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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!
25 min
50 min
30 servings or 5 logs, 6 servings each
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Not a fan of working with the phyllo dough. The phyllo dough also made it difficult to re-heat as leftovers in a microwave etc. Otherwise the recipe and the flavors were great! My husband was not a fan though, even though he loves Spinach artichoke dip!
These appetizers tasted great! But I would not make them again because of the very high fat content. I found it hard to believe why they were in the Healthy Eating section of your web site.
This was an absolute hit!
next time I would make this with turnover dough and bake longer with less heat. My family liked it
This was a huge hit in my family a couple years ago and i am totally going to make it over and over.
Very good flavor. Next time I will use cresent rolls instead for the wrapping. A lot easier and still have the good taste!! Will make again!
These were a little hard to make because of the phyllo dough but they were very good.
Loved the recipe. I added more seasonings and used a whipped veggie cream cheese. I took someone else's idea and used the Crisco butter spray instead of melting butter. I made them for a baby shower and they were great! Hard to slice nice but full of flavor. I will make ahead for myself and just pull out what I need. Love the fact that they can be made ahead.
This is probably my favorite recipe from Kraft. I absolutely love these. Great flavor! While they take some time to make, they are worth it. Plus, they can be made ahead and frozen. I'm often asked to bring these to parties. I did find that slicing into larger pieces is easier and less likely to tear up the rolls. A longer cooling time also helps with this.
Lacked lots of flavor. I prefer quicker recipes although using the spray vegetable oil worked faster. I didn't like using all the butter so I only used it on the first and last sheets; also used 4 sheets and it worked fairly well. Scoring them before storing helps keep them from cracking. This is a very hearty appetizer. Although I wasn't impressed with them, my guests really liked them and said I could make them again.
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