Spinach Balls (Great for Football & Entertaining!)

Who loves spinach? Get ready for these delectable spinach balls recipe which can be made gluten-free, no-carb, and with the always tasty Great Day Farms eggs.

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Spinach Balls recipe

Spinach Balls (Great for Football & Entertaining!)

I pretty much love spinach everything. E-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g, yo! I love it in my smoothies, I love it as a dip, quiche, lasagna, and more! I blame my parents for this love of spinach, they’d always get me to eat it asking if I wanted to be “strong like Popeye” when I was a child (and it worked, haha)!

When a neighbor-friend of mine came over one day with spinach balls and a homemade dill dip, I nearly jumped out of my skin, squealing in excitement to sample her recipe (and then, afterwards, beg for it, lol). I loved every single morsel of what she created, and decided to take on a version of the recipe myself with potential alterations for those who choose to go gluten-free/no-carb, like I do.

spinach balls close-up

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If you’d rather skip all of my cooking tips and suggestions, important information for this recipe, and similar recipe ideas – and get straight to the easy Spinach Balls recipe, just scroll down to the bottom, where you’ll find a printable recipe card.

spinach balls make a great appetizer

Can I Make Spinach Balls in Bulk?

Absolutely! When you’ve got company coming over, or you’re bringing a dish to a friend’s party, you want something TASTY, right? With football season in full swing, I always like to change-up what I bring while keeping the dish simple and replicable. This recipe could easily be doubled or tripled for larger crowds (or for bulk cooking to snack on yourself, ahem), it is THAT GOOD! Let’s get to it!!

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spinach balls recipe for entertaining

Ingredients Needed to Make Spinach Balls

To make this delicious spinach balls appetizer recipe, you will need the following ingredients:

Inside these delicious spinach balls

Equipment and Tools Needed to Make Spinach Balls

beating eggs for spinach balls

How to Make This Spinach Balls Appetizer Recipe

Preheat your oven to 350; whisk together your eggs in a large bowl, and season generously with fresh ground salt and pepper. Add your thawed and drained spinach to the whisked eggs, mix together thoroughly until spinach is well covered by the egg. Add in the remaining ingredients, stir well, until well-combined.

NOTE: To make it gluten-free, use almond flour instead of regular flour, and omit the bread crumbs, adding in the same amount of almond flour as you would have added in bread crumbs. The almond flour tastes just as delicious (just be sure to season more generously).

adding ingredients for spinach balls

I mashed the spinach multiple times while mixing, to ensure it’s all broken apart and mixed well. Get a little elbow grease into it, you want to be sure everything is well-mixed, so every bite is even and delectable as the next.

mixed together ingredients for spinach balls

Using a cookie scoop, a meatballer, or just a teaspoon and your hands, form a little scoop into the shape of a ball and place on a sprayed/lined cookie or baking sheet or baking stones. They don’t rise or spread, so you can put them pretty closely together on the sheet/stone.

spinach balls preparation

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spinach balls ready for the oven

Bake until golden brown on top. This will seemingly take FOREVER (it doesn’t). Try not to pace frantically in the kitchen while eagerly awaiting these to finish baking, the smells from your oven will beckon you – go clean something! LOL!

spinach balls

But, oh!! When they’re ready, remember to let them cool, or you’ll burn the roof of your mouth, and then we’ll all be sad, because you won’t be able to binge-eat, err, have a couple, responsibly (ahem). Let them cool at least 5-10 minutes, it will be agonizing to wait more (I KNOW IT, FRIEND), but you can do it!!  I have faith in you!

spinach balls closeup

Get ready to devour the awesomeness! Check out the insides of ’em, sooooo super yum!

spinach balls inside

And if you’re not bringing these to a party or get-together, don’t forget to share with a neighbor or friend (or two) the way these were shared with me originally! You never know who you’ll make a spinach fan like my parents did with me! 🙂 You can help make someone else’s day! I hope you ENJOY making and eating these as much as we do!

spinach balls plated

What Other Appetizer Recipes Can I Make?

These appetizer recipes are tried and true, check ’em out!

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Spinach Balls (Can be Gluten-Free/No Carb)

Who loves spinach? Get ready for these delectable spinach balls recipe which can be made gluten-free, no-carb, and with the always tasty Great Day Farms eggs.
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Course: Appetizer, Snack
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Whisk together eggs in a big bowl, season the egg, add in spinach, mix until well combined.
  • Add in shredded mozzarella, mix well.
  • Add in remaining ingredients, blend and mash completely.
  • Using a cookie scoop or teaspoon, form into small balls (the size of a meatball) on a sprayed cookie sheet or pizza stone.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown on top.
  • Let cool for five minutes before serving.
  • Can be stored in fridge and served cold, or reheated again.
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