Cheesy Spinach Triangles


Cheesy Spinach Triangles

Creamy, herb-infused cheesy spinach triangles will be a hit at your next gathering! They go fast, so consider a double batch!


Cooking Time10 min


  • 8 ounces package softened cream cheese
  • 5 ounces frozen spinach
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • garlic & onion powder, to taste
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • Parmesan or Romano cheese, to taste
  • Italian seasoning, to taste
  • bacon bits, optional
  • 1 medium egg
  • 3 tubes refrigerated crescent rolls


  1. Preheat oven to 350F.
  2. Mix the cream cheese, spinach, milk, Parmesan/Romano and spices (include bacon bits, if desired) in a small, coverable bowl.
  3. When seasoned to taste, add egg and stir until well mixed. Cover, and refrigerate while working with the dough. 
  4. Open the first package of dough and unroll. There should be 4 rectangles, each sliced down one diagonal. For each of these 4 rectangles, slice from corner to corner, and across from edge to edge. This will result in 8 triangles of dough (or a total of 32 per package of crescent rolls).
  5. Place 1/2 tsp. of the spinach mixture onto each of the small triangles, pull one point of the triangle over the mixture, and tuck under the bottom on the opposite side.
  6. Place triangles onto a non-stick cookie sheet, and bake for 10 min. or until tops are golden.
  7. Remove from oven, and allow to cool 2-3 min.

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This reminds me of samosas. The dough is folded the same way to give a triangular shape but samosas are deep-fried, not baked. I've tasted spinach and cheese pastries before so I know that those two (the spinach and cheese) are great together. Spinach and shredded shrimp might be nice too.

I haven't tried this recipe yet for one reason the quantities of half the ingredients are listed as "to taste"! I think it would be helpful if you supplied at least a starting amount, like 1/2 tsp. or 2 TBSP. Quantities can be adjusted later "to taste", but give us something to go on, please.

herrytennings 0220449 The ingredients you mentioned are listed as "to taste" because everyone's taste preferences are different. A good benchmark would probably be about 1-2 teaspoons per each, however this could vary depending on how salty, garlicy, cheesy, etc. you like your food. Hope this helps! -Editor,

great receipe, very tasty . everyone thourghly enjoyed them. will make them again for a party or to take to a party.


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