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Baked Apricot Spread

Baked Apricot Spread recipe
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One reviewer called this spread a must-make for the holidays. We agree, but don’t limit yourself to the holidays—it’s delicious year-round!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
16 servings, 2 Tbsp. spread and 5 crackers each
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posted:
3/16/2014
This was excellent. My friends scarfed it right down. I prepared the cheese mixture the night before (added a little Dijon mustard) and refrigerated it. Party day I let it come to room temp, sprinkled with almonds and baked. Perfecto.
posted:
11/25/2011
Rave reviews from my family! Read other reviews and also added a few personal touches--I did add craisins and used peach/mango preserves instead of apricots-also added dijon mustard! Since Thanksgiving turkey used oven space, I baked it the night before (minus almonds;)and refrigerated; reheated in microwave and added toasted almonds last. Can't wait to make it again!!
posted:
12/25/2010
I love this hot and cold :-) my mom had a Mexican style mix of cheeses, which tasted great in the mix. I also used my food chopper to cut the the apricots, that worked wonderfully. I would make this for any party.
posted:
12/25/2010
I substituted the cream cheese with brie, and subbed the cheddar w/ Parmesan cheese. Also i used double the amount of sour cream than recommended. It turned out very well. Everyone at the party was very pleased.
posted:
11/26/2009
This was yummy! I made it as a Thanksgiving appetizer and everyone loved it! I added more apricots and sour cream. I also added a little bit of dijon mustard, which gave it a kick.
posted:
12/24/2008
I love this recipe, it goes well with any occassion.
posted:
8/6/2008
Different with a kick. Everyone enjoyed
posted:
6/8/2008
I made this spread for Girls Night and it was a big hit. I used low-fat cream cheese and low-fat cheddar, along with about a half cup of no-sugar-added apricot spread instead of the chopped dried apricots. I also added about a teaspoon of dijon mustard to jazz it up a bit. My girlfriends loved it!
posted:
11/24/2007
This recipe is fantastic! I made it for Thanksgiving and my family could not stop eating it. I will definitely make it again. (I also made it with the mango chutney).
posted:
1/28/2007
This recipe is very easy to make! I have made it twice with and without the mango chuntey. I definately reccommend using the chuntey, without it the recipe is bland.
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