Spinach Quiche





My friend gave me this recipe after I tried it at a MOPS meeting. I’ve been hooked ever since. It’s so easy to whip up and it’s very tasty. It’s great for a brunch, appetizer snack or a main entree served with salad, fruit or muffins.



The top of my quiche has bell cutouts that I made with a little extra dough. I made it seasonal for the holidays. Cutouts make pies a little fancier.

Another note: I accidentally bought the cut leaf spinach instead of chopped so my spinach appears more than what it does when I purchase the correct box of chopped spinach.



I’ve used chopped fresh onion when I have been without French’s onions, but it doesn’t quite taste the same. The French’s dehydrated onions make this quiche. Enjoy!

Ingredients:



1 pie crust (Pillsbury, frozen or homemade)

1-10oz. box frozen chopped spinach, thawed and squeezed dry



1 cup sour cream

3 eggs



1 cup shredded cheese (sharp is good, but any works)

1 cup French’s dried onions (small can works)



Directions:

Whip eggs and add the rest of the ingredients. Pour into an unbaked pie shell.  Bake 350 for 45 minutes.

Freezer Recommendations: You can bake and cool this Quiche on a cooling rack and wrap entirely with foil. Freeze and thaw completely before reheating. I recommend reheating in the oven with the foil for about 40 minutes until hot.



 

2 thoughts on “Spinach Quiche

  1. TxStar

    Are you referring to French’s French Fried Onions? Like for a green bean casserole? That’s the only kind of onions listed on French’s website, only kind I know of.

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    1. admin

      yes, but I often finely dice or mince fresh onion to have the same onion flavor without the preservatives.

      Reply

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