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Spinach-&-Brie-Topped Artichoke Hearts

December 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.4 (129 votes)

In this deconstructed version of hot spinach-artichoke dip, we stuff artichoke hearts with lightly seasoned cooked spinach and melt brie on top.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was the most bland thing I have eaten in awhile. I would suggest using jarred marinated artichoke hearts, a stronger cheese, and garlic and black pepper in the spinach mixture. "
Spinach-&-Brie-Topped Artichoke Hearts Recipe

10 Reviews for Spinach-&-Brie-Topped Artichoke Hearts

12/27/2011
Anonymous
No flavor

Appears as if it might be an interesting and healthy appetizer, but has absolutely no flavor....I don't know that additional garlic would help enhance this appetizer

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

Garlic and Original blend

Garlic and Original blend salt free seasoning, and Parmesan added to the spinach did the trick! Delicious little bites!

11/14/2010
Anonymous

This was the most bland thing I have eaten in awhile. I would suggest using jarred marinated artichoke hearts, a stronger cheese, and garlic and black pepper in the spinach mixture.

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11/14/2010
Anonymous

I would suggest using marinated artichoke hearts, a stronger cheese, and adding as much flavor into the spinach mixture as possible. This was the most bland thing I have eaten in awhile.

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02/16/2010
Anonymous

To enhance the flavor, try adding a couple cloves of roasted garlic. To roast garlic, use the entire bulb and cut off ¼ inch of the top of the garlic. Brush olive oil over top of garlic and wrap in foil prepared with cooking spray. Bake for 30 – 35 minutes at 400 degrees.

I used 2 mashed gloves of the roasted garlic mixed with the spinach and it was great!

The roasted garlic adds about 1 calorie and less than ¼ g of fat to each appetizer.

Also, each appetizer is 0.30 Weight Watcher points. Great party snack!

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12/26/2009
Anonymous

Was not a fan; not enough flavor; would not recommend.

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