Spinach is one of those ingredients we all know is good for us. We buy it at the grocery store when feeling guilty. It lingered on the counter, died.
We’re here to make you never feel that way about spinach again. Check out these super spinach recipes and get cooking.
This one-pan meal is delicious and nutritious. Omit the butter in favour of an extra half-tablespoon of olive oil to keep the recipe vegan and the fats healthier.
These are worth trying based on the colour alone. Vegetables are often neglected in the first meal of the day.
Looking for a veggie burger recipe but not the biggest lentil fan? This is the recipe for you.
This soup is hearty and packed with fibre to keep you feeling full. The best part is that it is ready in 30 minutes or less.
This recipe makes for a super easy and nutritious meal that’s full of flavour. You’ll be impressed by how much spinach you can pack away.
Instead of trying to mimic the taste of regular crust when making a pizza gluten-free, go all out and change things up with this spinach pizza crust. This crust is made out of spinach, edam cheese, egg and seasoning.
This summery spinach salad is fresh and healthy. The vitamin C in the strawberries will aid in absorbing the iron in the spinach.
Impress your guests with this delicious appetizer recipe. Each mushroom cap comes in at under 160 calories.
Before she dives into the smoothie recipe, this author explains how to freeze spinach in ice cube trays for future smoothies. This is a great way to make sure that you use up all your spinach without letting it go bad (we’re all guilty of letting that happen once or twice).
This vegetarian and gluten-free dish is listed as a breakfast casserole, but we think it could make for a tasty dinner as well.