Baked Artichoke Hearts Recipe - delicious appetizer idea that couldn't be easier to make! Artichoke hearts dipped in garlicky butter and coated with Parmesan breadcrumbs. Baked to crispy perfection!
I also used the same breading method to make my Garlic Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower and Garlic Parmesan Baked Eggplant. It's absolutely delicious!
BAKED ARTICHOKE HEARTS
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! I found my new favorite appetizer! Artichoke lovers, you can thank me later. First, let's talk about these gold and crispy beauties because they are worth obsessing about! In a huge pile of recipes ripped from old community cookbooks, I found a recipe for garlic Parmesan artichoke hearts and immediately had to make them.
I am a huge fan of garlic Parmesan combo and use it very often. My skillet rolls are so popular, I think in big part because of this flavors combo. You just can never go wrong with it!
How to make Baked Artichoke Hearts?
Preheat oven and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Place artichoke hearts in a bowl and pat dry with paper towel.
Combine melted butter and garlic powder in a bowl. In another small bowl, combine Parmesan cheese and breadcrumbs.
Dip each artichoke quarter in melted butter, then breadcrumbs. Place on prepared baking sheet.
Bake artichokes until golden brown. Turn once halfway through baking.
Let cool to room temperature before serving.
Tips for this recipe:
What I also love about this recipe is that you can whip it up when unexpected guest arrive because it really takes just a few minutes to assemble and then all you need to do is bake them in the oven for 18 minutes. You are also using canned artichoke hearts (not fresh) so there is no prep needed with the vegetable.
These crispy artichoke bites are truly addicting! If you are planning to make them for a party, better make a double batch. They will be gone quickly!
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Baked Artichoke Hearts Recipe
- 15 oz . can quartered artichoke hearts drained
- ¼ cup unsalted butter melted
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- ¼ cup grated Parmesan cheese
- ¼ cup plain breadcrumbs
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.
- Place artichoke hearts in a bowl and pat dry with paper towel.
- In a small bowl, combine melted butter and garlic powder.
- In another small bowl, combine Parmesan cheese and breadcrumbs.
- Dip each artichoke heart quarter in butter first, then breadcrumbs. Place on prepared baking sheet.
- Repeat with all artichokes.
- Bake artichokes for 18 minutes or until golden brown. Turn once half way through baking.
- Let cool to room temperature. Place on serving dish. Serve.
These were SO good!!! I just used a large jar of marinated artichokes from Costco, drained them and patted dry. Everyone raved about them!! We had a group of 8 for dinner and they were perfect for an appetizer.
Yay! I am so glad you enjoyed the dish, Heathyr! Thank you for giving it a try and for the comment!
Connie Muffaletto says
Carol Cuevas says
Quite delicious. Very nice crunch, and obviously, garlic and parmesan pair very nicely with artichoke hearts. I had never heard of a recipe like this one. I love it.
I had to prepare hors d'oeuvre for some company coming with 1 hour's notice. I prepared crudités with creamy pesto dip, BBQ-Beer sauced meatballs, and cheese-meat-olive tray with grilled olive baguette slices and herbed olive oil. Am I trying to sound fancy? Sure, why not?. But I'm all about cocktail parties where pre-made items are frozen ahead of time so 1 hour notice doesn't cause panic for me. Anybody can put out a fancy spread with good preparation.
But the Garlic Parmesan Artichoke Hearts were the star of the show. One of my guests (a fellow foodie) said to me, "I know you have truffle oil, don't you?". She suggested we drizzle it over the artichoke hearts. We did. Just a drizzle. Oh my.
Thank you for the recipe! It made recipe card status. It is fabulous.
What’s the cooking time in an air fryer? This would probably be another perfect recipe for an air fryer. Thanks
Can these be frozen after prepping them put in oven day of event?
