About 20 years ago a nurse I worked with made these and I have loved them ever since, only thing is I lost the recipe a couple years back and couldnt remember all the ingredients. The only thing I do differently is after I roll them into balls, I wrap a half a slice a bacon around them and bake them with a toothpick in them to hold them together. These are FABULOUS!
These were great - even after I modified them to lower the fat content. I used mainly egg whites instead of whole eggs and reduced the butter to roughly half I think. Also, I used the cranberry Stove Top stuffing and they were yummy and different. I also used Asiago cheese cuz that's what I had. AND I re-freezed the cooked leftovers, which tasted great the 2nd time around too!
I make these with cubed stuffing. They're excellent!
Great little appie. The texture threw me off at first but I stuck with it and they got thicker.The flavour was great- dipped them in sour cream. Friends gobbled them up. Thanks bergy.
These are amazingly delicious! I even fed spinach to some non-spinach lovers who enjoyed them. I used half as much butter, and they still tasted great -- probably could have used even a little less.
I followed the recipe exactly and my family loved it! This will be my go to party dish from now on!
These are great. We just made them for a birthday party tomorrow and of course we had to cook a few to test....we did have to double the cook time...we are already planning our next batch!
Awesome app! Made it for a family party, everyone loved them. Thanks so much for sharing:)
I REALLY like spinach, but these were just alright for me. Maybe I just prefer to lightly saute my spinach and not add much more to it. Keeping it simple, but good. Also, when I consider the amount of butter in this recipe, I wouldn't say it is worth the calories.
OH YUM! These were very very good and so simple to make! I only used 1/2 cup of melted butter (3/4 cup seemed like a lot). I also added 1/2 cup of cooked crumbled bacon and about 4 tsp of jarred minced garlic. I had actually only wanted to put 2 tsp but wasn't paying attention but they didn't turn out too garlicky. I must have made mine too big as I only got about 41 balls instead of 72. For that reason they had to be cooked for about 30 minutes. That made them a bit crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. I agree with others - you could put so many different things in these! The possibilities are endless! Thanks Bergy for a keeper in my recipe binder!! :)