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Easy Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups

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So…can we talk about Dancing With The Stars for a sec??

I have to admit that I’ve never really watched the show until this season. But when my friend Meg was in town a few weeks ago, we randomly decided to do a girls’ night in and spotted DJ Tanner (!!!) and Winnie from The Wonder Years on the preview and decided to tune in. And DJ is now a conservative mom with 4 kids! And Winnie writes girl-power books about math! And Drew Carey is, like, genuinely cool. And those Olympic ice dancers are so darn humble. And Amy Purdy’s story and dances leave me absolutely speechless each week. And I kind of think that Carrie Ann Inaba is one of the coolest judges ever.

Oh. And I basically cry every single week.

Seriously, why didn’t anyone warn me that this show is such a tearjerker?? I swear, it’s turning into my new Parenthood.

Anyway, since I’m rarely home in the evenings, this show has turned into my new Tuesday morning tradition on Hulu. Which means that said star-crushing, and crying, and cheering, and — yes — much more kitchen dance partying is happening in my kitchen while I cook breakfast. Which happened to be the case on the day that I made these adorable little spinach artichoke quiche cups. (That also happen to be gluten-free!)

They were so good that I just might have done a little flying leap across the kitchen after my first taste. ;)

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I mean, let’s be real — it’s kind of impossible not to love something spinach-artichoke-y. It’s like mac and cheese. Peas and carrots. Milk and cookies.

Spinach and artichokes are just kind of made for each other. (Like, um, Merill and Maks in this week’s episode of Dancing?  Hello, chemistry!!)

The good news about this spinach and artichoke quiche recipe, though, is that it literally just takes a few minutes to whip up. No crust necessary. And you can totally freeze these guys for future breakfasts on-the-go. Here’s the how to:

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Actually, there’s hardly anything to say for this step. Stir everything together!!

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Then portion the mixture into 12 prepared baking cups.

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And bake em’ up to quichy-tasty perfection.

Easy Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups |

Unbelievably easy. And unbelievably good. Dive in!

Easy Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups |

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Easy Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups

  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 12 quiche cups 1x


These delicious spinach artichoke quiche cups are easy to make and delicious to enjoy!


  • 1 (14.5-ounce) can artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
  • 1 package frozen spinach, drained
  • 5 eggs, whisked
  • 3/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 2/3 cup milk (any kind)
  • 1/2 cup chopped white onion
  • 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Prepare 12 baking cups by either spraying them liberally with cooking spray, or lining them with paper liners.
  2. Stir all ingredients together in a large mixing bowl until combined. Portion the mixture into the 12 prepared baking cups so that they are all nearly full.
  3. Bake for about 20 minutes, or until the eggs are set and a toothpick inserted in the middle of the quiche comes out clean. Serve immediately.

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106 comments on “Easy Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups”

  1. Look delicious. Can fresh spinach be substituted for frozen?

  2. i havent seen ‘dancing with the stars’ in such a long time. but these look delicious perfect for busy mornings or lazy brunches. is it possible to make it ahead and freeze it?

  3. These do look awesome ! Pls let us know if we can freeze!

  4. This looks real yummy. We all like spinach and artichokes. Can this be baked in one dish, if so, what size? Thanks for the great recipe.

  5. Fun!! These are perfect for grab and go. Yum!

  6. making mini quiches was one of my first recipes in the kitchen, so I’ve got a soft spot for this one! and obviously anything with spinach & artichoke has my attention, too ;)

  7. mini quiche were one of the first recipes I’ve ever made, so this holds a special place in my heart (stomach?). and obv spinach & artichoke will always get my attention ;)

  8. 1. I have been a DWTS fan for many seasons and I love that you are now hooked! I have actually had the opportunity to go to tapings and it’s pretty cool! Who do you think is going to win?

    2. I agree that spinach and artichokes go together like milk and cookies, mac and cheese!

    3. Pinning these, because they will be the perfect breakfast to make ahead of time when I know I have guests in town!

    • Whaaa? I’m so jealous that you were able to see it live! That’s now on my bucket list. Well, that and dancing with Derek. ;)

  9. Looks delicious!! Can a silicone large muffin pan be used to this? I have one by haven’t cooked with it yet. A little uncertain about using it in the oven. Thanks!

  10. Anything with spinach and artichoke has me hooked! I have yet to have them with eggs so I know what I am making for brunch this weekend!

  11. WOW! Looks delicious. I will make this in about 6 hours. Thanks!

  12. I’m not a great cook, but I love spinach and artichokes! Does the direction, “frozen spinach, thawed and drained” mean the sam thing as “thawed and squeezed dry?”

