She Who Fears

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Best-Ever Cheesy-Jalapeño Artichoke Dip


       Okay, so I know that this is more of an appetizer than a side dish, but people, this is the best artichoke dip that you will ever indulge in, and if you eat enough appetizer, who needs a side dish (let alone main course) anyways!! Haha, on a different note, I know what you must be thinking--"Jordyn, you are not a food blogger, what are you thinking?" But dearies, know that I am a foodie at heart and all that I want to give you here is my heart. So cheesy, I know, but really what I'm doing is linking up with Rachel of Oh Simple Thoughts for The Bread & Wine Project! Just listen to hear heart behind it:

"The Bread & Wine Project is a recipe link up with a purpose. It is a link up about much more than food. The hope is that through this linking up we will push each other to use our homes as mission centers. That we will begin to view our homes, and dinner tables as safe places to bring people in and love them like Jesus."

        So there you go, I dare you to make this super easy, super cheesy (and maybe a little spicy) artichoke dip and fill your house with friends while filling their bellies with yummy goodness and their hearts with hope and Truth.

 (And sorry for the lack of photos in advance--I didn't even think to take any until about halfway through prep.....soooo I just decided to take them when I was done!)


+ 2 cans of artichoke hearts

+ 1 jar marinated artichoke hearts

+ 5 tbls mayo

+ 2 cups cheese (whatever kind you like, shredded)

+ 1 small can diced jalapeños

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit

2. Dice up all of the artichoke hearts

3. Mix all ingredients

4. Add to medium oven-safe dish

5. Bake 20 minutes or until cheese looks bubbly and delicious.

Best served warm!

*To make as much as pictured, I doubled the recipe!

Also, go ahead and print this 3x5 recipe card for easy access to some yummy dip!

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Oh, Simple Thoughts.