You'll need a stick blender for this. Swiss chard is similar in flavor to spinach, so this can be adapted using fresh spinach. It makes a great side dish or baked potato topping. You can double the quantities and then use the rest in different ways: 1. Add some veg stock or bouillon to turn it into a tasty soup. 2. Use any leftover creamed chard to make a quick and delicious pasta sauce - just saute some bacon or warm up some smoked salmon, add creamed Swiss chard to heat it, and serve over a flat pasta that holds sauce nicely, like tagliatelli or linguini, and top with shavings of parmesan. 3. Use it as a simple topping/sauce for freshly grilled fish fillets.