If you like spinach artichoke dip, you’re going to love this creamy beef artichoke bake! That’s a promise!
Creamy Beef Artichoke Bake
I’ve made many casseroles in my life, but I’m pretty sure this recipe will stay on our menu for years to come!
I wanted to make a casserole dish without using cauliflower, radishes or jicama. It’s not that I don’t like those veggies. I would try most anything at least once…and I love those particular vegetables!
My husband isn’t real fond of cooked cauliflower. He loves teasing that we trim healthy mama’s say that cauliflower is the new potato! HA! I have to say that he really does love my THM way of cooking and supports me BIG TIME!! 🙂
So I came up with an artichoke casserole of sorts. I have a family cookbook that was given to me almost 20 years ago, so I started perusing through it. Spotting an artichoke dip, my thoughts started coming together for some sort of casserole. I wasn’t entirely sure how it would taste with beef in casserole form, but it worked and boy, is it ever tasty!!
Casserole Or Dip?
I call this creamy beef artichoke bake recipe a casserole, but my husband enjoys it as a dip! (then again, he eats the THM Cheeseburger Pie as a dip too, so…whatever makes you happy!)
Whatever you call it, I think you’re going to enjoy it as much as we do! The artichokes give it some texture, and the flavors remind me of a spinach artichoke dip you would find in a fancy restaurant.
How Much Do You Know About Artichokes
You’ve heard the saying “you are what you eat”? Well, it’s so true when it comes to eating artichokes. Let me explain!
Artichokes are full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that make up the layers of your skin. So, by eating clean, healthy foods (like the artichoke), we can maintain healthy skin and appearance.
Fiber To The Rescue
Fiber plays an important role as well. Artichokes have a lot of fiber, which is great for our digestive system. It helps our bodies detox waste and toxins. Fiber also helps clean out bacteria in your intestines and could possibly help prevent colon cancer.
More On The Artichoke
Dr Josh Axe’s name comes up frequently on my blog. That’s because he is a great source for so many health-related issues. To learn more about the benefits of eating artichokes, just click here >>> artichoke benefits
What Can I Eat With Creamy Beef Artichoke Bake?
Load up on the veggies and salads along side this yummy dish. My family loves green beans as a side for almost any meal, but you could do broccoli, cauliflower, my Simple Sauteed Zucchini, or other non-starchy vegetables!
Choosing to eat this as a dip, you can find many low carb chips and crackers to choose from on Pinterest. I saw this one from Wholesome Yum that looks like it would be yummy. You could also use cheese whisps, pork rinds and veggies.
Try A New Vegetable
If artichokes are new to you and your family, I challenge you to try them in my recipe. Sometimes trying new foods make me nervous too, but like I said before, I will try almost anything at least once.
If you follow the Trim Healthy Mama plan, you may have seen the initals “nsi”. This stands for No Special Ingredients. That’s exactly what this recipe is, and it works great for those that do not use special ingredients like baking blend and the THM sweeteners. I hope you love it!
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