Spinach Artichoke Dip Pasta uses all the same great flavors of the classic dip in a creamy pasta. Serve it up as a main course or side dish.
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I am in LOVE with the spinach artichoke dip that I make! So much so that I am using the same great flavors in as many ways as possible. You can find more spinach artichoke recipe inspiration here! Some of my favorites are the Spinach Artichoke Dip Pizza (which even meat eaters devour!) and Spinach Artichoke Pesto Pasta.
This Spinach Artichoke Dip Pasta is incredibly easy and fast to put together. First cook the pasta as per package directions until al dente. Save some of the pasta water for later. Pasta water is a great way to loosen up a sauce and help everything stick together because of the starches in the water. In the same pot, combine the rest of the ingredients and let them cook over medium heat until all the cheeses are melted. We are using THREE cheeses here: Parmesan, cream cheese, and Monterey Jack. Mozzarella also works in place of Monterey Jack. When the sauce is melted, season to taste with more cheeses, red pepper flakes, salt, etc as desired. Then add the pasta back in and stir to combine. Use the pasta water to thin out the sauce if needed and serve immediately.
While this pasta is vegetarian and a great main course in itself, you can also add some chicken for the meat lovers. Just cut into strips and toss in with the pasta.
I hope you love this cheesy, gooey Spinach Artichoke Dip Pasta as much as I do!