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Casseroles are rather convenient and often very flavorful, but not all of them exactly have a reputation for being extremely healthy. If you are looking for a health-conscious, veggie-heavy casserole with rich flavor and creamy texture, this Healthy Spinach & Artichoke Casserole is an excellent choice! This is also a great way to make your kids eat their greens – with a recipe like this, it’s not going to be a problem!
I like spinach raw, in generous amounts in salad, and boiled artichoke with some salted butter is a nice treat, to me. Not everyone is so keen on these vegetables in their basic or raw form, however, and after a while, they can be boring to eat by themselves. Easy solution: mix them together with some cheese and bake them in a casserole. Yummy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of iFOODreal
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Quick tip: You can make this ahead by freezing the dish assembled and bake from frozen, increasing baking time by about 15 – 20 minutes.