Another fall weekend, which means more football, and another Gameday post! Hopefully it also means a win for at least one of my football teams. This week I'm sharing with you a recipe from my Mom and Grandma. Growing up it was a given that these spinach balls would be at any get together, from holidays and family reunions to Superbowl parties. Now I know why, they are really easy to make, and you can also make them ahead of time and just throw them in the freezer. I'm warning you now though, when you do make these, it's going to take A LOT of self control not to eat the entire tray before your guests arrive.
This recipe makes quite a few spinach balls (approx. 40-50), so if you have a smaller group I would recommend halving the recipe or you can just throw the ones you don't need in the freezer (before or after cooking) until your next gathering.
2 packages frozen chopped spinach
1/2 cup butter
1 box stuffing mix
6 eggs, beaten
1 cup parmesan cheese
Cook spinach in microwave, and squeeze out excess liquid. Stir butter into spinach until melted. Add stuffing mix, eggs, and cheese and mix all ingredients. Let cool for 10-20 minutes.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees, form spinach mixture into balls, place on baking sheet and cook for 15 to 20 minutes.