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    here it is http://www.bellybelly.com.au/forums/...recipes-12972/


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    ReeRee makes a divine one too........ hint hint share the recipe

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    Easy Spinach Cob

    1 carton sour cream
    1 block Philly cream cheese
    1 pack frozen diced spinach
    1 pack sping vegetable soup mix
    1 cob loaf
    Grated cheese (optional)
    Extra bread rolls for dipping

    Hollow out the cob and put in the oven to warm/crisp along with the filling torn into little dipping pieces (plus tear up the extra dipping rolls)

    Soften the Philly cheese (leave out or microwave) and mix with the sour cream and soup mix. Steam the spinach until hot and squeeze out the excess water. Add spinach to cream mix. Pour into cob and eat

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    Quote Originally Posted by human bean View Post
    ReeRee makes a divine one too........ hint hint share the recipe
    aww shucks!
    Now I'm hungry for cob loaf dip! mmmmmmmmm

    1 x packet frozen spinach (thawed)
    1 x cup mayo
    1 x cup grated cheese
    2 x tubs philadelphia cream cheese
    1 x large onion, diced
    3 x rashers of bacon, diced and cooked
    1 x tsp garlic

    Mix well and pour into cob loaf, then into the oven until heated through and bread has toasted.

    MY TIP: use the tubs of philly instead of the blocks, it gives a smoother consistency. And mix together while spinach is hot from the microwave, it helps to melt and combine it all.

    YUMMO!

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    Thank you so much ladies for the recipes (and for the link to the old thread Trillian I don't know where to start, I want to try so many of them. It's such a comfort food. I do appreciate it all.

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    These all sound soooo delicious!!!

    I just wanted to check though, if I were taking one of these to a family gathering could I just keep the dip in a superset container and heat it up when I arrive in the microwave and then just pop it into the cob loaf?

    I don't think there will be time for it to be in the oven before they devour it

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    Maybe choose one like a spinach dip that doesn't need to be warmed up hun? The one posted needs an hour and a half in the oven!

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    I went to a party and one of these were served up and from memory there was loads of corn - does anyone have a recipe like that??

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