Spinach Quiche

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Spinach Quiche

Made with heavy cream and Gruyère, this rich spinach quiche is classic French.

Spinach & Gruyere Quiche

Photo by Alexandra Grablewski (Chronicle Books, 2018)

Of all the spinach quiches I’ve tried over the years, this classic French version is my favorite. The recipe comes from my childhood friend Trish, who is not only one of the funniest people I know, but also a stunning hostess. When Trish entertains, she goes all out – beautiful table settings, seasonal cocktails, fabulous food, and (best of all) hilarious party games. She once created an entire game of Jeopardy! for our old high school gang, complete with categories like Prom Dates, ’80s Pop Stars, and Senior Superlatives.

This spinach quiche is Trish’s “go-to” brunch dish. The combination of heavy cream and Gruyère makes it rich and flavorful. There’s also a good bit of spinach, which balances out all that richness and makes it just a little bit healthier.

Ingredients For Spinach Quiche

spinach quiche ingredients

To simplify things, I recommend using a store-bought crust. When buying frozen pie crust, be sure to check it carefully at the store for cracks. (If you unpack it and find that it’s cracked, no worries — there’s a fix below.) Also, make sure to buy a deep-dish crust; a regular pie shell is not deep enough to hold all the fillings.

Frozen chopped spinach also makes the recipe easy. It’s important to wring out all the moisture from the spinach before using. I usually gather it into a ball in my hands and squeeze it until dry. It takes a few minutes of squeezing to get all the water out. Be patient; you need the spinach completely dry, otherwise your quiche will be watery.

Gruyère is my first choice for this quiche — I love its nutty flavor — but if you can’t find it, Cheddar may be substituted.

How To Make Spinach Quiche

crust pricked with forkPrick the bottom and sides of the crust all over with a fork.

Bake on center rack until fully cooked and lightly golden, 10 to 15 minutes. If your crust cracks in the oven (or if it was cracked when you opened the package), make a smooth paste by mixing 1 tablespoon of flour with 1 tablespoon of water. Use your fingers to patch up and fill any cracks, then place the crust back in the oven for a minute or so to set. It should be good as new.

golden baked crust

Set the crust aside and turn the oven down to 325°F. Sauté the shallots in a bit of butter over medium-low heat until soft and translucent, about 8 minutes. Do not brown. Set aside to cool.

cooked shallots

In a medium bowl, combine the eggs, heavy cream, nutmeg, salt and cayenne pepper.

eggs, cream, and seasoning in bowl

Whisk to combine.

whisked egg and cream mixturePlace cooked pie shell on a baking sheet (this makes it easy to move in and out of oven) and spread the shallots over the bottom of the cooked crust.

layering shallots in crustSprinkle the shredded cheese over top.

layering shredded cheese in crustScatter spinach evenly over cheese (breaking up clumps as best you can).

layering spinach in crustThen pour the egg mixture carefully over top.

egg and cream mixture poured into crust

Bake at 325°F degrees for 50 to 55 minutes until custard is set and top is lightly golden. Serve hot or warm.

baked spinach quiche

How To Freeze Spinach Quiche

This spinach quiche freezes beautifully for up to three months. After cooling the quiche, wrap it in a layer of plastic wrap and then a layer of aluminum foil. Remove the quiche from the freezer about 24 hours prior to eating. Remove the plastic wrap and reheat it, covered with foil, in a 300°F oven until hot in the center.

Spinach Quiche

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Spinach Quiche

Made with heavy cream and Gruyère, this rich spinach quiche is classic French.

