The adults who ate it had lots of compliments. The children looked at me like, what the f* is this? It's the green. It doesn't matter what you do, if they see that wilty green, they don't want it. You can't even really taste it. Most of the time I throw spinach in stuff for the health benefits. I'm not a fan of cooked, straight up spinach either. In the cups, you mostly taste the cheese and garlic. Since I love cheese and garlic, that's awesome.
In pictures, here's what happened:
I got out my muffin tin and sprayed it with cooking spray.
I chopped some spinach.
I made the sauce. I made sure to whisk in the milk gradually, so I wouldn't get any lumps.
Mixed in the spinach.
Mixed in the pasta that I had to wait a few minutes for. Now, I will remember to set the pasta to boil before I start. I forgot until after I had chopped the spinach and had to wait. Ugh.
Into the pan it goes. The above picture is actually after it has been in the oven for 13 minutes.
There are two Cups on a plate.
I'm not sure how copyright works with recipes. I like blogging about food, but I don't know if I can type out the whole recipe without getting in trouble... even though I made some changes: adding nutmeg and cayenne, using 2% milk, using fresh spinach. I linked to my source; what else can I do?
Also, all these photos were taken with my iPhone. I don't know what it is about my kitchen. The photos always seem to have a yellowish tinge to them.
I'm looking at these pictures and I'm hungry. I hope my kids learn to like this recipe, because it is a hit with the adults.