Recipe by TOBERAH
"Sweet mini pumpkins stuffed with creamed spinach and topped with melted cheese. Sure to impress!"
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1 (9 ounce) package
frozen creamed spinach, thawed
cream cheese, softened
white cheese, such as Monterey Jack
These were great! Be sure to pick pumpkins with nice-looking tops and to cut them off in one neat circle, as they are best presented with them reattached after the insides are filled. Try to buy small pumpkins that are similar in size so that they cook evenly together.
This was very cute, and tasted fine, but was hard to eat and scary.
Absolutely delicious! I had to cook the pumpkins longer and used 2x the cream cheese. Added in a little chicken bullion, but onion soup mix was what it needed :) and I topped them with mozzarella. Yum. My 4 year old and 1 year old DEVOURED an entire 3lb pie pumpkin + filling. Hubby said he knows what his go-to dish for potluck is now. Thank you for a great recipe!
These were a HUGE hit at our Homeschool Parents-Only Christmas party. Simple to make but looks so fancy! It did take 15-20 minutes longer to bake, though... plan accordingly.
YUMMMMY! Not only is the presentation festive and unique...the spinach is SO GOOD! I followed another review's suggestion and added an envelope of onion soup mix - and 2x the cream cheese. Thanks for a really fun, tasty, and functional idea.
I stuffed a confetti squash and put this out as a pre-meal dip with crackers and celery on Thanksgiving. Everyone liked it. An easy dish with a nice presentation.
Great! We used swiss cheese and mozzerella, and both worked well together.
This was interesting. The thing I like most about it is the way it looks. I also like that it makes use of a leftover pumpkin shell, because I was able to bake the seeds and puree the innards for other recipes. The spinach is good but nothing special. This is all about the presentation, which is why I would make this again for my parents or guests.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 258
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