Park Street Deli Jalapeno Artichoke Dip

I love spinach artichoke dip. Everyone has their own opinions on it, but if I get the opportunity to buy or make it, I will. I also happen to love anything spicy, from chips to simply putting jalapenos on meals like nachos. I discovered that Aldi combined those two things together, creating jalapeno artichoke dip, which is sold alongside their traditional spinach artichoke dip.

Park Street Deli Jalapeno Artichoke Dip

The Park Street Deli Jalapeno Artichoke Dip is a Regular Buy, which means you should be able to find it at Aldi all year. It costs $3.39 for 12 ounces, or about 28.2 cents an ounce.

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Nutrition information and ingredients. (Click to enlarge.)

Each serving is 2 Tbsp, and in each serving there are 80 calories, 7g of total fat, 3g of saturated fat, 75 mg of sodium, 2g of total carbohydrates, 1g of total sugars, no added sugars, and 2g of protein. It’s practically identical to the spinach artichoke dip’s nutrition facts. Whether it’s been opened or not, it should be refrigerated.

If allergens are an issue, this dip contains eggs and milk.

Park Street Deli Jalapeno Artichoke Dip

There aren’t any preparation instructions, but I always find it tastes the best if it’s heated a bit. I put it in a microwave-safe bowl and heated it for 30 seconds.

I ate this dip with tortilla chips, but I’ve seen people use crackers, veggies, or pita bread.

I loved this dip more than I thought I would. It definitely has some kick, but it isn’t overpowering. My only criticism is that there are a couple really large chunks of artichoke in the dip, but other than that, the texture is fine. I only had one small bowl of the dip, but it was hard not to keep coming back for more. I could taste the classic artichoke dip, but the hints of spice made it unique.

The Verdict:

Park Street Deli Jalapeno Artichoke Dip was a success. I decided to get it on a whim, and I’m glad I did. It’s around all year, and it would work as a great appetizer for various holidays. I approve of it, and if you’re someone who eats spinach artichoke dip regularly and likes a bit of spice, you’ll likely agree with me.

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Megan lives in the Midwest and enjoys gymnastics and reading graphic novels. 

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