These little Spanikopita bundles have been sitting in my freezer for a month. I made a triple batch, we enjoyed some with friends then I tucked them away for a day when time was short but appetites were big.


Yesterday was the last day of spring break for the girls and they also had their 3rd ever Taekwondo class. I’m surprised at how much they’re both enjoying it and how well they’re both doing. They’re in separate classes with different instructors, but both girls were singled out last night to receive their first belt! They were both so excited and couldn’t wait to call Daddy at work to tell him.

Isn’t it an amazing thing to see your kids happy?

By the time we got home it was less than an hour to bedtime. That’s when I remembered the Spanikopita waiting in the freezer.

It was kind of like finding a $20 bill in your pocket. Only better.

I let the girls eat all they wanted followed by some sliced kiwi for “dessert”.

And now, as I type this, they’re off to school and I have a quiet house for the first time in 15 days.

And some more Spanikopita in the freezer. I might just have some for lunch!

easy spanikopita


  1. says

    Spinach, oh my love. I always make the traditional squared spanakopita, but a few months ago I made rolls! That was fun. I would take your triangles over $20 any day. Kudos to your girls and earning their belts – AWE.SOME.

  2. says

    Congrats to your girls, happy kiddos make for one happy momma. If I made a triple batch , none would make it to the freezer. my hubby loves spanikopita, will try your recipe next time. they look great.

  3. says

    I must have made these lovely little parcles dozens of times – never thought of freezing them. Thank you so much for this idea (that will save me so much time to make other dishes)

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