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36 Keto Spinach Recipes That Pack a Popeye Punch!

Louise | May 16

Full of iron, vitamins, potassium, fiber, and folate-spinach is a true food superhero! Naturally low in carbohydrates, spinach is the perfect ingredient in Keto-friendly foods from breakfast til dinner.

Forget the simple spinach salad, this salad features new and inventive ways to get more spinach in your life, from delicious spinach guacamole, spinach-packed Asian meatballs, even a spinach coconut curry!

Whether it’s the featured ingredient in your main course or a savory side, there’s no reason not to add a little spinach to your meal with this list of fantastic Keto-friendly recipes!

Here are just a few of the Keto Spinach Recipes that we’ve included:

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Keto Spinach Appetizers

Mini Spinach Meatloaves

– Paleo Flourish

Mini Spinach Meatloaves Recipe

Ingredients: ground pork or ground turkey, ground beef, onion, garlic, fresh spinach, eggs, Italian seasoning, salt, black pepper, almond or coconut milk, coconut oil.

What a versatile recipe this is! These tasty little meatloaves would be ideal for a healthy breakfast, a light low-carb lunch or as a snack on the go, but would also make a great appetizer for a dinner party, or as party food! The list is endless! You could even use ground turkey instead of beef if you prefer and alter the seasoning to make it more your own. Have fun experimenting with different combinations!

Ham and Spinach Mini Quiches

– Paleo Flourish

Ham and Spinach Mini Quiches

Ingredients: eggs, ham, spinach, leek, cup coconut milk, baking powder, salt, pepper.

These little paleo crustless quiches have the perfect balance of meat and vegetables, making them super-tasty and perfect for a quick snack or a lunch. These taste just as good cold so would be great to take to work or pack in the kids’ lunchboxes. Just be a bit careful to taste the mixture before you add the salt as the ham can be salty enough, depending what type you use.

Low Carb Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip (Contains Dairy)

– A Girl Worth Saving

Low Carb Keto Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Photo Credit: Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving

Ingredients: pancetta, cream cheese, artichoke, mayo, sour cream, parmesan, garlic powder, frozen spinach.

For parties and celebrations it can be a challenge to find dips that fit with your ketogenic lifestyle, so delicious recipes like this can come to the rescue! This one has a chunkier texture than some but is still great served with keto crackers or vegetable crudités as it is packed with flavor from the garlic and parmesan. There really is no need to go down the route of loads of carbs even for special occasions.

Roasted Rep Pepper, Spinach and Artichoke Dip (Contains Dairy)

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Roasted Rep Pepper, Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: artichokes, roasted red peppers, spinach, cream cheese, parmesan cheese, mayo, garlic, salt, pepper.

If you are looking for a slightly different Paleo dip to serve at your next party, this recipe is the one for you! It is absolutely packed with flavor and has all the goodness of the vegetables combined with a smooth and creamy sauce to give you a dip that is just shouting out for some Paleo crackers or a rainbow of vegetable sticks to get it into your mouth!

Creamy, Dairy Free Spinach Artichoke Dip

– Feasting on Joy

Creamy, Dairy Free Spinach Artichoke Dip

Photo Credit: Feasting on Joy

Ingredients: artichoke hearts, organic baby spinach, whole-food mayonnaise, garlic powder, sea salt, black pepper.

Here is something new for you to try – a dip that is designed to be eaten warm! The whole-food mayonnaise gives this dip its rich and creamy texture and the spinach gives this dish a wonderful green color making it a good dip to serve for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. This can be served with vegetable sticks such as celery and carrot or with keto-friendly crackers.

Spinach Artichoke and Bacon Dip

– Fed And Fulfilled

Spinach Artichoke and Bacon Dip

Photo Credit: Fed and Fulfilled

Ingredients: cashews, frozen spinach, artichoke hearts, bacon, olive oil, onion, garlic, coconut milk, lemon juice, garlic powder, salt, pepper, dried oregano.

This low-carb dip has a chunkier texture than some but is still delicious when served with vegetable sticks or veggie chips. Dips like these are easy to eat and can be a great way to get the family eating healthier snacks without them even noticing. Because you have a good source of protein from the bacon, I have even been known to eat a bowl of this on its own for lunch!