Servings: 4-6
Total Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes


  • 1 9-inch deep dish frozen pie crust
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1/2 cup thinly sliced shallots
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1-1/4 cups heavy cream
  • Pinch ground nutmeg
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1 cup (4 oz) finely shredded Gruyère, packed
  • 1 10-ounce package frozen chopped spinach, defrosted and wrung free of water


  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F and set a rack in the middle position. Remove the pie crust from freezer and thaw until just soft enough to easily prick with a fork, about 10 minutes. Prick the bottom and sides all over with a fork (pricking about an inch apart). Bake until fully cooked and lightly golden, 10 to 15 minutes. (Keep an eye on it...if it puffs up while cooking, gently prick it with a fork so it will deflate.) Don't worry if the crust cracks while baking; see my note below on how to fix it before proceeding. Set aside and turn oven down to 325°F.
  2. Heat the butter in a small skillet over medium-low heat. Cook the shallots until soft and translucent, about 8 minutes. Do not brown. Set aside to cool.
  3. In a medium bowl, whisk together eggs, heavy cream, nutmeg, salt and cayenne pepper.
  4. Place the cooked pie crust on a baking sheet (this makes it easy to move in and out of oven). Spread the shallots over the bottom of the cooked crust, then sprinkle the shredded Gruyere over top. Scatter the spinach evenly over cheese, breaking up the clumps as best you can. Pour the egg and cream mixture over top.
  5. Bake at 325°F degrees for 50 to 55 minutes until the custard is set and top is lightly golden. Serve hot or warm.
  6. Note: I usually defrost the frozen spinach quickly by placing it in a fine mesh strainer and running hot water over it. I then gather the spinach into a ball and squeeze it dry. It takes a few minutes of squeezing and re-squeezing to get all the water out. Be patient...you need the spinach completely dry, otherwise your quiche will be watery.
  7. Note: Don't panic if your crust cracks -- you can easily fix it. Make a smooth paste by mixing 1 tablespoon of flour with 1 tablespoon of water. Use your fingers to patch up and fill any cracks, then place the crust back in the oven for a minute or so to set. It should be good as new.
  8. Make ahead: This quiche can be made up to a day ahead of time and refrigerated. To reheat: Cover the quiche with aluminum foil and bake in a preheated 300°F oven for 35 to 45 minutes, or until hot in the center.
  9. Freezer-Friendly Instructions: The cooked quiche can be frozen for up to 3 months. Remove the quiche from the freezer about 24 hours prior to eating and reheat it, covered with foil, in a 300°F oven until hot in the center.

Nutrition Information

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  • Per serving (6 servings)
  • Calories: 504
  • Fat: 39 g
  • Saturated fat: 21 g
  • Carbohydrates: 25 g
  • Sugar: 3 g
  • Fiber: 2 g
  • Protein: 14 g
  • Sodium: 472 mg
  • Cholesterol: 218 mg

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  • Hi Jenn
    This looks amazing and I am looking for something to take on a trip for an easy breakfast the next morning, Could I add bacon inside as well as spinach or will that not work? Thank you so much.

    • — Melissa on January 19, 2022
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    • Sure, Melissa, you can add bacon here. Enjoy!

      • — Jenn on January 19, 2022
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  • I’ve made many quiches in my many years of cooking and this was the best. Since I make very good pie crust, I made my own. I also used a 10oz bag of fresh spinach which I steamed, squeezed dry and chopped. Otherwise, there were no changes to the recipe. Fabulous.

    • — Marianne Evans on January 17, 2022
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  • I love this quiche recipe! I have some Kale on hand and wondered if I could substitute it for the spinach. Thanks.

    • — sandra smith on January 17, 2022
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    • Glad you like it! I think you could use kale, but you’ll need to cook it long enough so it’s really tender (and definitely remove the leaves from the stems). I’d love to hear how it turns out!

      • — Jenn on January 17, 2022
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  • Hello – I’m making this with fresh spinach – how much cooked and drained spinach should I have for the quiche? I’m starting with about 10 ounces of fresh baby spinach. I appreciate some guidance! Thank you!

    • — Diane Olberg on January 13, 2022
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    • Hi Diane, I’d estimate you’ll need 1 – 1.5 lbs. to yield 1.5 cups fresh spinach. Make sure to cook and squeeze out any liquid before incorporating into the recipe. Hope you enjoy!

      • — Jenn on January 14, 2022
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  • Hi Jenn!

