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Spinach Quiche with Bacon

Spinach Quiche recipe
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This cheesy spinach quiche gets its smoky flavor from crispy bacon crumbles.
15 min
1 hr 15 min
8 servings
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This is my official favorite quiche base. I've kitbashed it three different ways now, in addition to the original recipe, and it's been fantastic every time. The latest version: instead of spinach, I sauteed with bacon 1 each carrot, tomato, smallish zucchini and yellow squash, and half a red onion until soft; subbed swiss and parmesan cheeses for cheddar, and baked the quiche in a deep dish pan (very important). I've also used broccoli in the veggie mix and ham instead of bacon. It's versatile and not too heavy with only 2 eggs. Works fine with 1% milk, doesn't need cream like some other quiche recipes.
This was my first quiche, and it was quick and easy. I read some of the other reviews and added an extra egg and it came out perfect! But I do love spinach. I look forward to making this recipe again and again with different variations...
Yummy! This is the 1st quiche I've ever made & it was great! (My husband is a picky eater & he ate almost 1/2 of the pie!) The cheese on top burned so I just kinda peeled off the top layer. I used fresh spinach & omitted the bacon. If using fresh spinach, I'd recommend a "deep dish" pie crust as I used a regular one and I think that's what caused some egg & cheese to run over. Thanks!
I made this with 3 eggs instead of 2 and still wished that I had put more eggs in. Other than that it was wonderful.
Great recipe, but had to use 4 eggs instead of two, used real bacon bits, fresh spinach and half-n-half- came out wonderful!
When I make this recipe I use frozen spinach(10 oz. box), I use whatever cheese on hand. This is a simple,good, and very easy recipe. I put my thawed spinach in my salad spinner and twrill the juice out, could not be easier.
Quick and easy to make. I tried this recipe using 1 cup diced ham.
Delicious! Very easy to make. I substituted fresh spinach for frozen spinach. I also sauteed onions, mushrooms, and turkey bacon in a pan before adding it to the mixture. The result was amazing! My boyfriend fell in love with it, and I am making it again tomorrow night. Served it with a side salad. Amazing.
Loved this, I will definitely be making it on a regular basis. It was very easy, and I already had all the ingredients at home! Turned out delicious
Very easy to make, but not a real big hit at my house. Flavor was okay, but nothing over the top. My girls didn't care for it, and my oldest will eat about anything.
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