3 Cheese Artichoke Bites

"Mini appetizers filled with Cheddar, Parmesan and mozzarella cheese... scrumptious!!! Artichoke awesome-ness"
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Ready In:
3-4 dozen




  • In a skillet over medium heat, saute onion and garlic in oil until tender; drain and set aside. Combine artichokes, eggs, cheeses, seasonings, and sauces in a large bowl; mix well. Stir in onion mixture and bread crumbs.
  • Fill greased mini muffin cups 2/3 full. Bake at 325 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes, until firm and golden.
  • Serve warm, sprinkled with additional parsley, if desired.

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  1. I made half this recipe for Thanksgiving and didn't make enough, they were gone in a flash!! We had 12 adults so that was only 2/pp and should have made enough for 3-4/pp. I followed the recipe completely except it needed more time in the oven. I made these a day ahead and reheated before serving.
  2. Very good and easy to make recipe. I had to take 2 appetizers for a family dinner. This was one of them. We are all fans of spinach-artichoke dip and anything with cheese so I figured this would be a winner. I cut the quantities in half to get 1-2 dozen and used a cookie scoop to get even portions. I also used my mini muffin tins instead of large ones. The end result was bite-sized cheesy goodness. Next time I may add a little spinach. Will keep you posted.
  3. GREAT recipe! I made these for an Easter party today and they disappeared even though there were several other delicious appetizer offerings. Notes: this makes a huge batch...I got 5 dozen. Halfway through I added another egg, some feta, spinach, a few more breadcrumbs...I think next time I would mix all ingredients but the artichokes, split it in half and have half artichoke, half spinach...maybe throw in some sun-dried tomatoes, bacon, etc. Wonderful base recipe that got the thumbs up from everyone, including 2 working chefs.


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