Tags: dairy-free, vegan, vegetarian.
Wes – January 5, 2017:
I tried this both as a spread and a dip, and both uses were good! As a “spread” I put it on a bagel sandwich with some sliced chicken, and it was a nice flavor addition. As a dip, I tried it with both veggie chips and tortilla chips, and both were tasty.
Lillian Bruno – April 23, 2017:
I tried this both as a dip and as an addition to tuna salad. Big mistake! The recipe must have been changed because it was tasteless and left a terrible oily feel in the mouth. I’m definitely going to return it.
Kari Braziel – July 28, 2019:
I’ve purchased and eaten several jars of this Artichoke Antipasto. I like the taste. But I did not check the label until now. It’s made with the worst oil on earth: canola oil! Look it up. Canola is persona non grata for nutrition. PLEASE Trader Joe’s get rid of this product and replace it with one that won’t harm our health!
Tahsin – November 6, 2019:
I bought the artichoke antipasto on a whim when I saw it on the shelf the other day. I just tried it with some bread and I loved it! I love artichoke and I was happy that the flavor wasn’t too overwhelming. This was the first store bought artichoke dip that I’ve found that doesn’t have dairy. It was a good dip for my bread. I will be buying it again 🙂
Not that bad