Chris Harris says
You didn't answer the person who asked about using egg whites instead of butter. I detest the taste and smell of butter so am also looking for a butter substitute for this recipe. Do you have one? Thanks, Chris
I haven't made it yet but
I was thinking about using olive oil instead of the butter, I haven't tried it yet, but I trade olive oil for butter all the time, I add a light sprinkle of salt.
How long can the baked artichokes remain at room temperature ?
They look delicious thank you for posting.
These look delicious. Should I buy marinated or plain canned artichoke hearts?
Hi Gale! Plain canned are recommended for this recipe. I hope this helps! Enjoy!
My kids love these. We make them with gluten free breadcrumbs.
That's wonderful! Thank you!
These were okay but I found them fairly plain. Also tried them with a splash of lemon juice, which didn't really help. Won't be making them again, but thank you for posting. It's always nice to try different recipes.
Thank you for trying, Lou!
I make these frequently (friends and family request them often), but I make a good lemon and garlic aoli to dip them in. Delicious!
Can I substitute egg whites for the butter? By doing so would it decrease the. calories in this dish? Look forward to trying these artichokes.
If I have jarred artichokes in oil, should I wash them after draining or is it ok to just drain them? In other words, does your recipe call for canned in water or oil?
Pat Ti says
Just today ( 4/18/21) I found a recipe in the LA Times..dump a jar of oil- marinated Artichokes on parchment, bake at 425° till crisp and sizzling. Sprinkle with sea salt, squeeze lemon juice over.
This was easy and delicious! Served it with some ranch. Wished I’d doubled the recipe.
Really delicious! I just served them with marinara sauce for dipping but you could easily go without too because they are decadent little bites!
Amanda R. says
Great way to use up that random can of artichoke hearts! Halved the whole artichoke hearts and followed your directions. Yummy.
Rosa Rivera says
I had never tried artichoke anything .. boy my husband was right they are so good . So I looked for a recipe and found these.baked artichokes... WOW Great Side dish can wait for friends to try these.. the only difference I made to recipe was a little red pepper flakes for a kick. And I made a spicy ranch dip for them.. YUMMY !! THANK FOR THE RECIPE..
Hi Rosa! Yay! I am so glad you tried it and love it! Thank you so much!
I only had a jar of whole artichoke hearts in the house (390g tin 8-10 hearts per can is what my local store regularly carries) so I drained and quarted the big ones and halved the small ones then followed the recipe exactly. Everyone wanted second helpings!
Because of my alteration, I was a bit shy on the crumb coating, so next time when using a can of whole artichoke hearts, I would reccomend just cutting them in half (not as time consuming and the coating per the recipe should be sufficient, else increase breadcrumbs and parm by maybe 1/8 cup each? Garlic butter was more than sufficient).
Thank you for sharing this!! It's a keeper!
Made these last night as a part of our families Valentines dinner. They were a big hit, such a nice twist on a veggie, crispy on the outside, tender on the inside. I even stuffed the inside of the hearts with a tiny bit of Italian cheese shreds so it added a little extra cheesiness (always a good thing, right?). Totally forgot to flip them half way through, but they still baked up perfectly. Served with a roasted garlic and thyme aioli. Delish!
Quick question, when the recipe says , "turn once halfway through baking", do you turn over each artichoke heart, or, rotate the baking tray?
Hi Marie! Flip each artichoke heart over on the tray. I hope this helps!
Just made these and they are yummy. I'm impressed how nicely they turned out. Nice and crispy and the coating doesn't just fall off. I don't have breadcrumbs in the house so I crushed some "olive & oregano" crackers very fine in place of that. Definitely going to make these when I have company over.
Thank you for trying my recipe, Chelsea!
Maureen Wadsworth says
If baking a double batch, 2 baking sheets at the same time, should I increase the baking time or the temperature?
Hi Maureen! Nope, the temperature and baking time stay the same. Hope this helps!
