $5 off my purchase when I spend $15 or more on participating Unilever products. Have a look at the DIY super bowl spinach and artichoke onion treat below for your next super bowl party!

I decided to make a spinach and artichoke onion dip! It was pretty easy and super tasty. It was a great way to spice up that regular old onion dip.

What you need: 

  • Lipton Onion dip mix
  • whipping cream
  • Parmesan cheese
  • chopping spinach (found in the frozen section)
  • Bread
  1. Mix onion dip according to the package.
  2. Add Spinach to Onion Dip. Make sure to drain water out of spinach
  3.  Add 3 1/2 cups heavy cream to a pot and reduce and simmer for 15 minutes.
  4. Add canned artichokes, drained
  5. Bring to simmer, add five dashes of tabasco
  6.  add onion and parmesan cheese to the pot

You can eat this treat with bread or chips at the super bowl party! Enjoy!

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