• 2 Garlic Rosemary One Step...Done!™ Potatoes
  • 10 oz frozen spinach, thawed and drained
  • 1 tbsp minced garlic
  • 14 oz can artichoke hearts, chopped
  • 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1/4 cup shredded parmesan cheese
  • 3 tbsp Greek yogurt
  • 8 oz block cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1/2-1 tsp red pepper flakes, optional
  • 1/8 tsp salt & pepper
TIP: Add thawed spinach to a fine mesh strainer and press to remove any moisture.


  1. Preheat oven to 425 F.
  2. Add all ingredients, except for potatoes, to a medium sized bowl and mix well with a rubber spatula to combine all ingredients well. Once ingredients are well combined, add bowl to the refrigerator.
  3. Microwave each Garlic Rosemary One Step...Done!™ package separately according to package instructions. Add microwaved potatoes to a greased baking sheet.
  4. While potatoes are still warm, use a potato masher or heavy-bottomed glass or jar to smash each potato until they are approximately 1/4 inch thick. NOTE: Do not smash completely flat or potatoes will become too thin and burn in the oven.
  5. Lightly spray smashed potatoes with cooking spray or olive oil spray and bake for 25 minutes. Carefully remove from the oven and top each potato with spinach artichoke dip (about 1-2 tablespoons depending on the size of the potato).
  6. Add topped potatoes back to the oven to cook for 8-10 more minutes. Spinach artichoke dip topping should be warmed through and lightly brown. Serve immediately.

Calories 413 | Total Fat 25g | Saturated Fat 16g | Monounsaturated Fat 0g | Polyunsaturated Fat 0g | Cholesterol 80mg | Sodium 445mg | Potassium 874mg | Total Carbohydrate 33 | Dietary Fiber 4g | Protein 16g | Vitamin A 353 % | Vitamin C 34 % | Calcium 30 % | Iron 16%


1,040 responses to “Spinach & Artichoke Smashed One Step…Done!™ Potatoes”

  1. Who doesn’t love Spinach & Artichokes together? I do and it is easy to enjoy by using Farm Star.

  2. Who doesn’t like Spinach and Artichoke? I order it in restaurants all the time . . . now I can have it at home.

  3. Who doesn’t like Spinach and Artichoke! I order it all the time in restaurants and now at home1

  4. These look so good! I think I would use my Jalapeño artichoke dip to put on the smashed potato. It’s already made so quicker and easier to assemble.

  5. my body will not digest potato. haven’t had one in over 30 years, the watermelon smoothie sounded cool and refreshing

  6. I made this when family visited and skipped the red pepper flakes since they don’t sit well with my son-in-law and they still came out great!

  7. Sound great! Extra red pepper flakes, please. – And we learn, while doing this type of dish, that ROOM TEMP cream cheese is necessary, not cold…

  8. I never thought to pair spinach and potatoes until now! They sound great together and I am creatively inspired.

  9. Not a fan of a few of the ingredients, especially spinach and cream cheese. I wont try this one.

  10. This looks delicious but I would leave out the red pepper flakes myself. I really have to be in a mood for those.

    • We haven’t tried substituting artichokes in this recipe, but you could try jarred asparagus or hearts of palm!

  11. I am going to try this recipe next time I need an appetizer. Looks so yummy, and the recipe is easy enough

  12. I’m in the process of gathering items and will cook for supper tonight, Thanks for the healthy recipe.

  13. Make lots of extra dip – place bowl of dip in the center of a platter surrounded by the smashed potatoes and lots of crunchie fresh veggies (carrots, celery, etc.)

  14. That looks amazing! I’m gonna have to make it for my family! Thanks for all the inspo, I can’t wait to see if mine turns out.

  15. I will definitely try this at next family get together as healthy alternative. Thank you for giving us so many choices

  16. ok this sounds freakin awesome…but I would definitely just buy some spinach artichoke dip and cut down all those other steps!

  17. To be honest, I’m a simple cook. I would just use the potatoes without fancy recipes. Except the arugula pesto one. That was easy and love those ingredients.

  18. This looks easy enough and sounds delicious. It’s great to have a bit of the work done already with the potatoes coming pre-seasoned.

  19. This is my favorite recipe on the entire website–I would not only make it, but I would eat all of it too!

  20. Don’t care for artichokes and spinach, but I’m sure alot of other people will enjoy this recipe.

  21. This is my favorite of the reciipes shown! This one is a definite for me. I will be making it for dinner this weekend!

  22. This looks amazing. The only problem I have is health related concerns, but definitely a treat! And I’m currently wanting to eat so bad!

  23. This is one of those recipes where it might be better for me to make when company is coming, because otherwise I would eat the whole platter by myself.

  24. Not sure about my family but id love to trt its a way to get alot if nutrients and proteins. Greens. Yes

  25. I’m not a spinach fan and tried the smashed tators and it wasn’t for me but looks like it would be great for a family. meal.

  26. Looks really yummy. I would make it.
    Don’t like hot peppers in any meal.
    Pre made dishes should not have hot peppers.
    Include them on the side for people who want to use them.
    I love artichoke hearts, but only the hearts, no leaves at all.
    I sure hope someone would make only the hearts available, ready to use in recipes.

  27. I don’t believe I’ve ever tried artichoke before. I might need to try these! Looks delicious

  28. I love spinach. I hope I can use fresh spinach instead of frozen one for this recipe. Thanks for sharing.