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Very tasty. I do not have muffin cups so I baked it in a loaf pan and just sliced it. We eat it cold on a hot spring day, delish.

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MsPia November 20, 2011

Wow this is a great way to serve spinach! Instead of egg-beaters, I used 1 egg then made up the rest of the 1/2 cup with egg whites. I used fat-free cottage cheese instead of ricotta. These are easy to make and have such a wonderful flavor. I may add a dash of crushed red pepper flakes next time. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof October 01, 2011

These are like little mini spinach souffles! I halved the recipe, and used no fat cottage cheese instead of ricotta. I'm sure it would have been much better with the ricotta, but I'm watching calories! Mine didn't seem to set up at 20 minutes, so I cooked a bit longer (probably because of the no fat cottage cheese substitution). I also used a knife and spoon to remove from the tin, and they came out easily....I was actually very worried about this, since my muffin tin seems to stick! Very light tasting, but at the same time cheesy and rich. I wouldn't hesitate to serve these as an appetizer at a holiday party, they are so festive and green!

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breezermom December 11, 2010

these are really good .i made them with German Potato Pancakes - Kartoffelpuffer and it worked perfectly . i used 2 eggs instead of egg beaters cause thats what i had and frozen spinach thawed in microwave great breatfast

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Dienia B. December 04, 2011

Great appetizer or side dish. Can be used for aperos and for picnic too. We really enjoyed them. They were moist tasty and beutiful. Thanks for posting this recipe.
Done for ZWT7.

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awalde June 25, 2011

These are really good! Be very careful about the salt though, I didn't measure and they were entirely too salty. My own fault though of course, I just didn't take into account the salt they get from the cheese. I also agree with Breezermom that they would make great little appetizers, especially if you used mini muffin tins to make them more bite size. Thanks for posting!

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KLBoyle January 18, 2011

I made this in a slice pan and cut it into squares. It was delicious and incredibly easy to make. I used real eggs and the spinach was out of my vegie garden. We all so enjoyed this and I am sure the leftovers will be great cold tomorrow for lunch.

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katew September 26, 2012
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