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Old 09-08-2006, 09:13 AM   #1  
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Question Knorr Spinich Dip?

Have any of you used the recipe on the back of the Knorr Vegetable Dip box to make a LOW FAT spinich dip?

A friend made the whole fat version last weekend and I had a small taste and it was fabulous....was wondering if any of you have made it with low fat/no fat ingredients, and how it turned out.

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I use the Knorr Vegetable Soup packet mix with lower fat sour cream for the spinach dip (served in pumpernickle bread bowl) and it works well.

I don't recommend using the non-fat sour cream as the texture is odd.
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:33 PM   #3  
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Thanks for the input, Mauvaisroux! I don't intend to gorge on the dip, but if I make it for a special family function - dd's birthday is coming up - I'd like to be able to have a couple bites without blowing all my WW points for the day.

Oh, and the pumpernickle bread sounds good, too!
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We have that at Christmas every year. You get 2 loaves of pumpernickle bread and tear out the middle of one to use as the dip bowl. You then put the dip in the bread bowl, place it in the middle of a platter and surround it with torn up pieces of the remaining bread and the other loaf - there is nothing left of it by the end of the party!

The spinach dip is also good with cut up veggies or crackers.
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Ohh thats my favorite. I serve it with garlic bagel chips and people go insane. I've never made a low fat version but then I only make it for parties so its not a staple in my diet lolol
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Whoops! I forgot to mention that I use low-fat sour cream and low-fat mayonnaise.
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Thanks, Mauvaisroux!
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