I’m so excited to be sharing farmers’ market recipes again here at Let’s Dish. There were a lot of fresh greens to choose from this week at my local market, and ultimately I ended up bringing home some baby spinach.
It’s one of those veggies I can add to almost anything and my kids will eat it without complaining. And I love having baby spinach handy for mixing up quick salads during the week–especially if I’m craving a light, healthy lunch.
I decided to whip up some quick and easy Alfredo pizzas with my spinach. I used a jarred sauce, but you can certainly use a homemade sauce if you prefer. For the crust, I used a store-bought naan flatbread, but pita bread would work just as well.
Of course, tomatoes aren’t available at my farmers’ market yet, so I picked those up at the grocery store. These pizzas were ready in about 15 minutes, and so easy that my kids can make them on their own–although they prefer to leave out the tomatoes.
Who Dished It Up First: This is an original recipe.