Fresh Recipe: Parmesan Spinach Balls

The Holidays are right around the corner.  This recipe for Parmesan Spinach Balls is a guaranteed winner!  It’s so easy to make and spinach has so many health benefits you will be thanking yourself.  No Really!  Spinach not only improves your digestion, it balances your blood’s PH levels while fighting off free radicals while nourishing your eyes, bones, and skin!  A seriously fun Fresh Tip is that spinach helps fight acne and wrinkles too!  WIN WIN All around.

Try it out, and let me know what you think.  Always remember you can rewatch my live Fresh Tip Tuesday here, and get all my favorite product picks at


Parmesan Spinach Balls

2 cups spinach
4 eggs
½ cup reduced-fat (2%) milk or broth
3 cups stuffing mix
2 cups shredded Parmesan cheese



1. Preheat oven to 425° F/218° C.
2. Place spinach in base of Power Chef System fitted with blade attachment. Cover and pull cord until finely
chopped. Set aside.
3. In a medium bowl whisk together eggs and milk. Stir in stuffing mix, Parmesan cheese, and chopped
spinach. Allow to sit 1–2 minutes for stuffing mix to absorb milk.
4. Form in ¼-cup sized balls and place onto baking sheet lined with Silicone Wonder Mat.
5. Bake 15-18 minutes or until golden brown. Serve warm.


You can even freeze these little treats to bake right before your get together, or just to have on hand when you want a yummy bite of powerful spinach 🙂



Corinne Brown

Fresh for the Holidays: Appreciation Gifts


The Holidays are here!

This is the time many say thanks to Teachers, Staff Members, Church Leaders, Babysitters you name it.  (even those GIVE BACKS, where you you were not expecting something, but don’t want to be empty handed when someone gifts to you)  The issue typically is how much to spend and is it even it in your budget??
The best gifts are ones that touch the heart and the stomach –  (yes, we all know the stomach is really what leads to the heart)
Recently on WBTV I shared a simple recipe for candy bark.  I love this for appreciation gifts, so simple and inexpensive, but also a  great thing for the family to do together.  With my kids, I love to make a candy bar where they can make there own bark for their teachers .. . .  I also love making our own turtles or brownie brittle.
When you wrap them, yes I believe the more corny the better for the saying on the tag 🙂
Here are some fun tags that I have used and hope my Fresh Friends can use as well!
Thank you card teacher
And here is the Bark Recipe we mentioned on air 🙂
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Check out the segment here!