Stuffed Zucchini Boats

– The Health Nut Mama

Stuffed Zucchini Boats

Photo Credit: The Health Nut Mama

Ingredients: zucchini, extra virgin olive oil, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, sea salt, hamburger, onion, garlic, kalamata olives, mushrooms, baby spinach.

Stuffed vegetables can be so appealing to look at and are a great way to serve simple ingredients like ground beef in a super-tasty way. These delicious zucchini boats are influenced by Italian cuisine and involve Italian seasoning and ingredients like olives which are common in Mediterranean cooking. However if you are like me and don’t like them, just leave them out! If you eat Paleo you can add some chopped tomatoes to this recipe too.

Salmon Fishballs with Herby Spinach Sauce and Cauli-Squash Mash

– Healing Family Eats

Salmon Fishballs With Herby Spinach Sauce And Cauli-Squash Mash

Photo Credit: Healing Family Eats

Ingredients: white onion, salmon, capers, fresh coriander, squash purée, solid fat (like duck fat), turmeric powder, spinach, parsley, dill, coriander leaves, lemon juice, chicken broth, salt.

Salmon, especially wild-caught, is so healthy as it is a great source of Omega-3 oils. Not only that, it tastes amazing! So here is a fantastic Paleo and AIP recipe for fishballs with a smooth and tasty herb sauce that sets off the flavor of the fish perfectly. If your family doesn’t like cauliflower mash, you can serve these lovely balls with a side of greens, or make them bite-size and serve with the sauce to dip in.

Keto Spinach Side Dishes

Spinach Almond Stir-Fry

– Paleo Flourish

Spinach Almond Stir-Fry

Ingredients: spinach leaves, almond slices, salt, coconut oil.

Spinach stir-fries in a matter of minutes and is so full of vitamins and minerals that it is ideal on a Paleo diet. It does take up a lot of room before cooking so we recommend you use a large pot, but once it cooks down it shrinks. Adding the almond flakes gives this lovely side a fabulous crunch, and this dish also makes a perfect accompaniment to pork dishes or fish.

Spinach and Pancetta Saute

– Paleo Flourish

Spinach and Pancetta Saute Recipe

Ingredients: pancetta, spinach leaves.

If you have had a really busy day and need something quick and simple for dinner, this recipe is the one for you. It is tasty, healthy and filling but only takes a few minutes to make. This is a versatile dish as you could have it as a Paleo-friendly main, as a side for roast meats or even with eggs for breakfast. I recommend you don’t season with salt as the pancetta is salty enough, and if you can’t get pancetta just use bacon!

Keto Garlic Spinach Saute

– Keto Summit

Keto Garlic Spinach Saute Recipe

Ingredients: avocado oil, spinach, garlic, salt.

Spinach is actually better for you when it is cooked as it releases more vitamins, so makes a great healthy side dish to serve with roast meats or fish. It goes well with the flavor of the garlic and is a quick and easy dish to prepare. Try serving this lovely Keto side with your turkey at Thanksgiving or Christmas as a healthy alternative to some of the more traditional sides.

Keto Spinach Mushroom Bacon Saute

– Keto Summit

Keto Spinach Mushroom Bacon Saute Recipe

Ingredients: bacon, spinach, portobello mushroom, tamari sauce, salt, pepper.

Keto sides that involve bacon and mushrooms can be a lovely meaty addition to your main course and if I’m honest I have been known to eat this one for lunch! Because you are adding tamari sauce that masks the taste of the spinach you might find this dish useful for encouraging the kids to eat healthy too, especially as spinach is loaded with vitamins and minerals which are essential for growing bodies.

Keto Flatbread (Contains Dairy)

– Ketogasm

Keto Flatbread Recipe

Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm

Ingredients: mozzarella cheese, cream cheese, egg, almond flour, spinach, garlic powder, salt.

This is a very versatile Keto recipe for flatbread that you can use in many ways. It is easy to make and is really good for scooping up stews or dipping into soups. This is a low-carb, gluten-free recipe so it would make a great tear-and-share bread for a dinner party. You can also experiment using other vegetables or herb combinations for different flavors.