    Happy New Year!

    I am making this beautiful quiche tonight and have a silly question!

    I usually make recipes “as is” the first time around…especially yours since they always come out amazing!!!

    I was thinking about adding bacon to this quiche but don’t know if I should do that the first time making this recipe. If I do add…and here is my silly question, should I use a thin cut of bacon or a thick cut of bacon chopped into bite size pieces? Did not know if it was better to use a thin or thick cut of bacon? And now I know why my family and friends tell me I over think things! 🙂

    Hopefully, you’ll get this before my dinner! If not, I’ll let you know how it goes!

    Thanks so much Jenn!


    • — Stacey on January 13, 2022
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    • Hi Stacey, So glad you like the recipes! It’s fine to add some bacon to the quiche and it really doesn’t matter whether you use thin or thick-cut bacon; it’s more of a personal preference. Please LMK how it turns out!

      • — Jenn on January 13, 2022
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  • Can I add ham to this recipe? I’m asking because I’m not sure how it pair with the other spices.

    • — Sharon on January 10, 2022
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    • Sure, Sharon – I think it would be delicious.

      • — Jenn on January 10, 2022
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      • This was delicious. It’s a definite keeper!

        • — Sharon on January 11, 2022
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  • OMG! Best quiche I have ever had! I was worried, though. Even though the pie crust I bought said deep dish, it clearly wasn’t deep enough. I could not fit the entire egg mixture (about 2/3rds to 3/4s). I watched it at 45 mins, thinking it might need to cook less, but wound up keeping it in for 50. My husband agrees it’s the best we have ever had. I will make for guests in the future. Thank you!!!

    • — Lucia on January 9, 2022
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  • I just made my very first quiche, and used this recipe. It is the best quiche I’ve ever tasted! I was so nervous, but it came out perfectly! I highly recommend this recipe, and will be trying more of Jenn Segal’s recipes very soon.

    • — Natasha on January 7, 2022
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  • I absolutely LOVE this quiche! Sometimes I add left over taco meat from dinner the evening before or some diced ham and it is super good like that too. Thank you for posting this recipe.

    • — DeAnn Haase on January 3, 2022
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  • Great kitchen hack on the cracked crust!!! I never knew that trick!!
    And the quiche is delicious!! Thank you!

    • — Teri Thomas on December 27, 2021
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  • Hi Jenn,
    The quiche was so wonderful. However, I had Wholly Wholesome crust from Whole Foods that you recommend and couldn’t fit the entire egg-cream mixture in it. Not sure what I did wrong… Thank you!

    • — Iryna on December 25, 2021
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    • Hi Iryna, You didn’t do anything wrong. It may be my imagination, but I swear Wholly Wholesome used to sell a deep-dish pie crust, which I can no longer find. You do need a deep-dish crust to fit all the filling.

      • — Jenn on December 26, 2021
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  • This quiche recipe was so wonderful I instantly made another one and froze it! If I don’t have time to thaw for 24 hours (it will be more like 4 hrs) do I still bake at 300F? But for longer?

    • — Veronica on December 25, 2021
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    • Yep 🙂

      • — Jenn on December 25, 2021
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  • Absolutely love this recipe – have made it multiple times and gotten rave reviews! I’m planning to make it again for Christmas morning and also also trying out your quiche Lorraine. The heat and times are close to the same… If I put both in the oven together, should I keep them in longer? (Sorry for the question at the busiest time of year… Happy holidays everyone!)

    • — Asha on December 24, 2021
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    • Hi Asha, Yes if you bake them together they will take a bit longer. Hard to say exactly how much so I would just keep an eye on them.

      • — Jenn on December 24, 2021
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  • The best quiche I’ve ever made! I used gouda because that was the closest I could find and it was incredible. Thank you!

    • — Jennifer Ledlow on December 20, 2021
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  • Jenn can this recipe and your quiche Lorraine be made into mini quiches to serve at a party? I love both recipes and need a way to serve as an appetizer. I’m planning on using the red box ready made dough if you think that would be best. Or should I go crustless?

