Good recipe. I made major changes to it though. I used egg-replacer and dairy-free butter. I also lowered the cheese to 1/2 cup, and used smoked aged gouda. I sub the onion with dry chopped onions. I baked some immediately and froze the rest. I baked them later and was happy with the result.
Try a dip in honey mustard (make your own - 1.5:1 mustard:honey) and a hint of mayo
followed this recipe exactly. thought it was just okay - seemed like it was missing something, was a little bland
I didn't care for these, I found them to be quite flavourless and they didn't keep well frozen.
These were good. My daughter said they looked bad but tasted good. Thanks.
Maybe I did something wrong but even though I used extra cheese, I found these to be very bland. I sprinkled celery salt on them after my first taste and they were much better. I'm going to add some onion powder and poultry seasoning to the rest of the mix and try again.
i could not quit eating these!
I very much liked this! I had a lot of fresh spinach, so I steamed it and used it instead of the frozen. Either way would taste equally yummy. The herb stuffing mix I used was Pepperidge Farms, and heavily salted. I'd recommend a mix with a lower sodium count. The salt got in the way of the flavor of the parmesan (also has quite a bit of salt) and spinach. I will make this again! Also, I totally forgot to add the butter, and it was not missed one bit. I'd skip it and save the calories and fat!
These were great! As I was making these, my husband what I was making and I told him spinach balls. He stated there was no way they could be good. Well at dinner, he was eating his words because we both thought these were delicious! I think I made my balls a bit too big but they were still yummy :)
It was very good! I also only used half the butter and instead of onion, I used some seasoning blend. They turned out wonderful; however, I think I will add more cheese next time. *loves cheese*