Wilted Baby Spinach

– The Curious Coconut

Easy Wilted Baby Spinach Recipe

Photo Credit: The Curious Coconut

Ingredients: baby spinach, cooking fat (coconut oil, butter/ghee, bacon fat, etc.), sea salt, ground black pepper.

If you are not confident in the kitchen or you are new to cooking altogether, recipes like this one are invaluable! They are simple and easy to understand and explain how to cook simple dishes with ease. Wilted spinach is a regular Paleo side dish that can be used to serve with all sorts of meals, but is also packed with nutrition, so if you are starting out on the cookery journey, this would be a good place to start!

Simple Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing

– Adventures in Partaking

Simple Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing

Photo Credit: Adventures in Partaking

Ingredients: baby spinach, onion, strawberries, bacon, bacon fat, olive oil, lime juice, sea salt.

Please don’t think that on the Auto Immune Protocol every second meal has to be a salad – not true! It’s just that they come in very handy to get all the nutrients into your system and can be thrown together really quickly. This one can be served as is or with some meat for extra protein. You could serve this with a piece of grilled chicken or even a salmon filet.

Coconut Creamed Spinach

– I Breathe I’m Hungry

Coconut Creamed Spinach

Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry

Ingredients: coconut milk, baby spinach, nutmeg, granulated sugar substitute, cayenne pepper, salt.

Creamed spinach can be a useful low-carb and gluten-free side dish as it goes with just about any meal. Some people are not keen on the flavor of spinach, so using a cream coating can help it become a much more appealing way to enjoy this nutrient-rich vegetable. Not only that, spinach only takes a couple of minutes to wilt down so this is a super-speedy recipe too!

Spinach Guacamole

– Popular Paleo

Spinach Guacamole

Photo Credit: Ciarra from Popular Paleo

Ingredients: spinach, cilantro, garlic, white onion, kosher salt, apple cider vinegar, lime zest and juice, avocado oil, avocados.

Using spinach in guacamole increases the nutrients in the dish without detracting from the flavor. This simple Paleo recipe has all the flavors and textures of traditional guacamole and can be used wherever you want – to dress a salad, top a pizza or use as a dip with vegetable sticks. This dish has quite a vivid color and would be perfect to serve on St. Patrick’s Day.

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Keto Spinach Main Dishes

Keto Asian Meatballs with Dipping Sauce

– Keto Summit

Keto Asian Meatballs Recipe with Dipping Sauce

Ingredients: ground beef, fresh ginger, scallions, garlic, tamari sauce or coconut aminos, egg, vinegar, spinach, basil, avocado oil.

With the traditional Asian flavors of garlic, ginger and tamari sauce, these lovely meatballs would make a fantastic appetizer for an Asian-inspired dinner for friends. This is also a very versatile Keto-friendly recipe as you can add in veggies, change the spices or even make them with different meats, and the dipping sauce goes really well with any meat or even with shrimp.

Asian Keto Miso Soup (Topped with Shrimp)

– Keto Summit

Asian Keto Miso Soup Recipe (Topped with Shrimp)

Ingredients: shirataki noodles, chicken broth or bone broth, tahini sauce, gluten-free tamari sauce or coconut aminos, shrimp, sesame oil, lemon juice, green onions, spinach.

Miso can contain some grains, so if you like the flavor but want to go grain-free, this delicious Keto recipe will let you enjoy miso soup but without the miso! The combination of tahini and tamari sauce gives a wonderful Asian-inspired flavor to this soup and you can add in some seafood or meat for added protein. Shrimp or shredded chicken work really well in this recipe.

Spinach and Italian Sausage Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

– The Healthy Foodie

Spinach And Italian Sausage Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Photo Credit: Sonia from The Healthy Foodie

Ingredients: ghee, onion, spinach, Himalayan salt, black pepper, mushrooms, pork tenderloins, Italian sausages, bacon.

If you are entertaining guests and want a low-carb dish that can’t fail to impress, then this one will certainly be a winner! Tender pork stuffed with spinach and tasty sausage all wrapped in a bacon blanket – mouth watering yet? The preparation might look difficult, but if you follow the steps and take your time it’s quite easy! Remember to rest the pork for a few minutes to ensure it is tender.

