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1/13/13 10:11 P

aaaand, the best part is that when you have kids, its a great way to sneak in veg! for some reason, the steamed frozen spinach gets camouflaged better than fresh :) they will never know mwah ha ha

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1/13/13 9:49 P

Great! This is good to know because I ALWAYS have frozen spinach. I put it in eggs, mac&cheese, soups, burritos...pretty much everything. And now, smoothies. :)

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1/13/13 9:29 P

This is perfect. I was just wondering the same thing as I made my smoothie tonight---we had fresh spinach that needed to be used, but I normally just have the frozen on hand. Thanks!

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1/13/13 9:14 P

I always do... I steam a bunch of spinach, and then freeze it in ice cube trays for single servings... just pop one in each smoothie... so easy

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1/13/13 8:24 P

I have, just run it under water a little to thaw a bit. I also use frozen blueberries and sometimes I freeze bananas that are going bad to use later in a smoothie, so the frozen spinach is not an issue, as long as not everything goes in frozen hard.

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1/12/13 2:43 P

I have made smoothies before with fruit and fresh baby spinach, but I am all out of greens. Has anyone ever tried it with frozen spinach?

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