Once at dinner, a visiting kid was concerned that the white bits were mini marshmallows.
Preheat the oven to 400˚F, and make sure your spinach is thawed. (If it's not, you can run hot water over the bricks in a colander.)
Squeeze the water out of the spinach by pressing it with your hands in a colander. (If you're fancy and like doing laundry, you can squeeze it in a dish towel.)
Add all the ingredients to a large bowl: spinach, cottage cheese, eggs...
...cheese, flour and butter.
Mix thoroughly, and transfer to a greased 13 x 9-inch pan or 2-quart casserole.
This recipe came from Doris Russell, my Junior Girl Scout troop leader. The casserole is crazy easy and delicious, and can make a nice vegetarian main dish. Bea doesn't love spinach in casseroles, so it's not her favorite. Laura is a fan. 🙂