Caramelized Onion, Spinach, and Swiss Stuffed Turkey Burgers (Contains Dairy)

– The Nourished Caveman

Caramelized Onion, Spinach, and Swiss Stuffed Turkey Burgers

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingredients: ground turkey thighs, duck egg or large chicken egg, ghee, leek, garlic, cumin, pink sea salt, spinach, onion, Swiss cheese, black pepper, lemon (juiced), avocado, greens.

Turkey is one of the most nutritious meats you can buy, and using the meat from the thighs gives you a better flavor than breast meat. The idea of stuffing a burger is quite an exciting idea, because you don’t know what you are getting until you cut it open. Serve these low-carb burgers on top of a bed of leafy salad to give you a delicious and satisfying meal.

Ham & Spinach Calzones (Contains Dairy)

– I Breathe I’m Hungry

Ham & Spinach Calzones

Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry

Ingredients: cream cheese, butter, salt, stevia, baking powder, flax meal, coconut flour, water, ricotta cheese, egg, garlic powder, spinach, mozzarella, ham.

Traditionally, calzone was a folded pizza that enclosed the toppings inside the pastry, and these ones are so close to the real thing that they will definitely satisfy the need for pizza! You can use whatever pizza toppings you like, but ham and cheese are great in this dish. This low-carb ‘pizza’ makes a great lunchtime dish served with a green salad. Remember to cut slits in the top before cooking to allow steam to escape.

Coconut Creamed Spinach with Pork Crackling

– Low Carb Yum

Coconut Creamed Spinach Pork Crackling Recipe

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: spinach, country-style pork or pork belly, coconut cream, coconut milk, red chillies, white onion, garlic, ginger, salt, black pepper, water, coconut oil.

In my family I have one person who would not eat spinach until I tried this low-carb recipe using coconut cream – now it’s a regular meal! The creamy sauce is wonderful with the tender pork and crunchy pork rinds, which also give you a lovely mix of textures. If you don’t like spicy food then just cut down the amount of chillies you use, but they do add a great flavor and color to the dish.

Salmon Florentine

– Ketogasm

Salmon Florentine Recipe

Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm

Ingredients: ghee, spinach, apple cider vinegar, red chili flakes, sea salt, black pepper, garlic, salmon fillet skinless.

For those of you who don’t know, Florentine just means a dish made with spinach, and it is packed with goodness. Spinach is a fantastic green to serve with fish or chicken and is a great source of calcium and other nutrients, and served on top of these salmon fillets and flavored with the garlic and chili, it makes a really wholesome Keto family meal.

Low Carb Spinach Coconut Curry

– Ditch the Carbs

Low Carb Spinach Coconut Curry

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: extra virgin olive oil, spring onions, curry paste, chicken breast, pumpkin, coconut cream, fresh spinach.

Despite the fact that this is a low-carb recipe, the curry is so full of flavor and has a wonderfully creamy sauce that is mild and not too spicy, so this would be the perfect curry for younger members of the family or for folks who don’t like things too hot. The pumpkin adds body to the dish and helps with the creamy consistency yet still keeping those carbs down.

Wild Sockeye Salmon with Spinach and Dill Cream

– AutoImmune Wellness

Ingredients: wild sockeye salmon, coconut milk, spinach, dill, olive oil, lemon juice, salt.

Spinach goes so well with salmon as it adds a freshness to the overall flavor and pairing it with dill which has an aniseed taste makes the salmon shine through! This AIP recipe only takes fifteen minutes from start to finish, so it could be a really tasty meal for a mid-week dinner. If you can’t get salmon, or are not a fan, you can use any white fish you like, but a meaty one like cod would work best here.

Keto Spinach Smoothies

Ketogenic Green Smoothie

– Keto Summit

Ketogenic Green Smoothie Recipe

Ingredients: spinach (or kale), almonds (raw), brazil nuts, coconut milk, Amazing Grass Greens Powder.

