You can adjust the amounts of various cheese to taste. This is one of the only ways my kids will touch spinach! I love this because it is easy enough to make every day, but posh enough for a nice dinner party nibble.
This recipe was a hit at a recent get together with friends. The flavor and texture were fabulous. The first part of the recipe- when you had to add the eggs one by one was a bit labor intensive but worth it. They are definitely best served warm fresh out of the oven. Once cold they lose a little of their appeal. I would recommend this recipe if you are having folks in your home. This really isn't a fix to take with you since these little bites need to be eaten right away while warm. They were a hit and so yummy? - 17 Feb 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Simple and divine right out of the oven. Make sure to beat well after the addition of each egg - until the batter becomes very stiff. - 10 Jan 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
They turned out really well, and they were pretty easy to make. They were a big hit for thanksgiving, but I found them to be really dry. Also, it is important to add the eggs one at a time because toward the last few it becomes really hard to mix it all together. I doubled the recipe and fed about 45 people. They were the best fresh out of the oven! - 27 Nov 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)