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March 22, 2017

Pork Apple Wilted Spinach Quinoa Bowls

Pork Apple Wilted Spinach Quinoa Bowls
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Pork Apple Wilted Spinach Quinoa Bowls Disclosure: This Pork Apple Wilted Spinach Quinoa Bowls post has been sponsored by Smithfield Marinated Fresh Pork . All opinions are my own. This one skillet Pork Apple Wilted Spinach Quinoa Bowls recipe is done in less than 30 minutes, is so easy to make for dinner with Smithfield Marinated Fresh…

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October 30, 2016

30 Minute Creamy Chicken Spinach Alfredo #MarieFreshTake #MarieFreshTakeSweeps

30 Minute Creamy Chicken Spinach Alfredo #MarieFreshTake #MarieFreshTakeSweeps
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30 Minute Creamy Chicken Spinach Alfredo Disclosure:  This 30 Minute Creamy Chicken Spinach Alfredo recipe post has been sponsored by Mirum but all opinions are my own. Need a quick and delicious dinner option? How about 30 Minute Creamy Chicken Spinach Alfredo? You can make and serve this Creamy Chicken Spinach Alfredo recipe in no…

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December 25, 2015

Crock Pot Spinach Ravioli Soup Recipe #CrockPotFriday

Crock Pot Spinach Ravioli Soup Recipe #CrockPotFriday
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Crock Pot Spinach Ravioli Soup Recipe Awhile back I shared this Spinach Ravioli with Garden Vegetable Sauce recipe. I had a bunch of the frozen spinach ravioli leftover from that recipe and thought it would make a fine Crock Pot Spinach Ravioli Soup recipe. I was right. It made a delicious ravioli soup recipe.   Merry…

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September 6, 2015

Spinach Ravioli with Garden Vegetable Sauce

Spinach Ravioli with Garden Vegetable Sauce
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Spinach Ravioli with Garden Vegetable Sauce This Spinach Ravioli with Garden Vegetable Sauce recipe is a perfect back to school meal solution for those nights when time is short and you need to feed your family fast. Make a big batch of the Garden Vegetable Pasta sauce and serve it over (cooked) frozen spinach ravioli…

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August 24, 2015

Gluten Free Spinach Chicken Alfredo Pizza #GFreePizzaNight

Gluten Free Spinach Chicken Alfredo Pizza #GFreePizzaNight

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Spinach & Bacon Mini Quiches

these mini quiches are perfect for breakfast too! grain free and gluten free. can be made ahead of time too!

These Spinach and Bacon Mini Quiches are a great way to help our kids get more leafy greens in their diet. I too have green averse kids. So when I find a way to make a green food appetizing, I share it with you.

Perhaps you are thinking that a few quiches are not going to provide all the “green” nutrition a child needs in their diet. Sure, a single serving of these quiches might not be an entire day’s requirement, but they are a great start.

With an all-or-nothing mentality, one will not go far when it comes to making “yucky” foods edible. Food, like other things in life, is a choice. All we can do as parents is find ways to make things that are nutritious more appealing to our kids.

I had the opportunity to shoot a video for this recipe with my 3 year old. He called the finely shredded spinach “confetti” and the word stuck with us. When his siblings came back, he explained to them that he had made confetti eggs with bacon and cheese.

I’d like to eat him for breakfast he is so cute. He glows every time he is around food. He really surprised me and showed me that he could stand still in front of the camera and was able to follow the (easy) steps for this recipe. To see him in action, click on the video below.

Since leafy and crunchy greens are some of the most difficult foods to get our kids to eat, I often try to find alternative uses in some of our favorite recipes. I’ve shared my green smoothie recipe that doesn’t taste green, a blueberry muffin smoothie made with spinach, my broccoli nuggets recipe, and I’m currently developing a few others that will blow your kids’ palate away.

Why do I try so hard? Because I believe our children deserve it. We live in a world where food marketing campaigns have larger budgets than our children’s education and competing with foods presented in bright packaging can be a challenge.

These quiches are made in a single bowl and kids can help with the process (just watch the video). Something else I love is that they can be customized with different veggies. If you need them to be vegetarian, omit the bacon. Need to make them dairy free? Skip the cheese. I’ve even made a zesty version and they are delish!

You probably saw it in the video but I’ll tell you again. Leftovers make a great lunch! All you have to do is heat them up and send them inside a thermos or at room temperature in any lunch container. The lunch container shown with multiple compartments is a Yumbox. You can use momables15 for 15% off your purchase. 

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Spinach & Bacon Mini Quiches
Author: Laura Fuentes
Serves: 24 mini quiches
Ingredients
  • 6 eggs
  • 3 tablespoons milk
  • ¾ cup finely chopped spinach
  • 1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 4 strips bacon, cooked and chopped
  • Dash of pepper
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350F (180C) and grease a 24 mini muffin pan.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk eggs and milk. Add in chopped spinach, shredded cheddar, chopped bacon, and pepper. Give it a quick mix to combine all ingredients.
  3. Distribute egg mixture evenly into muffin pan cups.
  4. Bake in the preheated oven for 15-18 minutes.
  5. Once cooked, allow mini quiches to cool in the pan before carefully removing with a small knife or spatula.

 

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