Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 50 mins

I like to have this sometimes on Sunday for brunch when I want something a little eggy/cheesy. Usually I serve it with a light crisp green salad with some sort of vinaigrette. Other times, usually in summer, I will cut up some fresh fruit, like cantaloupe and pieces of watermelon and strawberries and serve with. It makes a nice light meal. This particular recipe is from Barbara Jones.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Rub softened butter on the inside surface of pie shell.
  2. Drain spinach; squeeze out as much liquid as you can.
  3. Place spinach in pie shell and top with crumbled bacon.
  4. Whisk together cream, eggs, cheese, salt, and nutmeg.
  5. Pour mixture into pie shell.
  6. Bake quiche at 425 F for 10 minutes, then reduce heat to 325 F and bake for an additional 35-40 minutes or until quiche is set.


Most Helpful

Merry Quichemas! This was breakfast in bed for the wife. Awesome and simple to make. Great instructions. Used my own pie crust recipe. Also did the onion saute thing suggested by others. Everything came out great. No soggy crust. I like quiches to be more eggy, but the flavors were so perfect together, I won't even tweak this recipe. And the wife loved it as much as I did. Do real men eat quiche? Yes, and they'll bake it for their wife too. Thanks for this recipe.

Catfish Jimmy December 25, 2009

Lovely quiche - beautiful flavours and great consistency! I did use only 3 eggs and more cheese since I don't like my quiches too eggy. Thank you Sue!

stormylee November 22, 2010

Fantastic! Used half and half instead of cream, sharp cheddar cheese and 1/2 chopped onion. Sauteed the onion til translucent first and the spinach to dry it out some. Did not have any bacon but the flavors were remarkable. Lovely recipe. Will try it with mushrooms next time.

Judith Fraser July 27, 2007

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