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seleanor

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Frozen and store bought spanakopita has been a staple in my house especially recently during covid when I have been stressed and not in the mood to cook. The best brands you can find are Greek brands, which are 7 Days, Athens and Krinos.

Other brands that are not authentic but probably easier to find are spanakopita at Whole Foods or Trader Joes. The ingredients are high quality and the taste is there! I just prefer supporting Greek businesses so whenever I can, I will buy from a Greek grocery store.

Please add your favorite brands in the comments!
 

Worldwide Greeks Editor

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I try to not buy frozen spanakopita, but when in a pinch, I have had the Wegmans brand spanakopita. Not really authentic, but not all that bad for frozen spanakopita!


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