Jalapeño Artichoke Dip

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This spicy jalapeño artichoke dip is a delicious spin on the party classic. Filled with fresh veggies and creamy cheese, watch it disappear at your next event.

A dish of baked jalapeño artichoke dip shows diced red peppers and green onions. There's a serving spoon taking a scoop. A bowl of crackers sits in the back.

Long before I had the kids, I was lucky enough to work for a guy that encouraged kitchen experiments. His famous dish was a "wild ass artichoke dip" he would bring to every party.

This chunky jalapeño artichoke dip is loaded with veggies including red pepper, green onions, minced jalapeño, artichoke hearts, and lots of ooey-gooey cheese.

It bakes up hot and bubbly with a savory crispy edge and is delicious on crispy crackers or spread over celery sticks and raw peppers for a low-carb alternative.

I fell so in love with the artichoke dip that I started making it for my parents on Christmas eve.

We thought the red and green color palette with the peppers and onions made for such a festive appetizer!

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Why This is the Best Recipe

There are a lot of reasons to LOVE this jalapeño artichoke dip, here are just a few of mine:

  1. It's a make-ahead recipe: You can assemble the jalapeño artichoke dip earlier in the day (or even the day before) and just cover it in plastic wrap. Store it in the fridge until you're ready to bake it and serve.
  2. It's filled with fresh veggies: The fresh peppers and onions completely brighten the dip. The artichokes are canned, but the peppers still give the dip a great texture.
  3. It can be super spicy or totally mild: You can vary the heat of the dish by adjusting how much of the jalapeño pepper ribs and seeds you use. 
  4. It is insanely popular at parties: There is almost never a single bite left when I serve it. Watch it disappear!
  5. You can adjust it to be low-carb as needed: Over the last 16 years, varying family members have dabbled with a low-carb lifestyle. This spicy artichoke dip always worked, we would just serve it with celery sticks for scooping instead of the Triscuit crackers.


The ingredients to make fresh jalapeño artichoke dip are on the counter.

This recipe is so easy to remember because the ingredients list is very simple:

  • Canned Artichoke Hearts
  • Fresh Jalapeño
  • Red Bell Pepper
  • Green Onions
  • Shredded Parmesan Cheese
  • Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
  • Mayo
  • Triscuits or other crackers for dipping

How to Make It

This jalapeño artichoke dip is super chunky because of all the fresh vegetables.

All you have to do is be able to chop up a few veggies and stir and you'll be in charge of this dip!

The minced jalapeño, artichoke hearts, and veggies are added to a bowl with shredded cheese.

Chop the veggies

Red bell pepper: Remove the seeds and ribs and discard them. Finely chop the pepper.

Green onions: Remove the tips from both ends, but keep both the white and green parts of the onions. Chop finely.

Artichoke hearts: I used canned. Just drain them well and then run your knife through them to roughly chop.

Jalapeño pepper: All the spice from the jalapeño is stored in the ribs and seeds. If you want to keep it mild, just use a spoon to scoop them out and discard. If you want it blazing hot, leave them in. Our family cuts it in the middle and uses half the seeds and ribs.

A fresh jalapeno pepper has been sliced in half and the seeds and ribs removed from one side.

Add the Shredded Cheese and Mayo

This is always easy to remember - 1 cup, 1 cup, 1 cup. Just add 1 cup each of shredded parmesan, shredded mozzarella, and mayonnaise. 

NOTE: Be sure to use shredded parmesan, NOT the grated kind. That substitution will not work.

The dip has been prepared and added to a baking dish.

Baking Instructions

Stir everything together until evenly combined.

Pour it into a pie plate or quiche dish if you have one. A quiche pan is slightly shallower and wider than a pie plate which gives you more crunchy golden brown top and edges. You can find one like ours right here.

A pie plate will give you a deeper dip with more creamy filling.

You can't go wrong either way.

Bake for 20 - 25 minutes at 375°F or until everything is bubbling hot and slightly toasted.

The dip has been baked and is golden brown and crispy on the edges.

Serving Suggestions

Serve it with a really hearty cracker like a Triscuit.

Everything else will simply crumble under the chunkiness of this awesome veggie dip.

If you prefer a low-carb appetizer, this hot dip would be delicious spread over a celery stick or raw bell pepper wedges. We've even enjoyed it with baby carrots and eaten it with a fork on the side.

Two hands are scooping up the dip onto a cracker.

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📖 Recipe

A dish of baked jalapeño artichoke dip shows diced red peppers and green onions. There's a serving spoon taking a scoop. A bowl of crackers sits in the back.

Jalapeño Artichoke Dip

5 from 41 votes
This awesome spicy artichoke dip is thick with chopped fresh veggies and makes a perfect party appetizer. You can adjust the spice to be mild or hot, as you wish!
TOTAL TIME 35 minutes
PREP TIME 10 minutes
COOK TIME 25 minutes
YIELD 10 servings


  • 1 red bell pepper chopped
  • 1 bunch (6 - 8 stalks) of green onions chopped
  • 1 (14 oz) can of artichoke hearts chopped
  • 1 jalapeño pepper minced
  • 1 cup shredded parmesan cheese
  • 1 cup shredded mozarella cheese
  • 1 cup mayo
  • 1 box of Triscuit crackers for serving essential


  • Preheat the oven to 375°F.
  • Set out a large mixing bowl. Add all the chopped veggies as you prep them.
  • Finely chop the red pepper. Trim and discard both tips of the green onions and then finely chop both the green and white parts. Drain the can of artichokes and roughly chop them.
  • Trim the stem end off the jalapeño pepper. Slice it in half lengthwise. For extra-spicy artichoke dip, you can keep the ribs and seeds. For a mild artichoke dip, use a spoon to scoop out the ribs and seeds and discard them. (Our family uses the ribs and seeds from one half of the pepper.) Finely mince the jalapeño and add it to the bowl.
  • Add the parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese, and mayo to the bowl. Use a spoon or spatula to evenly combine all the ingredients.
  • Transfer to a pie plate for baking. Our family prefers a more shallow quiche pan because it gives more crunchy surface area but the pie plate will give you a nice deep dip.
  • Bake for 20 - 25 minutes or until the cheese is bubbling hot and the edges are just toasted. Serve with Triscuit crackers, they are essential for holding up to this chunky, thick, amazing artichoke dip.

Recipe Notes

For a low-carb guest, this artichoke dip is delicious spread into celery sticks.
The dip can be assembled ahead of time but bake it just before serving.

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