We have made this recipe twice in the last two weeks. The 1st time we used the asiago cheese, the 2nd time we made it we used parmesan and added 3 slices crumbled cooked bacon to the spinach/milk mixture. We also used italian bread crumbs instead of the bread and parsley in the food processor. Baked it at 400 for 10 minutes. Great recipe and presentation!
Individual Spinach-Asiago Gratins
DonnaMcc Posted: 12/19/09
KimS65 Posted: 01/23/11
Really easy and very yummy! I used skim milk and parmesan cheese because I had them on hand and it turned out great!
lhansen Posted: 05/03/11
Could not believe how fast, easy and delicious this recipe was. Made it to the recipe and it was delicious. So delicious that my children and husband ate it up and asked for more. Will be a keeper in my house.
LoriInNC Posted: 08/01/11
These were delicious. I used skim milk, parmesan cheese, and panko instead of the breadcrumbs. Easy to put together, and very impressive looking.
dschid Posted: 11/27/11
Hard to believe this is light. I did the same exact thing as the last post: Fat Free milk, parmesan and panko for the breadcrumbs. Delicious! Easy!
flygirl516 Posted: 08/15/13
SO GOOD. I wish I had made more! I used skim milk, parmesan and asiago mix, and whole wheat panko bread crumbs. I also sprinkled some cheese on top of the bread crumbs before broiling. This will be a new regular side dish in my house.