Enchiladas are one of those adored Mexican dishes. They're saucy, they're gooey with cheese, and they are undeniably full of flavor. But, like the recipe below proves, they don't have to be extremely time-consuming and they also don't have to include meat of any kind. That's right, vegetarians can now enjoy enchiladas too!
In this dish, black beans fill in for the role of protein; and if your family has a problem with them, just puree them and they'll never know the difference. The rest of these enchiladas are filled with spinach, cheese, and a bit of frozen corn that adds some sweet crunch. And because they don't contain any meat, they also only take a couple of hours in the slow cooker. So you could assemble them in the late morning and still enjoy them for lunch!