Granny’s Kitchen: Thanksgiving Spinach Casserole

I am pretty  blessed with two kids who will eat just about anything, but this is a great recipe for getting some good leafy greens into your children.  Most kids won’t touch spinach, but this way is so good they might never know.  This side dish really goes with most anything, you don’t have to use it on Turkey Day specifically!

See on the right? That's spinach, disguised as creamy and breadcrumby goodness!

Granny’s Spinach Casserole

What you Need:

3 packages frozen chopped spinach

1 8 oz Philadelphia cream cheese

1 package Lipton Dry Onion Soup mix

1/2 stick melted butter

Pepperidge Farm seasoned stuffing mix (comes in a bag)

How to make it:

Cook spinach according to package directions and drain well.  Add soup and cream cheese and mix completely.  Pour into an 8×8 glass dish that has been sprayed with cooking spray.  Mix together melted butter and about 3/4 cup stuffing mix and sprinkle on top.  Bake at 350 degrees until hot.  YUM!

Thanks to my friend and writer for Experimental Mommy, Jennifer, for sharing her favorite recipes from Granny’s Kitchen!

1 thought on “Granny’s Kitchen: Thanksgiving Spinach Casserole”

  1. Oh wow this sounds wonderful! Wish I saw this before I bought all the stuff I did for my stuffing. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!! Enjoy 🙂

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