Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 35 mins

Great as an appetizer or as a type of quiche for a luncheon. Easy to prepare and a nice light taste.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Squeeze cooked spinach and drain.
  2. Combine cream cheese, eggs, cheddar cheese, salt, onion, parsley and spinach; pour into pie shell.
  3. Place tomatoes on top and sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
  4. Bake at 350 for 35 mins.


Most Helpful

This was so good! Very easy to make and it looks beautiful. I omitted the parsley and added some basil and some italian seasoning on top then lightly drizzled some herbed olive oil over it. The only change I would make next time(and I WILL make this again and often) is to add another tomato to the top.

gaila February 06, 2008

Hi Kat Rahal, made you Spinach pie tonight for a light supper for DH and myself, it was absolutely wonderful, I served it with crusty garlic bread, and a small side salad.... my DH ate almost the whole pie himself!... we love these kinds of savory pies, and this is a winner.... I always keep homemade frozen pie crusts in the freezer ready for recipes like this. The only change I made was, I added fresh garlic to the mixture, we are both big time garlic lovers, this is a recipe that I would highly recommend, It was just wonderful, we loved it. Thanks for posting :-)

Kittencal@recipezazz March 17, 2004

This was delicious. We do a lot of quiche at my house, so I was afraid this would be too quiche-y, but it was a taste all its own. I made a few very minor changes to the recipe. I used fresh spinach (sauteed with a bit of garlic) rather than frozen. I whizzed up the eggs, cream cheese, and herbs in the blender, so they were more than slightly beaten. I used a homemade pie crust. I also forgot the parmesan on top, but it was delicious anyway. Thanks for the recipe!

spanica September 16, 2012

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