Healthy Superfood Recipe in Minutes: Wilted Spinach with Onions

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It can be tough to maintain a healthy lifestyle when you're as busy as I am. If you've ever felt a bit awkward trying to find new ways to use spinach, you are not alone. I really limited myself to salads when I first started eating it. But now, I'm getting bolder in my recipe choices, and find that simple dishes with great flavors don't have to take much time at all. In fact, this 10-minute side dish is a family favorite! Check it out:

See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.

One of my favorite healthy sides that my family enjoys year-round is this quick-to-make wilted greens recipe, using fresh spinach!

See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.


To make this recipe, you'll only need a few simple ingredients:

  • 2 cups fresh spinach leaves, whole
  • 1 small white onion, sliced into thin rings
  • 1 clove garlic, roughly chopped
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil or olive oil
  • Kosher salt to taste


Begin by heating your skillet or saute pan on medium high heat. Add the oil, then the garlic.

See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.

 Once the garlic starts to sizzle, toss in the onions.

See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.

See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.

Allow the onions to cook by constantly stirring. Don't let them get too brown!

When the onions have become slightly softened, toss in the spinach. Use a pair of tongs to toss the spinach around in the pan continually. Sprinkle with kosher salt.

See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.

See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.


See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.

The spinach will start to shrink and turn dark (or "wilt"). Before it gets too mushy, take it from the pan and serve immediately.  I like to serve it on the side of a nice chicken breast or pork tenderloin.

See how we're taking care of our health at Sam's Club, and see our Wilted Spinach with Onions recipe.


Sounds pretty simple, doesn't it?

What healthy ways can you think of to use superfoods like spinach?

5 comments:

  1. I love this recipe! I want to add more superfoods into our daily meals, so I'm saving this one for sure! (client)

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    1. I was surprised that so many of our kids will eat this! If you don't overcook it (don't make it mushy), it's pretty mild and flavorful!

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  2. This looks tasty. I've pinned it for future reference.

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  3. looks good....going to have to try !

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