Creamed Spinach Casserole

Creamed Spinach Casserole

"THIS RECIPE comes from an old cookbook I received as a wedding gift in 1945. As they grew up, my children loved all vegetables, but they often requested spinach served this way. Through the years, it has remained a family favorite. --Jane Everett Pinehurst, North Carolina"
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30 m servings
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  1. In a saucepan, cook spinach in a small amount of water for 2-3 minutes; drain thoroughly. Add 4 tablespoons butter, salt, pepper, cheese, eggs and milk. Spoon into two greased 8-oz. baking dishes. Melt the remaining butter; add crumbs. Sprinkle over spinach mixture. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until almost set.

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  • Editor's Note: A shallow 1-qt. baking dish can be used instead of two 8-oz. dishes. Bake at 25-30 minutes.

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While I'm not sure I would call this a creamed spinach, it is a very good casserole. I made a double recipe, but cut back on the amount of butter it calls for due to what other reviewers had sai...

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Being that I've been working on the weekends, Rob has been doing the cooking and made this Saturday night. This recipe has good bones but it really needed something else. I found it to be bland...

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While I'm not sure I would call this a creamed spinach, it is a very good casserole. I made a double recipe, but cut back on the amount of butter it calls for due to what other reviewers had sai...

Excellent recipe! Followed the recipe exactly. The only thing I would do differently next time is add a little more bread crumbs and butter over the top, but otherwise, very very very good!

This was very good and easy to make. I microwaved the spinach, which omitted the need to drain, and dirty a pan. I made it for two helpings, which only requires one box of spinach, and cooked it...

Get yourself an inexpensive potato ricer. It's PERFECT for getting all of the excess water out of the thawed spinach. Also works great for shredded zucchini recipes. I used 3 eggs and only two T...

Delicious! I made this as a side dish to serve 8 for Thanksgiving dinner. Even my picky children (ages 7,4, and 2) liked it. Because I made it in a larger quantity, I baked it in a 9x13" py...

I loved it!

Very good. I've made this several times and it always turns out good. You can change out the cheese if you don't have cheddar. I also used panko bread crumbs once and added parmesan cheese and i...

This was delicious and got a "Fantastic!" from my hubby. I used Panko for the topping.

Thanks for the idea! I used a bag of spinach, no butter and about 1/2 the milk & bread crumbs. I wanted to cut out some of the fat. This was yummy and super easy. I microwaved the spinach to...

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