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Do real men eat quiche?

In short, yes. Real men do eat quiche because real men eat anything that is loving made for them. 😉

All joking aside, this fluffy spinach and feta quiche souffle is special though. It isn’t one of those watery, mediocre quiches.

A quiche that’s similar to a souffle, without all the work.

Sound like a win-win? It is! You will fall in love with this souffle-like quiche that’s bursting with flavor in every bite. It’s the best of both worlds with the light and fluffiness like a souffle but all the easy steps like your traditional quiche. The tip to making this unique and delicious quiche is by whipping the egg whites. This technique results in a light and crispy top layer for one of the most unique aspects of this recipe. You will also whip the heavy cream to add even more air. Carefully combine the two and voila! You’ll get a nice airy quiche.

Time-saving Tips Making Quiche

There’s not a lot to throwing this quiche together other than the whipping of eggs. So I recommend using a hand or stand mixer to whip those, unless you’re looking to give your arms some exercise!

You can make your own crust, but I always buy the rolled up kind at the store. These often come in packs of two so you can save one or make two quiches if you have a lot of people to feed! You can also freeze the leftover crust if you don’t have a use for it right away.

Do you need to pre-bake the Ccrust?

When you have a pure liquid filling in a pie, it’s important that the crust won’t easily take on moisture. With quiche, the filling is completely liquidized which means that an unbaked pie crust will get soggy and not cook well. Pre-baking the crust or using a pre-baked crust will help ensure that the crust won’t get soggy. It’s also important that you don’t pour the quiche mixture into the crust unless you’re putting it straight into the oven. You don’t want the liquid sitting in the crust for a long period of time because this could cause a bit of sogginess as well.

I usually use store-bought pie crust — Pillsbury and I always get compliments on it, he he. Our little secret. ?

This quiche is kid-friendly!

This is one of those dishes that’s simple and where you really can’t taste the veggies. So if your kids don’t mind a little green in their food, then your entire family will fall in love with this spinach and feta quiche. As the mom, I love that I’m getting my kids to eat healthier ingredients without feeling like I’m force-feeding them. Usually my kids are pretty good but, there are still the struggles. Color is a hurdle, so try adding a little less spinach if your kids are picky about color.

Can other ingredients be added to this quiche?

You bet they can! I love the flavor combination of spinach and feta. However, if desired, you can mix any of your favorite quiche ingredients together to customize this recipe to your preferences. This fluffy spinach and feta quiche is healthy as is, but be aware that cooking time might alter a touch as well as nutritional content with adjustments of the ingredients. Some optional add-ins include grape tomatoes, mushrooms, or more cheese.

Perfect for overnight guests.

This is easy to whip up and feeds a small crowd. Guests always love when I make this! It vanishes quickly. I guarantee your family and friends will love this recipe just as much as mine did!

Need a pie pan?

I prefer using a glass pie pan because you can see how things are coming along as it cooks, but any oven-safe pie pan will do.

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Spinach and Feta Quiche Souffle


Easy Spinach Feta Quiche Souffle

Spinach and Feta Quiche Souffle

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Cuisine: American, French
Skill Level: Easy
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Servings: 6 Servings
Yield: 1 quiche souffle


  • 6 large eggs
  • 1 pie crust or make your own, fancy people
  • 16 oz frozen chopped spinach
  • 1 5oz package crumbled feta cheese
  • 1/4 cup parmesan cheese
  • 1/4 cup whipping cream
  • 1 tsp of salt


  • Press pie crust into pie pan. Pinch edges to form a fluted edge. (watch how to video)
  • Thaw and drain spinach thoroughly and spread out evenly on top the the pie crust.
  • Layer in crumbled feta cheese and Parmesan.
  • Separate egg whites into a large bowl. Reserve egg yolks in a separate smaller bowl. Beat egg whites until peaks form.
  • Next add the cream to the bowl of egg yolks and beat together until frothy. Add salt.
  • Then add the egg yolk mixture to the whipped eggs whites and gently fold together trying to preserve the fluffy texture. Pour egg mixture into crust, over spinach and cheese.
  • Cover with foil and bake quiche at 350˚ for 20-25 mins.
  • Uncover and bake another 10 minutes or until the middle is just set and firm.

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