Crustless Spinach Quiche Recipe

Crustless spinach quiche recipe - Dr. Axe

This crustless spinach quiche recipe is keeping things simple yet delicious with only five key ingredients. It’s loaded with impressive spinach nutrition, eggs and healthy raw cheese.

Get ready to make a healthy crustless spinach quiche recipe so loaded with flavor you’ll easily end up eating it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And that’s really one of the best things about a quiche — that it makes a perfect snack or meal any time of the day.

This crustless spinach quiche recipe is delicious, so easy to make and high in protein. Plus, it’s gluten-free, vegetarian and ketogenic diet-approved.

The History of Quiches

Where are quiches from? Most people think of quiches as a classic part of French cuisine … and they are, but some sources say quiches actually got their start in a different European country — Germany. In fact, the word “quiche” comes from the German word kuchen, which means cake.  Italian and English cuisines were also known for using eggs and cream in pastries dating back to the 13th and 14th centuries. (1) Quiche didn’t become popular in the United States until the 1950’s.

Crustless spinach quiche recipe - Dr. Axe

Throughout history and to this day, there have been many variations on quiche. If you’re looking for some ways to change this recipe up, you can also try:

  • crustless spinach mushroom quiche (add about one cup of sliced mushrooms)
  • crustless spinach feta quiche (opt for feta as your cheese of choice)
  • crustless bacon spinach quiche (include a couple of chopped up strips of high-quality turkey or beef bacon)
  • crustless fresh spinach quiche (simply use fresh spinach rather than frozen — a typical 10-ounce package of frozen spinach is equivalent to one pound of fresh spinach sautéed down to about one and half cups of spinach after draining)
  • crustless spinach quiche with cottage cheese (cottage cheese is another healthy cheese option to use in quiche recipes)

Recipe Nutrition Facts

How many calories are in a slice of spinach quiche? One serving of this amazing spinach crustless quiche contains about: (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

Crustless spinach quiche ingredients - Dr. Axe
  • 200 calories
  • 13.7 grams protein
  • 13.9 grams fat
  • 3 grams carbohydrates
  • 1.3 grams fiber
  • 1.7 grams sugar
  • 27 milligrams cholesterol
  • 253 milligrams sodium
  • 132 micrograms vitamin K (110 percent DV)
  • 4,641 IUs vitamin A (93 percent DV)
  • 293 milligrams calcium (23 percent DV)
  • 52 micrograms folate (13 percent DV)
  • 1.4 milligrams iron (7.8 percent DV)
  • 0.1 milligrams riboflavin (7.7 percent DV)
  • 1 milligram vitamin E (6.7 percent DV)
  • 27 milligrams magnesium (6.4 percent DV)
  • 0.1 milligrams vitamin B6 (5.9 percent DV)
  • 3.1 milligrams vitamin C (3.4 percent DV)
  • 145 milligrams potassium (3.1 percent DV)
  • 0.2 milligrams zinc (1.8 percent DV)

As you can see, this healthy spinach quiche is truly loaded with so many key nutrients you should be getting in your diet on a daily basis. It’s also low in carbs yet high in energizing protein and fat. This just may end up being the best crustless quiche recipe you’ve ever tasted.

How to Make Crustless Spinach Quiche

How do you make a crustless quiche? You simply combine all of your ingredients in a well greased pie pan and bake. The eggs help to hold all of the ingredients together really nicely and you won’t miss the crust at all.

How do you make the filling for a quiche? You simply combine the cooked and raw ingredients with cheese and eggs. So simple!

You can easily use this recipe to create crustless mini spinach quiches simply by choosing a few pieces of smaller bakeware rather than one large pie pan. Be sure to slightly reduce the cook time if you choose this option. And don’t forget that it’s easy to put your own twist on this recipe and create a crustless spinach and feta quiche, crustless spinach and mushroom quiche, spinach bacon quiche (turkey or beef bacon, of course) or a fresh spinach quiche.

To get started creating this easy spinach quiche, preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and grease a nine-inch pie pan with coconut oil.

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Next, add the onion to a pot.

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Add in the coconut oil.

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Heat the coconut oil and onions over medium heat in the sauce pan until onions are soft.

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Stir in spinach.

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Cook until the excess moisture has evaporated. Set that pan aside for now.

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Next, put the raw cheese into a bowl.

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Add eggs.

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Add salt and pepper.

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Mix these ingredients together.

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Now, add the spinach mixture to the egg and cheese mixture.

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Scoop into greased pie pan.

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Bake this quick crustless quiche for just 30 minutes.

Crustless spinach quiche recipe - Dr. Axe

And you’re done!

Crustless spinach quiche recipe - Dr. Axe

I hope you enjoy this dish … any time of the day.

Crustless spinach quiche recipe - Dr. Axe

Prep Time

10 minutes

Total Time

40 minutes



Meal Type



  • 8 eggs, beaten
  • 1 package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained
  • 1½ cups shredded raw cheese
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil + extra for greasing
  • ¼ teaspoon sea salt
  • ⅛ teaspoon black pepper


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and grease a 9-inch pie pan with coconut oil.
  2. Heat coconut oil and onions over medium heat in sauce pan until onions are soft. Stir in spinach and cook until excess moisture has evaporated.
  3. In a bowl, combine eggs, cheese, salt and pepper. Stir.
  4. Add spinach mixture and blend together.
  5. Scoop into pan and bake for 30 minutes.

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  1. Lucille DeLoia on

    To cut down on cholesterol I use Egg Beaters original instead of eggs and there’s no change in texture or taste yet the decrease in cholesterol is significant. I use 1/4 cup of Egg Beaters for one egg so for this recipe it would be 2 cups of Egg Beaters. Enjoy.


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