    • — Cathy Busick on December 11, 2021
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    • Hi Cathy, These should work as minis and if you’re serving them as an appetizer at a party, I’d use the crust as it will make them more sturdy. Hope everyone enjoys!

      • — Jenn on December 13, 2021
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  • This recipe was the most flavorful quiche I’ve ever had. And very fast and easy. I cooked it about 20 minutes more than the recipe said, to firm it more.

    • — Patti Westover on December 10, 2021
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  • Hello,
    Is it essential to pre-cook the piecrust? If so, why? And if it’s necessary, do you need to protect the already-baked crust edge from burning when it goes back into the oven for the 50 to 55 minutes needed to bake the quiche? I’m about to make this for guests and want to be careful!

    • — Gail on December 1, 2021
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    • Hi Gail, I think baking the crust on its own really helps to keep it from getting soggy once it has the filling. If the crust looks like it’s getting too browned when you’re baking it with the filling, just loosely cover it with foil. Hope that helps!

      • — Jenn on December 2, 2021
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  • Recipe was great. Made a few changes for myself. I used Applewood Smoked Gruyère, you will not regret it. For those not wanting to use heavy cream. I used plain unsweetened soy (regular milk is fine) reduced it to 1/4 c. and added 2 more eggs for a total of 6. It cooked perfectly.

    • — Abby on November 30, 2021
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  • my family loved it and fought over the last piece!

    • — donna on November 29, 2021
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  • WOW! I was blown away by the flavor of this quiche. It was seasoned to perfection. I wasn’t going to prebake the crust but am glad I did because it was done just perfectly with a bit of a snap. Going to make this again soon!

    • — Cathy on November 23, 2021
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  • WE ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS! I will make it again for a holiday breakfast! Thank you.

    • — Melody on November 21, 2021
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  • I made this for our Bible Study group and I got lots of compliments! They thought it tasted great! I made 2 and cut the pieces in 8 instead of 6 because I had 13 people.

    • — Linda on November 20, 2021
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  • I make this every year for brunch the day after Thanksgiving as well as a broccoli quiche (not one of Jen’s) and every year the favorite is this spinach quiche!…of course:). So this year I will be making the crustless broccoli quiche from this site as well. Not sure why it took me so long to figure that out. Love every recipe that I have made so far!

    • — Jessica on November 18, 2021
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  • I loved the dough!!! So easy to work with!!! The quiche was delicious! Thanks!😊👍

    • — Jeanne LoVetere on November 15, 2021
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  • This is my go-to recipe for quiche. I’ve made this at least a dozen times and it is always SO DELICIOUS! The only thing I do differently is use fresh spinach instead of frozen out of preference. I usually add a package of baby spinach directly in the pan with the shallots (after the shallots have cooked for a few minutes), let it wilt and cook down for a bit. I don’t mind if the spinach is all at the bottom with the shallots, but sometimes I’ll cook the two separately to mimic the recipe. Oh, and I always have whole nutmeg on hand so I grate it fresh and it’s lovely. Eventually I’ll try this with my own pie crust, but frozen store-bought works great! (Love the tip about fixing the cracks in the crust!)

    • — Natalie on November 10, 2021
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  • Excellent! Best quiche ever.
    I have 2 in my freezer now.
    Question: after defrosting, do you reheat for about 30 minutes? Thank you

    • — Susan on November 9, 2021
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    • So glad you like it! I’m not sure exactly how long it will take but I would guesstimate it would take about 45 minutes give or take to get heated all the way through.

      • — Jenn on November 9, 2021
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  • Delicious! I followed the recipe, made it a day ahead and heated it up per instructions. Note, it did take about 40 minutes to heat through with my oven but was perfect. Big hit! I actually used the same recipe to make a broccoli cheddar quiche too. (I followed the crustless broccoli cheddar quiche but used measurements from this recipe per Jen’s suggestion) and it too was a big hit!! Love a good make-ahead! Thanks Jen!

