While beautiful, this savory tart isn't just for show. Spinach and feta make for a surprisingly filling yet refreshing flavor combo, and slightly caramelized lemon slices add a touch of citrus.
This simple pasta dish makes a great side to chicken or fish. The mushroom-spinach combo packs in nutrients, while chopped garlic and Parmesan amp up the flavor.
This recipe calls for 2 pounds—yes, pounds!—of spinach. But once you saute it, you'll see why. Feel free to add a protein, like chopped turkey or steak, to the colorful, leafy dish.
Those aren't potato wedges lying on the bed of spinach and eggs—they're Granny Smith apple slices. The fruit lends an unexpected sweet flavor (it's even coated in a honey-balsamic mixture) to an otherwise simple recipe.
Need something healthy for on the go? Roll up spinach salad in a tortilla for an easy, nutritious wrap.
You've probably added spinach to smoothies before, but if you haven't, you're missing out on easy-to-get nutrients. Spinach also makes the drink more filling—oh, and did we mention these bags can be made ahead of time and frozen for an entire month?
This spinach-and-quinoa combo complements lemony shrimp perfectly, but you could serve it with chicken or pork instead.
There's no arguing that spinach is the star of this recipe. The colorful puree will dress up the presentation of any dish, plus it takes only four ingredients.
Just because this salad is easy to make doesn't mean it's boring. In fact, with a homemade raspberry vinaigrette and crispy bacon, this salad is anything but.
Fresh spinach and flaky salmon get the same citrusy treatment in this easy skillet recipe.
Your favorite breakfast sandwich meets tuna salad in this 7-ingredient lunch recipe.
Spinach isn't the only veggie in this bright smoothie—it also features asparagus. That's not all, either. The tasty drink contains two green fruits: kiwi and grapes.
Sure, you could switch the spinach for kale or watercress, but do you really want to leave the tried-and-true leafy green behind? Either way, this summery soup is ready to eat in just 25 minutes.
Spinach, pasta, and beans mean you certainly won't be hungry after this salad. A simple oil-and-spices dressing keeps it light.
Spinach turns into comfort food when baked with milk, cheese, and eggs.
Spinach rounds out this 30-minute meal featuring sweet potatoes and chicken. Color often means more nutrients and flavor, and this skillet dinner is no exception!
Keep frozen fish and fresh spinach on hand for nights that you're in a rush. The combo tastes like something you'd order at a nice restaurant, but it's ready in just 25 minutes!
This pizza tastes so much fresher than delivery and is still ready in under an hour! The spinach, mozzarella, and sausage make a dynamite trio.