Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Olive Nut Spread

Amy K made the most wonderful sandwich spread for our fellowship meal on Sunday, and I had to have the recipe. And it was so good that I had to make it for lunch today. Easy and delicious with just three ingredients, I think this spread would be perfect on finger sandwiches for a tea party or a shower. 

Olive Nut Spread

12 oz. whipped cream cheese
1 can black olives,  finely diced 
1/2 c. pecans, finely chopped

Mix well and serve on bread of your choice. It's particularly good on toast, and keeps in the fridge for a week. 


Persuaded said...

my mother used to make a similar spread when i was a child. she served it on something called "boston brown bread." i haven't thought of it in years... but now i have a hankering for it! i'll be making some of this spread this week, for sure:D

Susan said...

Sounds yummy!! I'll have to give this a try.

Becky K. said...

That sounds very good!

Terri said...

It sounds delicious!

~~Deby said...

oh this sounds like a keeper..
For Thanksgiving every year, we make stuffed celery---all it is , is cream chees with finely chopped green olives, with pimentos..it is a family favorite..
I love easy, tasty recipes, thanks for sharing, Tracy

Just Harris said...

Thanks for the blogger welcome comment!

Anyways, this spread sounds delicious and healthy too. Imight have to make some for in my fridge at the office!:)

Thanks for posting this!!


Jodi said...

My husband and four of my five children would absolutely devour this! [I'm personally not much of an olive fan ... but I keep trying them. If I keep an open mind, surely some day they'll become irresistible. :o)]

jAne said...

Mmmm. This'd be good on pumpernickle bread I'm thinking. Such an easy recipe. Jotting it down to try...