These spinach and artichoke bites are crispy, savory and filling – and the serving style means they are perfectly pretty for serving at parties, too!

This delicious spinach artichoke phyllo cup appetizer recipe is the easiest way to enjoy the flavors of spinach artichoke dip in an individual serving.

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I love bringing you all my favorite dip recipes. You’ve got to try my forever popular veggie dip, along with my creamy jalapeno dip and this delicious pan fried onion dip.

My incredible spinach artichoke dip is a perennial party favorite, and with good reason. It’s creamy, savory and FULL of flavor that your guests will clamor over!

Sometimes, though, you might want something that is a little cuter to serve for parties. It’s fun to get all the flavors of your favorite dips in a more individual serving size. Something people can grab and go instead of standing over the bowl for grazing, right? 

That’s where all my favorite easy hors d’oeuvres recipes come in, like these little spinach and artichoke bites! They are made in pre-made phyllo cup shells, so they are incredibly easy.

A plate of spinach dip cups on a white plate.

Spinach and Artichoke Bites

This recipe is all the traditional flavor you love in spinach dip, but with the ease of serving in small bites. Your guests are going to love it!

Why You’ll Love It

  • So Simple – They’re so easy to make with just a few ingredients!
  • Handheld – Everything you love about dip, but in a format that can be passed around if you want.
  • Wholesome – These little spinach artichoke bites are surprisingly low in fat, carbs and calories too.

Are you ready? Let’s get down to business and create these delicious little spinach dip bites! 

A plate of spinach dip cups with bacon, feta cheese, and phyllo cups.

Ingredients and Substitutions

See printable recipe card for complete ingredients and instructions.

  • Creamed Spinach – Choose the specific sauced variety we mention in the printable recipe card.
  • Marinated Artichokes – Just one small jar, chopped.
  • Phyllo Cups – Found in your grocer’s freezer section.
  • Sun-dried Tomatoes – Oil-packed, drained and chopped
  • Goat Cheese – Small crumbles.
A plate of spinach dip bites, a phyllo cup appetizer filled with spinach and cheese.

Variations

  • Try a different cheese! These would be equally delicious with feta cheese, Parmesan, mozzarella or even a pepper jack.
  • Spice them up quite literally! Use a dash of hot sauce or a few touches of jalapenos for a spicy touch your guests will love.
  • Add a little lemon juice for a bright, vibrant flavor addition.
A tray of phyllo cup appetizers filled with spinach dip bites.

How to Make

  1. Prep – Preheat your oven as directed. Spread your phyllo cups out onto a cookie sheet.
  2. Heat Spinach – Make the spinach as directed on the box.
  3. Prep Ingredients – Chop your artichokes by cutting the ends and split into smaller sections. Chop your sun-dried tomatoes as well.
  4. Fill – In each phyllo cup, add filling as directed, topping each cup with a sprinkle of crumbled goat cheese. 
  5. Bake – As directed. Each oven is different, so watch to make sure they don’t become too brown on the edges.
  6. Enjoy – Serve them warm!
A tray of spinach dip cups, a phyllo cup appetizer filled with delicious spinach dip bites, served on a baking sheet.

Tips

  • Normally I am not one to be specific about brands, but the Green Giant sauced creamed spinach truly is the best option for these phyllo cup appetizers. Don’t skip this! It creates the saucy, spinach artichoke flavor that we love in the traditional dip.
  • These miniature little cups don’t need much filling. Don’t overfill your first ingredient only to not have room for the next!
  • Be careful not to over-bake. The phyllo cups don’t need very long in the oven, just enough to get a little toasty brown touch.
A white plate with small spinach dip cups.

How to Store

  • Room Temperature – This appetizer can safely stay out while serving for up to two hours.
  • Refrigerate – You can store these little spinach and artichoke bites in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2-3 days. Before warming, allow to set out 20-30 minutes to prevent dish from breaking between refrigerator and oven.
  • Freezer – You can freeze this appetizer before or after baking. Keep in mind that the texture of the filling will change and they might not be quite as crispy, but they will still be delicious!
A tray of spinach dip bites on a baking sheet.

More Appetizers

A plate of spinach dip bites on a white plate.
5 from 5 votes

Spinach and Artichoke Bites

Spinach and artichoke bites are all the flavors of your favorite dip in cute single servings. These phyllo cup appetizers make the best savory little delights, perfect for parties!
Prep: 10 minutes
Cook: 6 minutes
Servings: 12
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Ingredients  

  • 1 package phyllo dough cups can also be called shells on the packaging
  • 10 ounces frozen creamed spinach Green Giant brand, sauced
  • 6 ounces marinated artichokes drained, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons sun-dried tomatoes drained, chopped
  • ¼ cup goat cheese crumbled

Instructions 

  • Preheat your oven to 350℉.
  • Spread your phyllo cups out onto a cookie sheet.
  • Make the spinach as directed on the box.
  • Chop your artichokes – simply cut the ends and split into smaller sections.
  • Chop your sun-dried tomatoes as well.
  • In each phyllo cup, place 1/2 teaspoon of artichokes, 1/2 teaspoon of spinach and a few small pieces of tomatoes.
  • Top each cup with a sprinkle of crumbled goat cheese. 
  • Bake for approximately six minutes. Each oven is different, so watch to make sure they don't become too brown on the edges.
  • Serve warm!

Tips

VARIATIONS:
  • Try a different cheese! These would be equally delicious with feta cheese, Parmesan, mozzarella or even a pepper jack.
  • Spice them up quite literally! Use a dash of hot sauce or a few touches of jalapenos for a spicy touch your guests will love.
  • Add a little lemon juice for a bright, vibrant flavor addition.
TIPS:
  • Normally I am not one to be specific about brands, but the Green Giant sauced creamed spinach truly is the best option for these phyllo cup appetizers. Don’t skip this! It creates the saucy, spinach artichoke flavor that we love in the traditional dip.
  • These miniature little cups don’t need much filling. Don’t overfill your first ingredient only to not have room for the next! 
  • Be careful not to over-bake. The phyllo cups don’t need very long in the oven, just enough to get a little toasty brown touch. 
Calories: 53kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 3g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 2mg | Sodium: 100mg | Potassium: 110mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 2968IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 41mg | Iron: 1mg

Estimated nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed.

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4 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    Absolutely a smash hit. The creamed spinach was no where be found by any brand, so I had to buy frozen spinach and go through the process of creaming it. Took extra time.

    Also, the Phyloo Cups no longer come raw so there is no need to prebake them, just warm the appetizers prior to serving. You might want to update that.