We had fun making this holiday treat. There are recipes that include an artichoke dip recipe but Costco has a pre-made mix we like to use.
- Store bought pizza dough
- Store bought artichoke dip
- Melted butter
- Lay pizza dough out as a rectangle and cut two lines to create a triangular Christmas tree shape.
- On a greased pan, take the remaining two triangles and press together to make another equal sized tree.
- Spread the artichoke dip on one one layer of dough and cover with the second layer of dough.
- Slice thin, horizontal cuts from just outside the centerline as the branches of the tree, and twist the two layers of each branch together.
- Brush with melted butter (optionally add garlic salt) and bake at 400°F (205°C) for 20 minutes.
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