Spinach Basil Pesto

This Spinach Basil Pesto is the perfect condiment for your pasta, chicken, or seafood! It is creamy, flavorful, easy to prepare, and delicious on top of most dishes! Add a flavor boost to your meals with this homemade pesto that coms together in under 5 minutes! 

Spinach Basil Besto

 Try it in a pesto chicken salad with this easy shredded chicken!

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Spinach Basil Pesto



Prep Time 5 min

Total Time 5 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Directions

  • Combine everything but the oil in your food processor or high-speed blender and pulse until ground down. Add oil and pulse again.
  • Store in the fridge.
  • Recipe Notes

  • Updated: 2/1/2017

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    4 comments
    May 24, 2013

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    4 responses to “Spinach Basil Pesto”

    1. whatkateate says:

      Sounds lovely! I recently made rocket pesto and that was yum too 🙂

    2. Katherine says:

      I noticed the lemon juice is not in this recipe for the pesto but its included in the ingredient list for the recipe, do you add the lemon juice with everything else in the food processor?

    3. Nic S says:

      This pesto is perfect for mixing with shredded chicken for chicken salad. Absolutely love it for meal prep for my weekly lunches! I started trying some of your online recipes after buying your cook book – so far, everything has been easy to make and delicious. Thanks!

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