Here's one of my stand-by appetizers that I take to parties. It's a recipe that my mom frequently made for lunches when I was growing up. I think even picky kids will gobble these up. Shhh! Don't tell; they're nutritious.
You can cut the recipe in half, or after baking, freeze leftovers - if you have leftovers! These are best reheated in a toaster oven and not the soggy microwave.
2 c bread crumbs (I've used Pepperidge Farms stuffing** before)
1 t (or more) sea salt
1 t salt-free seasoning, like Ms. Dash or TJ's 21 Season Salute
ground pepper to taste
Beat eggs, melted butter. Add cheese, onions, garlic, chopped spinach and spices. Stir in bread crumbs then refrigerate at least one hour and up to 5 days. Form into balls and place on cookie sheet (can put back into fridge, at this point, if needed.) Bake at 375* for 10-15 minutes till browning.
**if you use Pepp. Farms stuffing, reduce salt and Ms. Dash.