Mini Florentine Cups

27 01 2011

For a while I was receiving Kraft’s Food and Family Magazine until they decided to charge for it and I saw these absolute amazing looking spinach dip in turkey cups other wise known as Mini Florentine Cups.  Now the picture on the recipe looked amazing as usually and if you are anything like me your recipes don’t always look quite as pretty as the picture.  I gave them a try anyways and let me tell you, they are so simple to make and they look so fancy.  I have brought them to many gatherings and they are always raved about.  They are a great appetizer for a fancy gathering or for sitting around and watching a great game.

 

mini florentine cups

 

Mini Florentine Cups

~ 1 10 oz pkg frozen chopped spinach, cooked, well drained

~ 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese

~ 1/3 cup cream cheese spread

~ 1 Tbsp. grated Parmesan cheese

~ 1 Tbsp. finely chopped onion

~ 1/4 tsp. garlic powder

~ 24 slices shaved turkey breast (Carl Budding works great)

 

Preheat oven to 350o F. Mix all ingredients except turkey until well blended. Flatten turkey slices; place 1 slice in each of 24 miniature muffin pan cups. Fill each with 1 1/2 tsp. of the spinach mixture. Bake 15 min. or until heated through. Serve warm.

 

* To make this more figure friendly use reduced fat mozzarella cheese and light cream cheese.

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Mini Florentine Cups

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9 responses

12 02 2011
What to cook with the produce in your basket. « 4peatssake

[…] use it in any recipe that calls for a box of frozen spinach like in the Lazy Baked Greek Chicken or Mini Florentine Cups.  I am planning on making Chicken Parmesan Bundles with mine and will post that recipe […]

12 02 2011
What to make with your produce from your basket. « 4peatssake

[…] in a pan and use it in place of frozen spinach.  Recipes like the Lazy Baked Greek Chicken and the Mini Florentine Cups.  I am planning on making Chicken Parmesan Bundles with mine and will post that recipe […]

26 03 2011
What was in the baskets this week? « 4peatssake

[…] I am planning on making a spinach mushroom cannelloni and will post the recipe later on in the week.  You might also like to make Chicken Parmesan Bundles, Lazy Baked Greek Chicken, or Mini Florentine Cups. […]

10 09 2011
What was in those baskets on September 10th « 4peatssake

[…] am planning on making Mini Florentine Cups with my spinach from this week but another favorite in our house is Chicken Parmesan Bundles. If […]

22 11 2011
Running Betty » Baby Boot Camp

[…] in the past few days and turned down a lot of high calorie drinks. The best dish I made was this quick turkey/spinach appetizer that the men gobbled […]

7 01 2012
What was in those baskets on January 7th? « 4peatssake

[…] on using my spinach to make Chicken Parmesan Bundles. But the Chicken Florentine Bowtie Pasta and Mini Florentine Cups are also great choices. Just remember that any recipe that calls for frozen spinach can easily be […]

21 04 2012
What was in those baskets on April 21st « 4peatssake

[…] Mini Florentine Cups (making this tonight) […]

12 05 2012
What was in those baskets on May 12th « 4peatssake

[…] Mini Florentine Cups […]

2 02 2013
Super Bowl Recipe Run Down « 4peatssake

[…] Mini Florentine Cups […]

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