I buy Trader Joe’s frozen artichoke hearts. Any suggestions on whether they can be used and should they be defrosted first. I have roasted them frozen, but wonder if a microwave defrost would be better for this recipe.Sandy
Hi Sandy! Definitely defrost the artichoke hearts. Frozen ones will be difficult to bread and may burn because of the moisture. I hope this helps!
Love your Asian recipes!!!
Thank you so much!
Deb DiMaria says
I made these today and they are so delicious! We will always have a can of quartered artichokes on the shelf.
Deb DiMaria says
Sooooo good!! I made them today for the first time and it won't be the last. Easy to make, they were a big hit.
Veronica Sullivan says
How long in the oven?
Hi. These are delicious but when you say "artichoke hearts' that is not what is. the heart is at the bottom of the artichoke it's round. what you are suggesting here is the canned which indeed says 'artichoke hearts' but reality is it's stems and very little heart. the stems can be tough. To up this recipe I would say strictly 'HEARTS' which is also available canned.
that said i wonder if you meant the heart and stems?
Just curious Thank you.
I believe you are confusing hearts with crowns. The author of the article has it right in describing the hearts. Crowns are the meaty bit with with the leaves removed.
These are good, I followed the recipe and cooked them in my airfrier. They are best served hot.
Hi Shirl! Yay! I am so glad you love them! Thank you for letting me know that it works in the air fryer too!
Jo Ann says
How long do you cook in an air fryer.
Can you prep these in advance or would they get soggy?
The artichoke hearts are the best served freshly baked, still warm. You can prep them a few hours ahead of time and reheat. I would not recommend making them a day before serving.
This is my second time making these and I love them! I eat the entire batch all by myself! I've had fried artichoke hearts in restaurants and didn't like them. Because these are dipped in garlic butter, parmesan and breadcrumbs, there is no need for a dipping sauce.
Hi Stacey! That's wonderful! I am so happy to know you love this recipe. It's always a hit here!
I made this today. I used panko crumbs that are grounded up. It was very easy. Thank you for sharing 😁
Liz Huffman says
Is there something else you can use instead of the breadcrumbs? Almond meal?
Hi Liz! Are you looking for a gluten-free substitute? If so, you can use almond flour or meal or rice flour. If you search my blog for "gluten-free chicken nuggets, I show how to make homemade rice flour in your blender and use as a breading. I hope this helps! Let me know!
There are also gluten free panko breadcrumbs available.
Thank you, Dawn!
Grind up pork rinds. No one will know they aren't breadcrumbs.
I’m making these for a party tomorrow night. Any suggestions for a dipping sauce? Maybe something with lemon?
Hi Bonnie! Thank you for the question! You can mix 1 cup of mayo or Greek yogurt with 1 teaspoon minced garlic, juice from 1/2 lemon (or more for more flavor), 1 teaspoon honey (optional), 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard (also optional) and salt and pepper. It makes for a delicious dipping sauce. I hope this helps! Let me know how it turns out! Have fun at the party and thank you for making my recipe! -Anna
Just made this!!! Followed directions exactly!!! Delicious! I did squeeze some fresh lemon , once cooled, and I liked that too!!!
Hi Patricia! Thank you so much! That's wonderful! I am so happy to know you love this recipe.
Where's the recipe? I'd love to try them!
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OMG! I need these!!!!
Lane & Holly says
We're suckers for those old church "community" cookbooks here in the land of hot dish and Lutheran potlucks! Love from Minnesota!
Cookin Canuck says
I am making these! What a simple and delicious appetizer idea.
Thank you, Dara!
I can see why this is your favorite! Looks perfect.
One of my favorites! I'll need to make this for our next party!
I really don't get enough artichokes! I'm going to need to make these ASAP!
What a combination! I'm a sucker for artichoke hearts, and these just look heavenly with that cheesy crunch.
Love artichokes! Always looking for new ways to use them! I think these would be great on top of a salad too!
These look fabulous and I LOVE artichokes! I eat them all the time!
Me too! Thanks, Averie!