- 5 ounces fresh spinach (organic, 4 cups packed)
- 2 teaspoons olive oil (depending on your pan)
- 1 1/2 cups mozzarella (I used a mozzarella blend from Costco; use regular or part-skim Mozzarella, your choice)
- 1/3 cup sliced green onions (thinly)
- 8 eggs (beaten)
- 1 teaspoon Spike Seasoning (or use any all purpose seasoning mix that’s good with eggs)
- fresh ground black pepper
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Elizabeth B. 3 months ago
Loved it and super easy!!!
Paul Irvin a year ago
This dish was a hit! My guests kept going back for more and more. Definitely will make it again.
Rosamari M-E a year ago
It was pretty good. I had to use a different seasoning very clise to Spike, also the baking time depends on many factors, the 35 minutes should have been about 30 in my case. I will make it again to perfection next time.
bonessasan .. a year ago
We didn't have any Spike Seasoning (we probably won't get any because there are some ingredients that would harm or health in it) and we used smoked gruyere instead of mozzarella, so it wasn't exactly the results the original recipe would get, but it was still pretty good. We also added pancetta, which was really tasty. We'll probably make this for Easter breakfast this year.
Brenda Quijano a year ago
Easy and delicious. I make it a day before and refrigerate for a quick and nutritious breakfast. I add mushrooms to the spinach and sometimes I switch from mozzarella to cheddar. Made it a little less healthy by adding a little breakfast sausage or bacon. I love this!
Terri J. 2 years ago
Made 1/2 batch. Was good
Sara G. 2 years ago
Excellent recipe. i would recommend to all my friends. I did it at home for a bruch and invited some friends and everybody asked for the recipe. They said it was delicious
Alex H. 3 years ago
Decent. Wish it would have been more substantial - maybe more eggs would help. Mine seemed quite flat and on closer inspection so does the photo. I added a few cherry tomatoes that needed eating which worked well.
Tamie Cerney 3 years ago
Made it for the weekend so that my family was able to heat and eat when they got up and getting ready for work. Freezes really well a great for a snack or meal at night when you do not feel like making anything.
Dani A. 4 years ago
I made this recipe on a weekend as one of my ahead meals for the week. Although, it's classified as a breakfast recipe I had this for dinner, so easy to cut in slices I heated it in the microwave, topped with onion chutney it was delicious. The next time I had the reminder with a green salad, and it was still delicious. I will definitely be making it again and again. It also freezes really well, great for days when I don't feel like cooking after a hard day at work.