I love making different kinds of quiche, and spinach quiche is my favorite. This is not hard to make, and I like it for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
~ Supplies for a pie crust (I buy a pre-made crust, but you can make it from scratch)
~ 6oz spinach – either cook down fresh spinach, or heat up frozen spinach and press the water out
~ 3/4 cup milk
~ 1 cup cheddar cheese
~ 4 eggs
~ Salt and pepper to taste
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Grease your pie pan, and prepare the pie crust in the pan. Poke it with a fork and pre-bake your crust.
While the pie crust is baking, prepare your wet ingredients, mixing them all together. Again, be sure that the spinach has the water pressed out of it so that it doesn’t make the quiche watery.
When the pie crust looks like it has been baked, take it out of the oven and pour the filling in the pie. The crust shrinks down a little when it pre-bakes, and the filling usually comes up high on the crust. The crust will puff up a little as it bakes, but even if it goes a little over the crust, I don’t mind.
Bake for 30-40 minutes, until pie looks golden on top.
I usually allow to cool a little bit before serving, because it seems to set.
We make many different versions of quiche, with mushrooms and other veggies. I think the key is to make sure your veggies aren’t watery. It is nice to try out different flavor combinations.
ClariceJanuary 20, 2020
Wow! This looks really delicious. It looks really creamy and now, I badly want one too. Can’t wait to try this soon. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Grace FredericksJanuary 20, 2020
This looks delicious, these pictures are very helpful! Great step by step.
BrandyJanuary 20, 2020
I love making new things with spinach. It’s one of my favorites to sneak into recipes. I haven’t tried quiche before, so I will be making it a point to try your spinach quiche recipe soon!
Neely MoldovanJanuary 21, 2020
So yummy! I love cooking with spinach! Will have to try this!
Kristine Nicole AlessandraJanuary 24, 2020
Looks really good. That would be perfect for breakfast or brunch. Really healthy and it will surely power up my day!
heatherJanuary 25, 2020
I have never made this before but I so want to try this recipe thanks for sharing.
Amber MyersMarch 3, 2022
This looks delicious. It’s been ages since I’ve had a good quiche!
BethMarch 3, 2022
There’s nothing like a good quiche. I love the look of this. It sounds so good!
Tara PittmanMarch 3, 2022
I need to make this. I do love spinach and eggs in a pie.
Forever My Little MoonMarch 3, 2022
I have never had a quiche before, but it looks good!
AlitaMarch 4, 2022
I devised this recipe myself, and I just sort of added ‘this and that.’ This recipe is very forgiving, it’s okay to add or remove ingredients according to your taste!
ClaudiaMarch 4, 2022
I was so excited to make this recipe especially when I read the comments and reviews! I will let you know how it goes
Gervin KhanMarch 4, 2022
Wow! This is such an easy and delicious recipe to make for the family.
I’ll be saving this recipe for my reference!
Richelle MilarMarch 4, 2022
Oh my! This is such a really amazing recipe! It look so good! I know my family would love this so much!
KathyMarch 4, 2022
I have been wanting to make quiche for a while now. It has been so long since I’ve had it. I’ll have to try this out.
TammyMarch 4, 2022
I love quiches but Mr. G isn’t a really big fan. So when I have company I serve it then. Love this recipe.
Elizabeth NeasMarch 4, 2022
We would have quiche quite often when the kids were little. Having 10 kids you would want to make meals that were good but inexpensive. The quiche was one of those meals. I would really enjoy a spinach quiche right about now.
BethMarch 5, 2022
It has been too long since I’ve made quiche. I need to make this recipe soon!
Ashley ThompsonMarch 8, 2022
I can never get enough quiche. Most of the ones I’ve tried have been breakfast-influenced. I can’t wait to try this one for brunch or lunch soon!