34 Reviews

These are fantastic and oh, so easy! They are also a wonderful base for experimentation. I have sometimes added some chopped sundried tomatoes which have been packed in oil and then drained. I also don't blend the filling in the food processor, but rather just leave it "chunky". Usually I don't need the heavy cream or milk. Thanks evelyn for another super recipe!

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Diplo-mom April 23, 2009

these were really good even though I messed them up. I ended up saving the filling that was runny, which was my fault. I didn't read it properly and put in the whole egg. I put the puff pastry in little muffin cups and put in the filling and baked them. It ended up turning out fine but I don't care too much for thyme. I'll make them again and this time I promise I'll read the recipe better.

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Chef busy bee April 22, 2009

These were good, had them for our Christmas Eve snack night. I think they could have used a bit more feta or something. I think next time we will try them with Asiago & minced ham. Thanks for posting.

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CabinKat December 25, 2009

These take a little practice to get just right but even the messy ones turn out pretty. I made these for my DBF's son's wedding rehearsal dinner and they were a hit. I'm going to play around with the stuffing next time so this is a great base for experimentation. Thanks much!

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Glimmer October 18, 2009

fantastic!! i thought these were easy to put together. i had all the ingredients on hand, plus i added some fresh parsley to the mixture. i also make fork marks along the edges, which turned out beautifully!! i read the directions wrong and put the thyme in the mixture. luckily, i realized it just in time to put it on top before baking! this was a very impressive and tasty dish!! everyone raved about it! i will make these again for sure! a great appy for greek meals. thanks for another keeper, ev!!

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KPD May 22, 2009

I served these as appetizers for my Greek themed dinner. We really loved these light delicious puffs! It's great that they are freezer friendly as I made up a double batch and froze some to have later. We loved them before our main meal!

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FoodieFanatic February 13, 2009

Once again enticed by a photo - perfect timing as I was needing some new ideas for those holiday appetizers. Loved these Feta Puffs! Happy to know they are freezer friendly which is a real plus. Thank you for another of your recipes - this appetizer a winner at our house!

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Gerry November 30, 2008

I made these with puff pastry as described in the recipe. They are very easy to make with light, airy and delicious results. I will definitely be making them again. Thx for posting.

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Dreamer in Ontario June 08, 2008
Feta Puffs