2 tbsp. heavy (double) whipping cream
1 tbsp. butter or coconut oil
salt and ground black pepper
75 g (150 ml) mature shredded/grated cheese or sliced
2 mushrooms, sliced
2 cherry tomatoes, sliced
2 tbsp. cream cheese
15 g baby spinach
30 g deli turkey
There are an infinite number of ways to vary the filling, here are a few suggestions:
mozzarella and pesto
taco mince and avocado
smoked salmon, cream cheese and baby spinach
There had been research showing that baby spinach had lower levels of oxalic acid. Yet, other studies have shown the opposite, that in fact some samples have higher levels. Therefore, like with the nutrients, we can't categorically say that baby spinach is higher or lower in oxalates. The levels of oxalates formed depend upon a variety of factors.
While the research currently doesn't allow for conclusions, here's what we know. We see all types of spinach as nutrient-rich additions to your Healthiest Way of Eating. We also prefer to use the delicate leaves of baby spinach in salads while using mature spinach when we quick cook this delightful vegetable. We feel that this is the best way to enjoy the unique tastes and features of these different variations of spinach.
A variety of recipe ideas and articles are within this blog. Please note, not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter.
All the best Jan