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Warm Italiano Spread

Warm Italiano Spread recipe
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Flavorful pesto, fresh plum tomatoes and warm, melty cheese: This super-easy warm cheese spread is exactly what your guests are looking to dig into.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 2 Tbsp. spread and 6 crackers each
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posted:
9/5/2009
They should have just said, "Remove wrapper from Neufchatel cheese and place on 8-inch square sheet of heavy-duty foil..." I plan on making this for a teacher luncheon this year.
posted:
9/5/2009
It does actually say "unwrapped" in the recipe. Unless, of course the correction was made later on. I think I'd like to try this with one of the flavored spreads instead, and omit the pesto. Worth a try.
posted:
9/4/2009
This is wonderful!! Took it to work today and got nothing but rave reviews. I did make a few changes...used sun-dried tomatoes, added 1/4 cup shred cheese on top of cream cheese..put in glass pie pan and heated in microwave 3-4 min on 50% & served with Fire Roasted Tom & Olive Oil triscuits...this will definitely be added to my "go to" recipes :)
posted:
9/4/2009
You say place the Neufchatel cheese on the foil and top with other ingredients, I really don't think this is right.
posted:
9/4/2009
Great idea! A breeze to make and so good tasting!
posted:
9/4/2009
love the idea. 1.disposable 2.throw it on the grill 1st for snacking while the rest of the meal cooks 3. You can substitute toppings to your liking. hot wing, bbq, artichoke/spinach ect..... love it
posted:
9/4/2009
Didn't have access to a grill so I just microwaved it. My family loved this.
posted:
9/3/2009
This is one of the easiest & tastiest appetizers to make! Guests have loved it so much I feel guilty about how easy it is to make! lol
posted:
9/3/2009
You take the wrapper OFF... UNwrapped... WRAPPED would be with the wrapper ON
posted:
9/3/2009
Unwrapped means NOT wrapped. When you UN wrap something.. you take the wrapping OFF.
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