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I made this for a baby shower brunch and thought it was pretty good, but was missing something. I think next time I will try the pepper jack as I think that will probably make this perfect. Very easy, thanks for posting this keeper!

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Midnight Sun Chef April 11, 2009

This is excellent as a side dish for fish or any meat!We loved it!I think this is going to be a front runner recipe in the way to serve spinach. Used 2 tblsps chopped dried onions soaked in cold water for ten minutes instead of fresh onions. I used 2 eggs and 2 cups of cheese, mexican mixed and sharp cheddar.I used a 10 oz frozen chopped spinach, thawed,drained. I used 1/2 tsp lemon pepper and italian seasoning. No nutmeg used.

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Montana Heart Song January 26, 2008

I was looking for recipe similar to this, and when I saw "great at room temperature" and pic, decided this must be "IT" Used half cheddar and half pepperjack for a change, and it was interesting that one would never know if they got the peppery bite or not! ABSOLUTLEY great at room temperature- the flavors come out!

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dawny-doo December 02, 2007

NEVER thought would see recipe like this low fat, TRUE! These came out SENSATIONAL too! Used low fat cheese, had on hand, With RED onion in it, the taste was GRAND!!!

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mickeydownunder August 29, 2007

My whole family loves these. My tweaks: skipped the butter and sprayed the baking pan with Pam. Cut the cheese to two cups (8 oz). Upped the herbs a little, skipped the nutmeg, added some garlic and just a few hot pepper flakes. So, so good. Thanks!

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Chef MB March 11, 2010
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