17 Reviews

I really enjoyed this with my lunch today!!! After I added the white sauce to the spinach I put some shredded cheddar on top and let it melt in.. wowzas.. it was sooo good :-) THANK YOU!!

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love4culinary April 08, 2003

i just made this recipe, and it was amazing. my first souffle, and it turned out perfect -- thank you! i think the serving size may be a little low; i ate half the souffle for dinner (but that was all i ate).

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Bonnie bonbon August 11, 2003

Is it just me, or are the instructions very confusing? A little out of order it can handle, but that and some sentences were run-on, so I didn't' really understand what I was supposed to do after certain steps. It turned out watery, but ok.

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monkeyexistent May 26, 2013

I have never attempted a souffle before, but this looked too good to pass up! I definitely could have prepared it better, but even with my amateur cooking skills and poor execution, it was STILL amazing! Next time I will make sure the egg whites aren't still somewhat runny, will make sure to saute the onions before starting the white sauce, and won't forget to add the cheese before adding the egg whites... Fool proof recipe, I LOVE it! Thanks for sharing! :D

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Joseph Johnson September 08, 2011

Excellent. Doubled the recipe and it made two beautiful souffles. Since moving I have lost many of my favorite recipes and 'Spinach Souffle' was one of them. Thanks for posting your version, I couldn't taste the difference. Like most cooks, I made a few modifications based on what I had on hand. Powdered onion and garlic powder lemon pepper for seasoning. Mozarella cheese also went into the white sauce. Delish.

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@thestove April 09, 2011

Wow! We fed 20 people last night for Thanksgiving and decided on this recipe as the new green vegetable/fun recipe for this year. We more than doubled the recipe and, unfortunately, I have no leftovers of this dish this morning. The modifications we made were to add a little nutmeg and Dry Sherry to the White Sauce and we sauteed the onions and then added the White Sauce ingredients to that. Also, we went half and half with grated parmesan cheese and a shredded Colby/Jack mix. Our only "mistake" was that we used more spinach than the recipe calls for, so the souffle didn't rise as high as it otherwise would have and was denser, but frankly I wouldn't change a thing for what we did with it. Our entire meal was spectacular, but by unanimous consent among our guests, this was the star of the feast!

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featfreak November 26, 2010

I don't know why I've never heard of Spinach Souffle since spinach is my favorite veggie. I came across a South Beach Phase 1 recipe that calls for Stouffers Spinach Souffle to stuff in chicken. I decided to make my own souffle and I am so happy! It was really easy and incredibly delicious! And South Beach friendly (not the butter and flour in the white sauce but it's a small amount so it shouldn't be a big problem)

Thanks for this awesome recipe!

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Babybub July 25, 2010

This was delicious and it made me feel like a pro at making souffle. It puffed beautifully and the taste was very good. I used fat free half and half for the cream - it was creamy without the fat. Thank you for posting this.

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Flautatime August 01, 2009

I followed this recipe as it is stated and it was absolutely delicious! Even my children ate it! I will make it again and again. I used a box of frozen spinach and just defrosted it in the microwave. Thank you for the great recipe.

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tamikwilliams April 12, 2009

Whole family adored this dish. I used one box of frozen spinach that I microwaved and drained well, and it worked great. I also skipped the Tbl. of butter to saute the onion, but instead used butter spray. This came together very easily, and my 10 year old sister loved helping me. This was my first souffle, and now I'm inspired to try some different versions. Thanks for the great recipe.

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Heather150113 August 24, 2008
Spinach Souffle