Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Spinach Bread

Spinach Bread

Mix together:
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon sugar

In a separate bowl:
Beat 3 eggs
Add 1 cup milk, and beat.

Add egg mix to flour mix.
Add fresh or frozen spinach and grated cheese.
Amounts of spinach and cheese are up to you.
Mix together well, and place in greased 9 x 13 pan.

Bake in preheated 350ยบ oven for about 35 minutes.

As you may know by now, I don't care for cheese, but this is a big hit with Tom!


  1. yum.
    That really looks good. It's almost dinner and I would love to eat THAT
    tonight. I'll have to make it soon.

  2. I am making this ! It looks so ggod. I have never heard of Spinach Bread before...

    Thanks for sharing it.....

    And I LOVE the first picture on your blog of the tree.....

    More later,

  3. I think not liking cheese is illegal!! LOL...this looks delicious!!

  4. Sounds yummy but yet again it shows up the paucity of our British shops. We don't have frozen spinach in any of the supermarkets near us and our greengrocer doesn't stock it fresh. There are times when I wish I lived in London where there seems to be a much wider variety of foodstuffs on offer.
    P.S. As always I love your header photo.

  5. Hmmmm.... this sounds really delicious! I'm just going to have to try it. Thank you for sharing!

  6. That looks and sounds delicious. Is it like a focaccia?

  7. Bonnie, between our son and Tom, it is all gone! It is really quick and easy to make.

    Kary, thank you - I took the picture out of our bedroom window.

    Staci, ha ha!! that's what my family (and really most of the world) thinks, too!

    Scriptor S. - I wonder why that is. Not enough call for it, perhaps? What about those 'veg boxes' I read about on blogs? Are they just in the summer? Thank you about the header. This is our old maple tree right outside the house. It was damaged in a storm 11 years ago, but is still going strong.

    Kay, I love meals like this which are nutritious, delicious, and easy and quick.

    Webster, it isn't really. It is really more like a cornbread or any quick bread in a 9 x 13 pan. I'll bet it could be made into a focaccia with a few changes.

  8. Nan, what a yummy looking recipe! I think I'll have to try it. Thanks for sharing!

  9. spinach is a favorite in our house so this is one recipe that will be a huge hit. Is that tree yours? If it were mine there would be a huge tree house in it! It is perfect!

  10. Hi there...just a long time since I wrote a comment...apologies - time appears even more intangible!
    Spinach bread looks very tempting...loads of perpetual stuff in the garden so I'll give it a whirl.
    I hope you're all well and ready for another winter, though the last appears to have hardly past.

  11. I came back to get the recipe. AND then there is your view. I assume from your front door or back door.
    Oh my. You are blessed.

  12. Hope you like it, Sherri!

    Linda, the tree is right in front of our house. I took the picture from our bedroom window upstairs.

    Locks Park Farm, so nice to hear from you. I've not had time to visit all the blogs I love, including yours. Hope to remedy that soon.

    Bonnie, thanks. Yes, it is out the front door. And we do so love this old maple.

  13. Colleen, if you like those two things, you will love the bread!

  14. Louise, if you make this, I hope you like it!

  15. This with a salad or a bowl of soup would be perfection - must try. Adore spinach and like cheese far too much.


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