    • — Elizabeth H Jackson on November 3, 2021
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  • Can you use fresh spinach?

    • — Marybeth Ehrbar on November 2, 2021
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    • Hi Marybeth, using fresh spinach is fine; you’d just need to cook the spinach first and then squeeze out any excess water. Enjoy!

      • — Jenn on November 3, 2021
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  • I guess I am writing wayyy to much. Anyway, OMG I made this for my sister and she absolutely loved it. I tasted it and it was DELICIOUS!!!
    I will be making this for her again, another winner!
    Thank you Jen

    • — Debra on October 31, 2021
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    • So glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

      • — Jenn on November 1, 2021
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      • If you buy ready made pie crust, just bake in oven at 375, until it is brown and crusty. This keeps the bottom from getting soggy. Then add ingredients.

        • — Lori Feinman on December 2, 2021
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  • This recipe solidified my fandom for Jen’s platform and presentations. I dislike eggs but I love to cook with them. I made this recipe for a brunch and was blown away. I ate my entire slice and enjoyed every minute of it. I paired it with he chipotle sweet potato mash, mimosas and some homemade biscuits. Oh – and I added a little bacon crumbles I had from another dish. I now keep these ingredients on hand. The gruyere is the best to use for cheese – subtle and balances the dish. Definitely squeeze your spinach – I was not doing that properly as I reflect on other failed recipes. I used a frozen pie crust – no worries! This dish will get eaten entirely for a party of 4-6 people.

    • — Sarah McConnell on October 25, 2021
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  • Can someone recommend Christmas Gifts for Her? Cheers xxx

    • — Brianna on October 18, 2021
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  • I absolutely love this recipe but added roasted red peppers and Kalamata olives on top – what a freaking hit that was!!
    Thank you so much for the recipe.

    • — Tricia on October 16, 2021
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  • Made this for the first time last evening and it was delicious. My only suggestion is to check the depth of your frozen pie crust before beginning. Mine was labeled as a deep-dish crust, but it was at the shallow end — deep dish is usually 1-1/4″ to 2″ deep. Fortunately, I did not have a full 10 oz. package of spinach because I was using leftovers, so that reduced the volume a bit. I did, however, have a bit of spillover. Next time, I will either buy a different brand of piecrust or make my own in order to ensure the deeper depth. That didn’t take away from the pleasure of eating the finished quiche. Thank you for sharing!

    • — SANDRA M BROWN on October 12, 2021
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  • This is my go to recipe for quiche and I’ve made it several times, usually after a food holiday
    I found it to be a great recipe for using up leftovers. Ham left from Easter dinner, roast beef from xmas dinner, corned beef from st Patrick’s day. Add whatever types of cheese and veggies I find in the fridge and presto! A new dish for breakfast or lunch. Thank you for sharing this recipe, I use it all the time!

    • — Wendy Matthews on September 22, 2021
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  • We all realy liked this quiche! I followed the recipe exactly.
    When she saw it, my daugther complained about the spinach being not mixed, but she gobbled it up anyway. I had to save a piece, so that my son could have his lunch the next day 😉 Otherwise, it would disappear entirely 😀
    I paired it with your french carrot salad. Definitely a keeper!

    • — PJ on September 21, 2021
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  • This was fabulous! Best quiche I ever had.

    • — Linda Lou on September 20, 2021
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  • Thank you for this delicious recipe! I have now made it twice and it has turned out well both times. I actually believe that I can now add this to my small but growing repertoire of meals that I make well. Thanks again for sharing it!

    • — Rhonda R on September 19, 2021
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  • OMG! This quiche is incredibly delicious. I made it as written and would not change a thing! I took two slices to a friend who is recovering from an illness and she has called me twice since, just to say how delicious it was and that she wanted the recipe. I will definitely be making this again! Thank you Jen!

