By gailanng on December 23, 2008
Photo by gailanng
Photo by gailanng
"Easy and tasty...can freeze unbaked casserole for future use."
Serving Size: 1 (284 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I loooove spinach and I have made the same old spinach casserole for years and years! So this was a welcome change from the norm. I did add about 3/4 cup of swiss cheese to this, because we are crazy for cheese! This went well with mashed potatoes, garlic bread and italian meatloaf for dinner! I will make this again and again! With a few changes this would make a lovely spread for slices of toasted French bread as well! Thanks for posting! [Made for Holiday Tag October 2009]"
"Easy and always gets rave reviews!"
"We all loved this rich, creamy dish. I knew it was going to be great when I taste tested it before it went in the oven. I added a bunch of granulated garlic powder and left out the artichokes because we don't care for them. I served this with recipe #377589 and they were great together. I'm glad I finally found a new way to serve spinach- I never know what to do with it. Thanks Gailann for another keeper. Made for PRMR tag."
"So easy to make and so wonderfully delicious. Love spinach and artichoke hearts and loved this recipe. My only addition was several cloves of minced garlic (a regular addition for me!). The nutmeg was a superb in this; if it hadn't been included, I certainly would have added it. If you've not used frozen spinach before, do literally squeeze-dry it! Next time I make this I'm going to increase the amount of cream cheese (and probably use feta instead) and use less butter; and add some pine nuts. Thanks for sharing a super recipe, gailanng. Made for Newest Zaar Tag."
"This is a tasty side dish. I prepared this is 4 separate ramekins, eating 2 right away and freezing the other two for later. I increased the amount of nutmeg because I like more of a nutmeg flavour. This dish freezes well for future use. This would make a nice addition to a Sunday brunch. Made for Spring 2009 PAC."