By Sharon123 on May 09, 2005
Photo by * Pamela *
Photo by * Pamela *
"Adapted from a recipe off Recipelink chat room, this is great on bagels, toast, crackers,or even to fill an omelet!"
Serving Size: 1 (261 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I added one clove of minced garlic. Yummy! I made it for our office breakfast and everyone loved it. There was none left for me to take home. Guess I will have to make some for me!"
"Delicious! I skipped the scallion for personal preference, but added some chopped red and green bell pepper. I think it might even be good with a small amount of chopped jalapeno. I'm going to try that next time. Thank you Sharon."
"Wow, this is really good. I use it on english muffins and spread on sandwiches. Yum!"
"A five star recipe! Since someone complained about theirs being watery I added the salt to the celery and carrot and then squeezed them out. It came out perfect."
"sorry no pic.I made tonight for election party, everyone loved it,too bad McCain isn't lookin' so good. Made for bev tag, nov 2008. Maybe next time I'll add some peppers."
"Hello Sharon123, this recipe is great! I love to make this about 24 hrs before serving, so that all the flavors marry! :) Made just as is and added a small amount of dill. That dash of hot pepper sauce just makes the dish! Thank you so much for sharing a wonderful recipe. Diane :)"
"Can't believe I forgot to review this... I've been using this for at least 6 months. We don't use regular cream cheese anymore; we use this, and make it with Neufchatel to try to cut the fat. We also throw in a clove of garlic ... my husband insists that we always have this in the fridge, and I'm happy to oblige! Thanks for posting this."
"ive made before an used red onion instead.............very good will make again an again"
"I followed the recipe exactly. I thought it was a little bland and that it made a better bagel spread than a cracker spread. I agree with the other reviewer who said that no one vegetable dominates the flavor."
"Excellent! Served this at my New Year's eve party and it was a big success. Will be making this again soon...no need to wait for a party ;). Thanks Sharon123."
"This was one of our appetizers for TG, and it was great! Very easy to put together. I added a little minced red bell pepper, and a sprinkle of Penzey's Ozark Seasoning. Definitely a keeper."
"This is great tasting!! Delicious on any savory bagel! I used to work in a bagel shop and this is a similar recipe, but the dash of hot sauce puts this one over the top. Thanks for submitting this!"
"I doubled the veggies for this and served it with bagette slices and rye party breads, it was great in flavor and ease, used the food processor for all the veggies, threw in the cheese and it was done. Definately a keeper."
"I omitted the radish, which may have been why the spread seemed a bit bland. I added dill and extra pepper as suggested by one reviewer as well as a dash of white Worcestershire sauce. "
"This stuff ROCKS!! I love it!! I used reduced-fat cream cheese, and left out the radish/upped the other veggies a bit to make up for it. Instead of hot sauce, I added a dash of dried dill & I doubled the pepper, using fresh cracked pepper. I couldn't wait 24 hours to eat this, so I smeared some on a sliced baguette for a light Sunday lunch with a glass of wine. Y-U-M. "
"I just realized that I did not review this recipe-oops! I made this for a special lunch with my girl's teachers and it was excellent in Veggie Chicken Wraps recipe#107106. Thanks for posting this great recipe! "
"Mmmmm this is soooo much better than the storebought veggie cream cheese!! I mixed it by hand with a spatula rather than using a mixer. I left out the celery (eww) and so used a bit more of all the other veg, and also a bit of the green from the onion to add more color. Thanks for the great recipe Sharon!!"
"This has a perfect blend of "garden" flavors. No one veggie dominates the flavor. I guess the veggies watered down the cream cheese because mine was a little runny, even after being refrigerated. We enjoyed this on everything bagels for lunch today, but I think it would make a fantastic veggie dip. I used my food processor, but I think using a mixer would have been a better idea to keep the veggies from being broken down and to keep the cream cheese more solid. Great flavor, though! Thanks Sharon!"
"Made for Eating Well While Staying Cool/Diabetes Forum 2013 and the Zaar Cookbook Tag game and I sampled before letting it sit the 24hours. Delicious! I am planning to use it in recipe#107106#107106 for a light sandwich/wrap. I used Neufchatel for the cream cheese, added a clove of minced garlic, some red/green pepper, two green onions, about half of a minced jalapeno (it was mild) and the hot sauce and some dill. I did use the rest of the vegetables listed. This will be delicious as a dip for vegetables, on a bagel or the wrap I'm planning to make. Thank you for posting."