Ingredients: 24 oz cream cheese ( 3 – 8 oz containers) 15 oz Parmesan cheese ( 3 – 5 oz containers) 8 oz shredded Gruyere Cheese 30 oz spinach (3 containers) 24 oz artichokes 3 tomatoes diced 1 can cream of chicken Your favorite creole seasoning Your choice of protein ( if seafood then Insert into dip raw once everything comes together)
Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees 2. If using chicken, beef or pork. Cook fully then dice 3. Combine all the cheese and cream of chicken first. Once that comes together. Add your artichokes and spinach. If using frozen spinach be sure to remove all water first unless you want a soup dip lol. (you can mix by hand but a @kitchenaidusa mixer will do it justice) 3. I used about 3-4 tablespoons of seasoning but everyone’s flavor profile is different so make this recipe your own and experiment for the flavor you like. 4. Pour into a baking dish. Cook in oven uncovered for about 45 minutes. 5. Serve with tortilla chips or your dipper of choice. (Pita bread is a personal favorite of mine) #brunchaholics#dallas#appetizer#recipe#dip
Brunchaholics would like to announce lunchtime delivery!
Here’s how it works!
If you are interested in lunchtime delivery, you will need to have at least 10 ppl signed up for lunch. If you can get 10 people signed up I will make dropoffs at your location and in addition, YOUR MEAL IS FREE!!!
Delivery Days are currently: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
Wanna order weeks in advance? Just let me know and I can get you on the calendar!
Just e-mail email@example.com
All Meals will range in price weekly and will be e-mailed and posted on Brunchaholics.com weekly.
Delivery Fees Fees are added to the overall order, each individual does not need to pay the delivery fee. (You as an office can split this cost)
Immediate Dallas Area – Free
Richardson/Addison – $5
Irving/Coppell/Lewisville – $10
Mansfield/Arlington/Irving Area – $15
Plano/Frisco/Little Elm – $15
Fort Worth area – $20
We all love brunch and we all play a part in the menus created by the brunch establishment. Now I’m not saying these are unsatisfactory brunch items. I just think they need a little facelift. Let’s add some creativity back to the “meal” that’s taking over the world. Brunchaholics tune in!
Whenever you are on the east side of Plano, you must be sure to stop by Angela’s at the Crosswalk. This laid-back eatery is located in Historic Downtown Plano just off of 15th street when exiting Plano Parkway. This joint is not only known for their comfort food and specialty cocktails, but they sure do know how to attract a crowd with their live music.
Whistle Britches the modern chicken kitchen located in Addison, TX just north of Dallas. Food so good I had to come back multiple times to make sure it wasn’t a fluke. Ironically if I would have gone that one time Whistle Britches would be looking at a 5 out of 5. But unfortunately, Whistle Britches dropped in quality on my later visits. Find out more below.