12 Reviews

So I did basically the same recipe just with a few changes. Regular biscuits, flattened. Sprinkled mozzarella cheese. Sauteed minced garlic until golden brown, then added in the fresh chopped spinach. Cooked the spinach down, set to the side to cool a little bit. Add spinach to cheese on flattened biscuits, sprinkle with more cheese if you want. Fold over and pinch sides together to get a half circle or any shape really, but pinch opposing dough sides together. Then follow the rest of the recipe the same. I used olive oil instead of egg whites. And baked it to the biscuit directions on the can.

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Megan B. July 20, 2014

thought this needed something

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Laureen in B.C. November 05, 2012

I used one box of frozen chopped spinach and subbed feta for the parmesian. We all thought they were really flavorless. I probably should have tried it as written first, so maybe I'll give it another try as written.

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Kelly-Mom2Girls December 26, 2010

A hit at the recent party I attended... and so easy! I used frozen, as recommended, (cooked, drained, and squeezed) spinach. Just make sure that you close the rectangles very well before adding the spinach/cheese. I also didn't use the egg white... YUM!

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MelissaO' December 06, 2009

I made the recipe as written, but I really think it could use some adjustments. I like the basic flavor, though. I think next time I'll use the frozen chopped spinach and mozzarella instead of the parmesan. I wish I'd seen the review that mentioned using cream cheese. That would probably be good. I also could only fit about half of the spinach in there.

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Luv2Cook/Hate2Clean:) December 25, 2008

This was an easy and delcicious recipe. However, I used parmesean on half the rolls and feta on half and we enjoyed the feta better. It just had more flavor to it. Thank you for a great recipe!

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chefsgk July 31, 2007

Good and easy recipe. I used a food processer to chop the spinach and it worked perfectly. I didn't even bother with the egg white- it's really not necessary. Lovely little appetizers. :)

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Chef KP June 21, 2007

These were a big hit. I did not use 3 full cups of spinach...honestly I'm not sure how anyone could squeeze that much in. Nonetheless, excellent appetizer and will make this one again. Guests asked for the recipe. Also, I could not get the egg white on them...when trying to brush it on the cheese and spinach were sticking to the brush and coming out of rolls. So omitted this step and these were still good. Thanks for posting a wonderful recipe.

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Vicki in CT June 17, 2007

I added cream cheese in mine and they were lovely. (Can be made into a really good dinner meal if you use larger sized rolls or Tenderflake pastry, add some minced garlic and cooked diced chicken).

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Katie Lady June 16, 2007

Easy to make, yet VERY impressive. None remaining whenever I've taken them to a party or gathering. Highly recommend. I used Asiago cheese and they were scrumptious!!

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Way2Groovy June 01, 2007
Miniature Spinach Parmesan Puffs