If you ask us, a cup of leafy greens a day is what actually keeps the doctor away. High in vitamins A and K, calcium, iron, folate, and a slew of other nutrients, spinach is one of the healthiest foods you can put on your grocery list.
It’s a known cancer-fighter, and it promotes healthy bones, skin, and hair. On top of that, spinach is one of the most versatile veggies and can be added to just about any dish – think smoothies, pastas, soups, dips, stir-fries, quesadillas, and more. Whether consumed cooked or raw, this leafy green is the perfect complement to any meal.
Megan Hanson, of Chattanooga, enjoys making simple, healthy recipes for her growing family. “These bite-sized frittatas are a great ‘grab and go’ food, and you can make the recipe your own by trying different combinations of veggies, cheeses, and herbs,” she says.