Through-time non-Cartesian GRAPPA enables real-time, free-breathing evaluation of the left ventricle, but it requires extra calibration data. This work proposes a self-calibrated spiral GRAPPA method that uses an interleaved acquisition to eliminate the calibration scan. A long spiral trajectory is used to improve robustness to motion. Data were acquired at 12 LV slices with spatiotemporal resolutions of 2.08x2.08 mm2 and 32.72 ms/phase in 71 seconds. In a preliminary study of 6 volunteers comparing the proposed method to a gold-standard, functional values are within the limits of agreement in Bland-Altman analyses and are not statistically significantly different in paired t-tests (p<0.05).