I Love the La Terra Fina Spinach Artichoke Dip from Costco

Costco is selling the Spinach Artichoke & Parmesan Dip from La Terra Fina and it is spectacular.  This dip is hard to resist and doesn’t last long at my house so I have to exercise some self control and only buy it for special occasions.

La Terra Fina Spinach Artichoke Dip from Costco

Overall Review

The Spinach Artichoke Dip from La Terra Fina tastes great and is highly versatile but it does have some drawbacks.

On the Positive Side

  • Tastes Great
  • Nice Chunks of Artichoke
  • Good Value

On the Negative Side

  • Container Size is Overwhelming Leading to Waste
  • High Calorie Food
  • Short Storage Life


The Spinach Artichoke Dip tastes great but I usually can’t finish the massive container.  I am happy to buy the dip for special occasions but this is not a standard item I keep in my refrigerator.

Serving Suggestions

The Spinach Artichoke dip is extremely versatile and can be used in a lot of ways.

For simple snacking you simply can’t beat dipping in with a hearty whole grain crackers.  This combination layers savory and creamy on top of a layer of savory and crunchy and it is amazing.

The dip also makes a great sandwich spread as it is really just a big pile of seasoned cream cheese and mayo.  I checked out the La Terra Fina website and found they have some great recipes that use this dip as a key ingredient.  Some of the tasty recipes include:

  • Loaded Potato Skins
  • Florentine Bread
  • Stuffed Mushrooms
  • Baked Pasta Shells
  • Au Gratin Potatoes

Here is the link to the page where you can find the full list of recipes.

You could also add the dip on top of the La Terra Fina quiche from Costco for a great combination.

The dip will keep in the refrigerator for five days after opening and should not be stored in the freezer.  If serving as a dip then it works great either cold, straight from the fridge, or warm after being heated in the microwave.

Spinach Artichoke Dip on a Multigrain Cracker

Calories and Nutrition

Two tablespoons of this dip are a single serving and have the following calories and nutritional information:

  • Calories: 80
  • Fat: 7g (9% DV)
  • Cholesterol: 15mg (5% DV)
  • Sodium: 170mg (7% DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 2g (1% DV)
  • Protein: 2g

The dip is Certified Gluten Free.  There is only 1 net carb in the dip making it Keto friendly.

The dip contains three types of cheese (Cream Cheese, Parmesan Cheese, Monterey Jack Cheese) along with plenty of spinach and artichokes.

Calories in Costco Spinach Artichoke Dip

Item Number and Location

The dip is Item Number 407600.

You can find this item in the refrigerated grocery coolers near the deli along with the hummus, guacamole and other dips.

This is not a seasonal item and should always been in stock at your warehouse.

Costco Value

I bought the 31 ounce container of Spinach Artichoke Dip for $9.49 at Costco which works out to a cost of $0.306 per ounce.

You can buy a smaller, 10 ounce, container of this dip at Kroger for $4.99 which works out to a cost of $0.499 per ounce.

This means that you will save $0.193 per ounce (38%) when you buy the dip at Costco.

Price of Spinach Artichoke Dip at Costco


gluten free spinach artichoke dip at costco


Good morning and welcome to the site dedicated to helping you find great products at Costco and other stores! My name is David Somerville and these are hands on reviews of products that I have bought and used or am seriously considering purchasing. I do most of my shopping at the Costco in Baton Rouge, Louisiana but will check out any other Costco warehouses I find while travelling. Please get in touch with any questions and let me know of any great products that deserved to be featured in this blog!

One thought on “I Love the La Terra Fina Spinach Artichoke Dip from Costco

  1. Dave,
    I love this Dip & have no problem finishing a tub. Problem is I live in FL, but spending the summer in Spokane WA. Hit town, went to Costco & bought what ai thought was my Dip. NO! It’s made with Greek yogurt, not nearly as good. OMG is this the new standard everywhere?

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