I’m not sure who came up with the genius combination of spinach, artichokes, and cheese, but geez were they onto something! This is pretty much the most winning combination EVER. If I could pick 2 veggies to throw together at all times, it would be these two bad boys. One night after work, I was rushing trying to figure out exactly what to make for dinner (I clearly didn’t meal plan that week – doh!), and I had some left over baby spinach and naan breads I had whipped up earlier in the week. A light bulb went off, and luckily, I also had a jar of artichoke hearts in my pantry. Bada bing, bada boom- Spinach Artichoke Flatbreads were born.
These Spinach Artichoke Flatbreads are super simple to make, and really really delicious. After I was done, I really wished I had made extra to snack on for dessert, but instead, I just made a mental note to make more next time. So good. They key here is using fresh baby spinach; I really can’t stand frozen spinach for whatever reason…it always has a funny taste to me. I think using the fresh spinach keeps it really flavorful and green (literally)! I also always recommend that you use blocks of cheese, and then grate it yourself. The consistency is much better when it melts, but if you don’t have time, or want the convenience of a bag of pre-shredded cheese, go for it. Either way, I think they will turn out delicious!
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