Smoothies can be the answer to a healthy breakfast if you just don’t have the time to cook, or if you need a hit of energy to start the day. This green one may look a bit grassy, but the nutritional values just can’t be ignored. This is a low-carb recipe that will almost certainly give you all the energy you need to get your system started in the morning.

Chocolate Green Smoothie

– Ditch the Carbs

Chocolate Green Smoothie

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: frozen berries of choice, coconut cream, spinach, cocoa powder, granulated sweetener of choice.

Most children like shakes and smoothies, but today’s ones can be fruit-based which isn’t always good. High levels of fructose can cause us to ingest sugars without realizing and can even aggravate such conditions as gout. Smoothies can be vegetable-based instead, like this Paleo low-carb version, and it still has the flavors the family like – fruit from the small amount of berries, and every child’s dream, chocolate!

Probiotic Green Smoothie

– Popular Paleo

Ingredients: organic baby spinach, kombucha tea, coconut milk, avocado, frozen mixed organic berries, grass-fed collagen, chia seeds.

This smoothie contains kombucha which is a fermented tea, and as we know fermented foods can be beneficial for gut health and can support the digestive system. So this drink would be great to have for a healthy Paleo breakfast or afternoon snack. The avocado helps to give this smoothie its creamy consistency, and the chia seeds help with this if you leave the drink for a few minutes before enjoying.

5 Ingredient Keto Green Smoothie

– Keto Connect

Ingredients: protein powder, spinach, MCT oil, chia seeds, flax meal.

Protein shakes and smoothies can be the perfect Keto breakfast, especially if you are short of time in the morning. They can also help get your energy back after a workout. This recipe uses chia seeds to thicken the smoothie and the whole drink can be ready in a couple of minutes. So next time you need the boost of a green smoothie, grab the spinach and get going!

Low Carb Green Smoothies

– Low Carb with Jennifer

Ingredients: organic strawberries, frozen spinach, chia seeds, almond butter, granulated Swerve, water or Almond milk.

Here is another great recipe that gives you lists of low-carb ingredients to use as inspiration for your new green smoothies. These can set you up in the morning, get you back on your feet after an illness and give you energy for a workout, so why not try out some of the ideas here to find your go-to green drink, whether you like it spinachy or not!

Keto Low-Carb Green Smoothie

– Eat Fat Beat Fat

Ingredients: almond milk, spinach, avocado, coconut oil, strawberry, ice.

Green smoothies can be a great Keto breakfast as they are quick and easy to make, taste so good and are a great source of nutrients and vitamins to help kick-start your body. Because of the avocado, this smoothie has a rich and creamy consistency and the strawberry adds a natural sweetness to offset the spinach. You can also use blueberries in this smoothie to boost the anti-oxidants.

Healthy Keto Green Smoothie

– KetoDiet Blog

Ingredients: avocado, fresh spinach, coconut milk, water, vanilla powder, MCT oil, erythritol.

This recipe is definitely for the fans of green smoothies and not so much for folks who like their drinks sweet! This Keto smoothie is thick and has a more sophisticated flavor thanks to the spinach and whey protein. It is packed with health-giving antioxidants and nutritious minerals, but it does not have fruit in it, so I would suggest this is more designed for adults than children.

“Sleep In” Smoothie

– Swiss Paleo

Ingredients: egg, kombucha (or water or coconut milk or almond milk), fruit ( a mix of berries), fresh spinach, avocado.

Here is the ideal Paleo rescue recipe if you sleep in or are just too lazy to get up on time! Simply toss all the ingredients into a blender and whizz for a tasty and nutritious start to the day. This recipe involves using a raw egg, so this may not be advisable for some, but it gives you added protein to get you going in the morning. If you don’t have kombucha, you can just use water instead.

Green Low Carb Breakfast Smoothie

– Tasteaholics

Ingredients: almond milk, spinach, cucumber, celery, avocado, coconut oil, liquid stevia, Isopure protein powder, chia seeds.

Rather than incorporating the chia seeds into this low-carb breakfast smoothie, this Keto recipe uses them as a garnish, which adds a different texture to the drink. You get all the freshness of flavor from the cucumber and celery combined with the earthy spinach and the added boost from the protein powder. This would be the perfect drink for post-workout to get your energy levels back up and refresh you.