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This Baked Biscuit Wreath Dip is easy to make, and it’s the perfect crowd-pleasing appetizer to keep in mind for the holiday season ahead (or even for a night at home!)
Easy Biscuit Wreath Dip
This Baked Biscuit Wreath Dip is made with just six simple ingredients and packed with flavor, the combination of spinach with creamy mozzarella and gouda cheeses take this dip to an addicting level and make it a recipe that will soon become a holiday tradition during your family celebrations!
One of my favorite things to do during the holiday season is making our favorite family recipes together. I am a big believer that cooking should be a family affair, especially during the holiday season. That’s one of the reasons I love this Baked Biscuit Wreath Dip recipe; it’s not only delicious, with its ooey-gooey cheeses, but it’s easy to make so the kids can get involved in the cooking fun.
I grew up cooking in the kitchen with my mom. It didn’t matter what we were cooking; we just enjoyed the time together. I have continued that tradition with my family. Whether we are baking cookies as a family or only two of us are getting dinner on the table, we spend time together in the kitchen creating amazing memories. The heart of this recipe is adapted from a spinach dip I made with my mom every year for Thanksgiving.
My mom’s original recipe was served in a pumpernickel bread bowl. Delicious! But over the years, I’ve tweaked things a bit using different cheese combinations and, to make it more festive, started baking the dip in a wreath made of biscuits. Oh yes! It’s like a cross between a bread bowl and a pull-apart with a mouth-watering gooey center.
Baked Wreath Dip Ingredients:
Baked Biscuit Wreath Dip shows up on the appetizer table every holiday – it’s just that good!
This recipe is so simple to make, and you can use whatever combination of cheese you prefer, but I will say that it’s the quality of the cheese you use that makes all the difference.
I was able to nail the PERFECT cheesy combination using Mozzarella Borden® Cheese Thick Cut Shreds and sliced Borden® Cheese Gouda.
The flaky biscuits hold this amazing cheesy dip together and help to create the perfect holiday appetizer your whole family will love.
Just a few simple ingredients are all you need to make this family favorite.
2 cans of refrigerated biscuits: a 12oz can & a 6oz. can 2 c. Borden® Cheese Mozzarella Thick-Cut Shreds 6 slices Borden® Cheese Gouda, stacked and cut into small pieces1 block cream cheese, room temperature1/2 c. frozen spinach defrosted and chopped1/3 c. mayonnaise2 tsp. garlic powder1 tsp. kosher salt + extra for garnish½ tsp. Italian seasoning
STEP-BY-STEP DIRECTIONS with pictures: BAKED BISCUIT WREATH DIP
Before you begin, be sure to preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Start by separating the biscuits and rolling each into a ball.
Place the rolled biscuits inside an oven-proof skillet or pie plate with the seam side facing down. Arrange biscuits in a circle around the skillet or pie plate.
Brush each biscuit with olive oil, sprinkle lightly with kosher salt and Italian seasoning
Then in a large bowl, add the Mozzarella Borden® Cheese Thick Cut Shreds, sliced Borden® Cheese Gouda, cream cheese, mayonnaise, spinach, salt, and garlic powder and mix.
I prefer to use a hand-held mixer on medium speed to combine the ingredients. The ingredients come together quickly and using the hand-held mixer makes mixing easier when the kiddos are helping.
Spoon dip into the center of the biscuit ring. If you have any extra dip mixture, spread in a small oven-safe baking dish and bake at the same time as the wreath. Check out those delicious Borden® Cheese Thick Cut Shreds in there just ready to melt into creamy goodness.
Bake until biscuits are golden brown, and center is bubbly and warmed through, about 25-30 minutes.
This dip is best served hot or warm along with the tender biscuits.
I like to serve any extra dip with crackers or baguettes alongside the Baked Biscuit Wreath Dip. Trust me, this dip goes quickly, and you’ll be glad you had the extra on hand!
When you are ready to get cooking this holiday season, remember the kitchen is more than just a place to cook your meals, it’s a place where memories are made. Go ahead and get your family involved and create those memories.
This recipe is definitely one of our favorites and it is always a hit for any party! It looks beautiful and tastes great! Enjoy!
RECIPE for BAKED BISCUIT WREATH DIP
Baked Biscuit Wreath Dip is an easy to make, crowd-pleasing appetizer perfect for the holiday season ahead.
1 – 12oz can refrigerated biscuits1 – 6oz. can refrigerated biscuits2 c. Borden Thick-Cut Shredded mozzarella cheese1/2 cup frozen spinach defrosted and chopped6 slices Borden Gouda cheese stacked and cut into small pieces1 block cream cheese room temperature1/3 c. mayonnaise2 tsp. garlic powder1 tsp. kosher salt + extra for garnish½ tsp. Italian seasoning
DIRECTIONS for BAKED BISCUIT WREATH DIP
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.Separate each biscuit, roll into a ball and place inside an oven-proof skillet or pie plate with the seam-side facing down.Arrange biscuits in a circle around the skillet.Brush each biscuit with olive oil, sprinkle lightly with kosher salt and Italian seasoning.In a large bowl, combine mozzarella, gouda, cream cheese, spinach, mayonnaise, garlic powder and remaining 1 tsp. kosher salt.Using a hand-held mixer on medium, mix until all ingredients are combined.Spoon dip into the center of biscuit ring.NOTE: If you have extra dip mixture, spread in a small oven-safe baking dish and bake at the same time as the wreath.Bake until bubbly and warmed through, about 25-30 minutes. Serve hot.
*Serve the extra dip with toasted baguettes or crackers!
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