Thursday, October 13, 2011

cheese & spinach puffs

If you add some baby spinach leaves to the blender while making these delicious and easy cheese puffs, you get green cheese puffs.



They are very tasty indeed, and if you place them beside the most reserved person at your stylish drinks party, he or she will soon be deep in conversation with everyone who happens by about what they could be and whether it is safe to try one.




Indeed, by the end of the evening, he or she will probably be engaged to be married, and all because of you.

25 comments:

  1. I am sending my single friends to your place for dinner.....forget E-Harmony and Plenty-of-Fish.

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  2. Oh my goodness they are so green! They look like Irish Yorkshire puds :o)

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  3. What delightful green love puffs. If you add beetroot to the mixture, I wonder what result that would produce? xx

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  4. And rightly so Mise. Those look very tasty. A lot of times, with puffs, something can easily go wrong and you might end up with a lump of lead. Yours look positively light and luscious. Must be the green. Do pink and blue girls share your affinity for these sumptuous snacks?

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  5. Now I know what to serve at my stylish Hallowe'en drinks party. I'll put them out with Brismod's red ones.

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  6. They look delicious. I shall have to remember them next time I have a sopisticated drinks party - oh wait, I never have sophisticated drinks parties, I shall just have to make them all for myself!!

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  7. I was about to say something silly about theses puffs, Mise, but they look flipping wonderful!

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  8. definitely going to give this one a go Mise.

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  9. I would just tell people they are "Irish" cheese puffs. But you probably can't get away with that.

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  10. This could start a trend, or better yet a scientific experiment. What else could we add to the delicious and easy cheese puffs to alter their colour, and what effects might they then have on the guests at one's stylish drinks party?

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  11. I'm feeling a green-themed party coming on! Your spinach and cheese puffs and some absinthe perhaps? Love your work Mise. A paragon of domestic virtue, as always. Love to you and your lovely ones. Meredy xo

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  12. The GF read your post first and said "She's so witty and her food looks so delicious".

    I immediately muscled my way over to the computer to take a gander.

    As ever, she is correct.

    xo Jane

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  13. I love your sense of humour. I had better not make these for my son, he is allergic to vitamins, he sees the colour green and runs a mile, far too dangerous in his midst. He may panic.

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  14. excellent- you'll have to tell us the tale of the the romance :)

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  15. I suppose there is no chance that the puffs could use their powers for evil instead of for good?

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  16. Hello Mise

    You should be charging for these recipes. O'Keefe's and Fionn MacCool's, Molly Mc Ireland and Irish bars in North American will be franchising these before you can say "shamrock puffs" and we will know this originated at Pretty Far West.
    Helen xx

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  17. I have never tossed in spinach, but they probably taste way better with that little green addition. Well done, Mise! You're quite the domestic diva.

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  18. Irish Icebreaker Puffs...who knew?!
    You're brilliant for addng the greens...these are the type of yummies that I could eat whole bowls of if allowed...and the spinach addition would now make such a feat a very healthy gorge!
    xo J~

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  19. didn’t realize how long its been since a visit...can you forgive me. i’ll eat these and have green teeth while chatting to your guests and hoping that Jeremy Irons walks in but really wanting to see Clive Owens.

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  20. If these work like you reckon, then these are the Barry Whites of the puff world.
    Millie xx

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  21. They look incredibly tasty! Yum yum yum. I am definitely taking myself to the bakery for breakfast tomorrow (sadly too lazy to recreate these)

    :) Hazel
    hazellovesdesign.blogspot.com

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  22. Adding spinach is a good idea. I would add a bit of pistas and peanuts to make it more nutritious. But weight watchers can opt out of the nuts and can use low fat cheese instead.

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