Asiago dip is super creamy and is loaded with flavor! There are just a few ingredients and simple, easy to follow steps. It has the perfect flavor combination, and trust me when I say one bite of this delicious dip will not be enough! It will get devoured in no time by anyone who tries it!
I love asiago cheese! It all started in high school when me and my bff would get an asiago cheese bagel every morning at Einstein Bagels. So, from the moment I saw this recipe, I knew I would love this dip. However, I was so surprised how quickly and easily it came together! This dip was a HUGE hit at a family party I went to recently. Everyone asked for the recipe! I couldn’t get enough of the salty and unique flavors, and neither could everyone else!! The dish was definitely empty by the end of the night!
Since I have been trying to be more healthy lately, I made a few changes to make this Asiago dip a little more figure friendly. Mostly because when I eat it I can’t just have a little of it, I keep dipping and dipping, and soon I am scraping the bottom of the bowl! My version is made with lighter ingredients, so it’s a little better when that happens. This will definitely be my go-to dip recipe for any get together from now on, and I bet you will feel the same!
Asiago Dip Ingredients:
Light mayo: The mayo will make the dip smooth and flavorful.
Green onions: Thinly sliced work great.
Grated Asiago Cheese: Nutty and creamy flavor.
Artichoke hearts: Diced will give the perfect mild and slightly nutty flavor with a hint of sweetness.
Sun dried tomatoes: Not oil packed or your dip will be pink! Great for their sweet-tart flavor.
Low fat sour cream: Tangy, tart and creamy, yum!
Parmesan: Choose a high quality cheese so you will get a great tasting dip!
Garlic: Minced will give the strongest flavor.
How to Make Asiago Dip:
Prep: Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Combine Ingredients: Mix all of your ingredients together and put into a pie plate or shallow baking dish.
Add Topping: Sprinkle the top with a little bit of Asiago Cheese.
Bake for 30 minutes or until bubbly.
Serve with bruschetta or crackers. Enjoy!
Asiago Dip Tips and Tricks:
Toppings: Try topping this asiago dip with a little crumbled bacon or a bit of parsley.
Serve with: Pretzels, baguette slices, and crackers all go very well with this dip.
Cold or Hot? Both. Serve either hot or cold. Traditionally it is a warm dip. However, I think it is equally as amazing when served cold.
Ingredient Hints: If you are making it more than a day ahead of time, then wait to add the sun-dried tomatoes until just before baking it, otherwise, your dip may turn pink.
Reheating your dip: Place it in a saucepan over medium heat until the cheese melts again or microwave it.