Crock Pot Cheesy Spinach

"My family actually will eat spinach this way. It does taste great, and is very easy. It even makes a great meatless lunch or light supper."
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Ready In:
6hrs 8mins




  • Spray your crock pot with Pam, or grease the insides.
  • Mix all the ingredients together well in a bowl and pour into the crock pot.
  • Cover and cook on high setting for one hour.
  • Turn the setting to low and cook for another four to five hours.

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  1. Sadieveggirl
    This recipe didn't have the texture I expected. My cheese stayed in cubes instead of melting nicely. Followed directions exactly. Overall, too many calories that aren't quite compensated for by taste.
  2. Aunt Cookie
    Delicious! This was so easy to put together, and we finished off the whole recipe in one day. This made 6 servings for us, but we were probably taking extra-large helpings. By the way, I used only 2 tb of flour (we're trying to be low-carb), and it came out fine. It's so nice to find a vegetarian crock pot recipe...thanks for posting this!
  3. Chef RZ Fan
    Yumm-oh the gang loved it thanks !
  4. machineangel
    I made the following subs: 2 cups of fat free cottage cheese, 1/2 cup Smart Balance Light buttery spread, 8 ounces lowfat cheddar, 3 egg whites. This turned out amazing, and the above subs cut the calories per serving in half. Really easy to make, and really delicious. I had to drain a lot of liquid from the pot when it was done, probably because I didn't drain the spinach well enough to start, but that didn't take away from it at all. And it's so good for you! I'll definitely make this again.
  5. Glori-B
    All I can say is I hate it when I go back for seconds and there's none left. It's just not right. I made this exactly as written and it was perfect. Everybody loved it! I'm gonna make my own darn batch next time. LOL!!


I have 3 kids (a boy who's 5, another boy who's 8, and a 39 year old husband) who make faces at anything that resembles a vegetable. I'm a stay-at-home-Mom, but work as a substitute teacher sometimes if they need me. We live in Utica, New York.
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