    • — Nancy Norris on September 17, 2021
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  • Wow, this quiche exceeded all expectations. So creamy and it tastes like a restaurant made it. The only thing I did differently was I added 5 strips of cooked, crumbled bacon and I didn’t have enough heavy cream so the last 1/4 cup I used half & half. Can’t wait to try it with the right amount of cream next time but this was still awesome with what I had, just needed to cook a little longer to set. Oh also I beat the egg whites separately first with a hand mixer and then used it again when the cream was added. Made it nice and fluffy!

    Ill be using this recipe as my quiche base from now on!!

    • — Taylor on September 12, 2021
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  • I made this and it was wonderful. I omitted nutmeg only because I can’t take the flavor. Otherwise it was perfect. Thank you!

    • — Cindy on September 12, 2021
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  • My hubby made this this morning and it was fabulous!

    • — Sue on September 7, 2021
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  • This quiche is so popular in my household that I’m often asked “when are you making more?” So today I made 3 more; 1 to enjoy this week and 2 to freeze. I use fresh torn-up spinach instead of frozen (since I can never find it) and it comes out perfect every time. Thank you so much for this wonderfully easy yet richly delicious quiche recipe that makes family tremendously happy!

    • — Ms. Liz on August 8, 2021
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  • This quiche was absolutely delicious! I would give this recipe a 20/10 if I could. I will definitely make this again.

    • — Jayde on July 26, 2021
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    • — Jennifer Dillon on July 20, 2021
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    • Can I make this with fresh spinach?

      • — Laura Velez on October 3, 2021
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      • Hi Laura, using fresh spinach is fine; you’d just need to cook the spinach first and then squeeze out any excess water. Enjoy!

        • — Jenn on October 4, 2021
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        • how much fresh spinach? 10 once? or more?

          • — hazel on November 12, 2021
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          • Hi Hazel, I’d estimate you’ll need 1 – 1.5 lbs to yield 1.5 cups cooked spinach. Hope you enjoy!

            • — Jenn on November 12, 2021
  • How do I use fresh spinach for this recipe?

    • — Lillian on July 7, 2021
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    • Hi Lillian, using fresh spinach is fine; you’d just need to cook the spinach first and then squeeze out any excess water. Enjoy!

      • — Jenn on July 7, 2021
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  • Hi, I’m wondering if I can make it crustless? If so, what changes should I make? Can I simply bake it in my glass pie plate without the crust and if so, do I need to grease it?

    • — Anita on July 2, 2021
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    • Hi Anita, You can definitely make the spinach quiche crustless – and yes, just bake it in a greased glass pie plate (no other changes necessary). Alternatively, if you wanted to make it a bit thicker (since it won’t have the crust), you can use the cream/egg/cheese proportions of my crustless broccoli quiche. Hope that helps!

      • — Jenn on July 2, 2021
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  • This is an excellent quiche recipe! I have used different quiche recipes over the years that have been good, but this one is by far the best. I made my own crust, but otherwise I followed the directions with no deviations. Delicious!! (I would give this recipe more than 5 stars if I could!)

    • — Vicki Schultz on July 2, 2021
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  • I live in France and actual French people RAVE about this spinach quiche. People think I’ve mastered the art of French cooking and it’s thanks to you Jennifer!

    • — Lauren on July 1, 2021
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  • Absolutely divine. I added mushrooms without compromising the recipe (just a little egg mixture was leftover due to the extra volume). My new go-to for any meal of the day! Thank you for sharing (and to your childhood friend!) I’ve tried many of your recipes and they always turn out fabulously 🙂

    • — HG on June 30, 2021
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  • Hey Jenn!

    I doubled the recipe and made two (added some bacon to one). Delicious. A real crowd pleaser.

    Would they work as well with half homogenized milk and half cream, or no?

    Thanks again for another great recipe.


    • — Jennifer Hutchison on June 19, 2021
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    • Hi Jennifer, Glad you enjoyed it! You will get the creamiest result with heavy cream, but other readers have commented that they’ve used a combination of milk and cream and have been happy with the results. Hope that helps!

      • — Jenn on June 21, 2021
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