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Make-Ahead Spinach Phyllo Roll-Ups

Make-Ahead Spinach Phyllo Roll-Ups recipe
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Keep a few of these roll-ups in the freezer and pop one in the oven whenever you need a quick, easy appetizer. Fast and frozen can still be delicious!
time
prep:
25 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
30 servings or 5 logs, 6 servings each
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posted:
1/13/2004
I LOVED THEM, I ALSO SUBSTITUTED FROZEN CHOPPED BROCCOLI FOR THE SPINACH, VERY EASY TO MAKE!!
posted:
1/6/2004
I used 1/2 the feta cheese amount and it was still great!
posted:
12/31/2003
I made this for my family on Thanksgiving and everyone loved it! Its easy to make and kids even like it! I highly recommend it!
posted:
12/31/2003
Very rich and yummy, and easy to make. An addition of water chestnuts might be tasty.
posted:
12/31/2003
Just like another person commented, there was enough cheese mixture to make about 5 roll-ups. Everyone who tried them liked them, however I found cuttting them was a challenge. They were too flaky and kept crumbling now matter what kind of knife I used.
posted:
12/30/2003
I made this recipe for my family over the Christmas holiday. First Christmas eve with my husbands family and then Christmas day with my family. Both days the plate was empty within minutes of cutting it. Everyone I asked about it said they couldn't believe there was spinach in it. I was told by everyone that I now have to make it for every family get-together!!!! I also have to pass the recipe on to my family so they can make it at home. Even my very picky 7 year old nephew couldn't wait to get another piece. Thanks for the great recipe!!!!!
posted:
12/26/2003
I prepared this recipe using cooking spray instead of melted butter. I froze it for approx. a week. I let it set 10 minutes from the freezer before cooking. I cooked it in my toaster oven. I had to cook it longer then 25 minutes. I cooked it for approx. 55 minutes. It was delicious, it was eaten within minutes of being served. Next time though, I will try preparing it with both the spray and the butter. With a combination of both, it would use less fat. This is a keeper, really good.
posted:
12/26/2003
Love this............make ahead & freeze!! Pull out the night before your party, and defrost in the fridge. Big hit!!!! My brother want's me to email him the recipe ( and he won't eat spinach)
posted:
12/24/2003
I've made this recipe twice. (today will be the 3rd!) Everyone loved it including me. The only thing that would make it better were if it could magically be fat free! It was so easy to make and even my Feta Cheese hating husband loved it.
posted:
12/23/2003
This was an absolutely delicious appetizer! My friends and family devoured it, and have asked that I make it again for future parties. Also, it was very convenient to make a few days prior and freeze.
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