Easy Tomato, Spinach and Feta Quiche.

tomato and spinach quiche

Unlike my husband I’m rubbish at following recipes and in an attempt to cut corners and simplify recipes I end up making up my own. This drives my husband mad but I like to freestyle!

Today I bring you the easiest and most delicious quiche recipe ever. I know quiche is made with cream but I like to use milk instead because it makes it lighter and also sometimes I like to use puff pastry for the base instead of shortcrust. I warned you I liked to freestyle! I can assure you though that this recipe is absolutely delicious and there wasn’t even a little crumb left. This quiche is perfect for for brunch or as a light lunch/dinner.


Tomato, Spinach and Feta Quiche Recipe

(Serves 6)


  • 8 eggs
  • 1 pack of shortcrust or puff pastry ready rolled dough (make sure you take it out of the fridge 20 min before you want to use it)
  • 150 ml milk
  • 200 g feta cheese
  • 8 cherry tomatoes halved
  • 200 g of fresh spinach (you can use frozen if you prefer but make sure you defrost it and remove all excess water before adding it)
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste.


  1. Preheat the oven to 180ºC
  2. Line a pie dish with shortcrust pastry, cutting off any excess and pinching the edges
  3. Wilt the spinach in a pan with a small knob of butter. While the spinach is wilting, whisk together the eggs and milk in a bowl.
  4. Poor the egg mix into the pastry case and then spread the feta, tomatoes and spinach over the top.
  5. Bake in the oven for 40 min or until it is set.


And voilá! A cheats quiche recipe for you.

Enjoy this super easy and delicious quiche hot or cold with a refreshing mixed salad.

Leave me a comment. Would love to hear your thoughts.

If you enjoyed this recipe read my other recipes for some more food inspiration.

Love, P

Tomato, Spinach & Feta Quiche Recipe


  1. Sounds delicious. Have never tried quiche with puff pastry and I love feta. I also never follow recipes – it’s all about free styling. Doesn’t work with baking though… Happy New Year. #stayclassymama

  2. Nice recipe, we as a family are very keen on egg and cheese dishes as we are all veggie. I like this variation because a s you say the milk makes it lighter but also I love the use of feta rather than bog standard chedder! Definitely one we will be trying

    Thank you for linking to #foodiefriday

  3. This sounds amazing I’ve never made a quiche before and I’m not a fan of the crumbly pastry on quiche so this sounds perfect !!! Plus feta is always a winner for me !!!

    thank you for linking up with #foodiefriday

  4. This sounds delicious!! I love quiche, for some reason I thought you couldn’t eat it when pregnant (something to do with the consistency made me think the eggs weren’t cooked I think) but after reading your recipe it’s quite clear that I can and I can’t wait to give this a go! #foodiefridays

  5. This looks really nice! I HAVE to follow recipes or it is a disaster – always impressed by people who can amend and wing it and still make nice food! #bigpinklink

  6. Looks so yum and healthy too… I didn’t know quiche is as easy as this. Haven’t tried making quiche before but definitely give this a go. Thanks for sharing this recipe! #TheList

  7. This looks delicious and I love how easy it is. So easy to add different vegetables to. Thanks for sharing 🙂 #TheList

  8. My family also hates that I don’t use recipes and “freestyle” pretty much everything. I have had to work on this more since sharing recipes on my blog. This quiche looks absolutely delicious and like you try different ingredients easily depending on what your family likes. The next time my in-laws come into town I am going to try this.
    #bigpinklink #tastytuesdays #triballove

  9. Oooooh yum yum yum! I’m a fan of a quiche as you may have read. I never use cream, always just a splash of milk in the eggs. I’m going to have to give this a try. Looks beautiful. I’m a free styler too by the way. Doesn’t always work out….! #bigpinklink

  10. Interesting! I have never thought of using puff pastry before and we are big puff pastry fans! And milk as a substitute would be good. I would imagine that it would be a “lighter” quiche but that would work too. I’m bookmarking to try this as we’re quite big quiche eaters. #triballove

  11. Oooooo you’ve found a weakness of mine! I love a good quiche, especially now the weather is changing! Also, I’m so happy this is vegetarian because I’m a vegetarian and finding a nice recipe that doesn’t contain bacon, or just turn into slop or essentially a block of cheese, is great!

    Lu x


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