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Spinach Flakes

Our Spinach Flake is made from simply chopped whole fresh spinach leaves and dried to preserve their vibrant green color and mild spinach flavor.

  • Light to dark green flakes

  • Roughly 3/8-inch, irregular pieces

  • Vegetal, slightly bitter spinach flavor

  • D'allesandro
    Price: $19.50
    $1.08 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Can be used in yeast breads, quick breads or muffins

  • Combine with herbs or sun-dried tomatoes for a light, savory flavoring for chips and snacks

  • Rehydrate and mix with sour cream or cream cheese and seasonings for an easy dip

  • Cook with dried grains or pasta to make a Florentine-style dish

  • Adds earthy spinach flavor to soups and stews

  • Add a scoop to smoothies for a nutritional boost

  • Basic prep

    Ready to use. If rehydrating, mix 1 part Spinach Flake to 2 parts water. Simmer over low heat for 10 to 15 minutes or until desired tenderness is achieved.



    Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) is a flowering plant valued for its leaves, which are high in nutritional value and deep green in color. It is extremely versatile and widely used in cuisines around the world.

    Spinach ranks as one of the world's healthiest vegetables, containing very high levels of vitamins A and K, manganese, folate and calcium, as well as relatively high levels of iron.

    Spinach originated in ancient Persia, finding its way east to India and China during the first century A.D. It showed up in Italy later in that century, and finally spread more broadly through Europe during the 12th century.

    When Italian aristocrat Catherine de' Medici became queen of France in 1522, she insisted that spinach be served at every meal, thus spawning the culinary term "Florentine" to describe foods made with spinach due to her birthplace, Florence.

    Classic recipe

    Cream of Spinach Soup

    Cream of spinach soup is a breeze thanks to our convenient Spinach Flakes, which are dehydrated and preserved at peak, then rehydrated in this luxuriously creamy dish. Notes of nutmeg and a touch of cayenne give this soup an enjoyably intriguing flavor.