Sure you can, some did. You can check on youtube.
If you go with the 3 blade propeller you need a smaller diameter one to get the same thrust. Be sure not to overload your motors.
Generally, 3 bladed props are considered less efficient comparing to 2 bladed ones, but I don't that makes much of a difference when models are in question.
Just a meanwhile ago - tested exactly these props for static thrust. Blown one engine via overload(Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 2822-1275). Static thrust on this engine was 400grams although due to the engine failure i was unable to measure the wattage.. For a multicopter application - a three bladed prop seems more stable in flight. Today/tommorow i will be measuring the same prop on a larger engine - will give an update as soon as possible.