Skillet Brie and Artichoke Heart Dip


Skillet Brie and Artichoke Dip / Bev Cooks

I know how you like being screamed at first thing in the morning.

Listen! This dip, you guys. This DIP. We have to talk about it. Well, I’ll talk about it to you. I can’t see straight. Let me slow down.

I hosted a little play date this week for some of our fave gremlin buds, so I wanted to have a simple snack on hand for all the other little hands. I know you’re like, “Brie and artichoke hearts? For kids? Bev, are you ill?”

I’m not ill. I’m dippy and giddy and borderline loony. That’s what I am.

Skillet Brie and Artichoke Heart Dip / Bev Cooks

And the kids inhaled it. HA-BOOM.

It’s stupid simple to make – a wheel of brie, a small jar of grilled artichoke hearts, a small thing of Greek yogurt, a single garlic clove, a handful of garden scallions, and a tiny skillet. (and your soul)

This gets lightly stirred together, carefully packed in the skillet, and baked until all glory breaks loose.

Which is only like, ten minutes.

Skillet Brie and Artichoke Heart Dip / Bev Cooks

This is what she’ll look like going in. A little frightening, but you know righteous things are ahead.

Skillet Brie and Artichoke Heart Dip / Bev Cooks

I am not kidding you right now with this ^^^. Nor will I shut any door. Especially your front one.

The TASTE is unreal. The yogurt adds a subtle but pleasing tang. The brie add that fabulous chalky, creamy flavor. The artichoke hearts have that undeniable piquancy that makes you weep like a newborn.

You know who you are.

Skillet Brie and Artichoke Heart Dip / Bev Cooks

We basically freaked out the entire time we ate this. It was one of those, “Let’s cross our fingers and see if this combo works!”- kind of deal. And it worked. HAVE MERCY DID IT WORK.

It’s a straight luxurious dip! And I will say, if you don’t have little hungry faces all, “Maaaaawm, when are we eaaatinggggg” – you can take one moment more and sprinkle a little lemon zest and finely diced scallions on top. This would be a good decision for your life.

In short, this is unbelievable and your face needs it pronto. Summer picnics, play dates, afternoon delight (<–I hear it now), girl’s night snack with rosé, party appetizer, dinner party starter, Memorial Day side dish – just get her done.

Skillet Brie and Artichoke Heart Dip / Bev Cooks

I’m telling you.

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  • 1 (6.7 oz) jar grilled artichoke hearts, drained
  • 1 (6 oz) container Greek yogurt
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 1/4 cup finely diced scallions
  • 1 (8 oz) wheel brie, cut into small chunks (you might not need the entire wheel. I used 3/4th of the wheel and gave the rest of the cheese to hungry kids. but if you can get all of the brie in, great!)
  • 1 tsp (or more!) lemon zest, for garnish *optional


  1. Preheat your oven to 375.
  2. In a bowl, stir together the artichoke hearts, Greek yogurt, minced garlic and scallions.
  3. Layer a few of the brie chunks in the bottom of a 6-inch skillet, then spoon the dip over the brie. Then tuck as much of the remaining brie as you can into the filling.
  4. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, or until the cheese is nearly bubbling over and you've lost feeling in your face.
  5. Serve with your favorite crackers or crusty bread!
  6. Serves 4-ish. (or one?)

Skillet Brie and Artichoke Heart Dip / Bev Cooks

Are you even seeing that melted brie?

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10 Responses to Skillet Brie and Artichoke Heart Dip

  1. Roxana May 26, 2016 at 10:18 am #
    I love skillet dips! I can see why it was gone so quickly!
    • Celia April 16, 2020 at 4:18 pm #
      Has anyone every tried it with a flavored Greek yogurt? I have 4 on hand Black cherry, blueberry, peach, and strawberry....or should I go buy plain?
  2. Mary November 14, 2016 at 2:04 pm #
    Question: Do you remove the rind from the brie or leave it "as is"
    • Bev Weidner November 15, 2016 at 10:00 am #
      Leave it as is! (sorry I'm just now seeing this.) Hope I'm not too late!
  3. Jolene September 25, 2017 at 5:26 pm #
    I don't have access to "grilled" artichokes what would you substitute?
    • Bev Weidner September 28, 2017 at 7:36 am #
      Regular jarred artichokes are perfect!
  4. Sam July 23, 2018 at 1:18 pm #
    I don't know why I was so skeptical of this recipe, it came out amazing and didn't require a lot of effort to make. I could easily make a few of these for a dinner party. Thanks for sharing!


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