  13. Yes please!!! I got out of my morning egg cup habit but I need to get back in asap. LOVE artichokes!

  14. Love the idea of having these in the freezer for a quick on-the-go brekky or lunch. I occasionally (OK, perhaps a little more often than occasionally!) grab a spinach-feta pie from the bakery near work (I’m in Greece so they’re super delicious and tempting!), but this spinach and artichoke beauty would definitely be a much healthier option.
    P.S. Do you have the ice-dancing version of dancing with the stars? Love that too!

  15. I bet these would be great to freeze for a quick morning breakfast!

    I haven’t watched Dancing with the Stars but maybe I should tune in. I need a new show to get lost in!

  16. Can we substitute fresh spinach?

  17. Aren’t these just the cutest!!!? I will absolutely be trying these on my next Lazy Sunday! Pinned!

    I don’t watch Dancing with the Stars either but I also spotted “Winnie” and isn’t it crazy how she looks almost the same?! !

  18. Think I’ll add some chopped portabella mushrooms… Has anyone tried that?

  19. I love the idea of having a frozen batch on hand. What’s the best way to warm them up? Should I defrost them first?

    • I would defrost then heat them back up in the oven at 300 F until warm. Or if you’re in a hurry, you could also pop them in the microwave.

  20. Hey Ali, these look delicious! You mentioned the possibility of freezing the quiches so I was wondering, what do you think is the best method to reheat the frozen quiches? Thanks!

  21. Just popped them in the oven. Substituted feta for mozzarella. How do you reheat them from frozen? Mmmm they smell so good.

  22. I made this for a potluck breakfast at work this morning, and it was a hit! I mixed it last night, refrigerated it, then baked it this morning in a greased pie plate instead of muffin tins, at 375 for 35 minutes. Fantastic!

  23. Looks delicious but lacking nutritional info

  24. These look wonderful! I’m going to be making these in mini fashion with feta and sun-dried tomato for a potluck dinner this weekend. Thanks for the recipe – can’t wait to give it a try!

  25. Hi, i was just wondering how long will they be good frozen ? and do you have a good soup recipe for a person who wants to loose weight . Ill eat just about anything

    • They should be good frozen for up to 2 months. I also recommend my 5 Ingredient Chicken Chili Soup for those looking for a lighter option that’s big on flavor.

  26. Hello! These were delicious and very easy! I added some crumbled bacon for my own touch!

  27. These look SO good and I love spinach and artichokes! My question is can these be frozen so you could have them on hand for later?

  28. maravillosa la receta de los quiches, voy a preparala.Mil gracias.Mercy

  29. Hi — Could you include the number of ounces/grams in the package of frozen spinach? I live outside the US so our packages are not a standard size. Thanks! I can’t wait to make these!

  30. You had me at…. spinach and artichoke!!!

  31. Thinking about making these for an appetizer for a cocktail party. Do they fall apart easily or can we just eat them with our fingers?

    • They hold up just fine, so you can eat them with your fingers! We hope you enjoy! : )

  32. Hey Ali,

    Love your site! Just made these with spinach and zucchini because that’s what I had! Awesomesauce =)

  33. I just made these and they were so delicious!! And I don’t like eggs! My fiancé could not stop saying how good they were. Mine did take a little longer than 20 minutes, but that could be because I used fresh spinach, making them a little more liquidy. But I will be making these again. 

  34. Can you use a mini muffin instead of a regular pan.  I’m thinking about using as an appetizer and wanted to make them bite-sized.  That look so good!

    • Rose, you definitely can, that sounds like a great idea! We hope you enjoy these! :)

  35. I just made these and they were delicious.  My boyfriend loved them considering he doesn’t like spinach all that much but gave it a try!! That’s how good they are?I will definitely be making these again.  Can’t wait to try more of your recipes!  Thanks for sharing!!!

  36. Can they be frozen to eat later?

  37. Loos like an easy on the go meal.

  38. the spinach has to be drained. how do we do that? thanks

    • Hi Barbara — just place it in a colander and squeeze it really well with your hands. You’ll probably need to do this a few times, but you shouldn’t need to use any paper towels.


  40. If freezing, what is the recommendation on reheating?

    • We’d recommend reheating these in the oven. No need to thaw beforehand, simply bake (uncovered) in a preheated 375°F oven for about 25 minutes, or until heated through. We hope this helps and that you enjoy!

  41. These sound so delicious! I’d like to make them for brunch next weekend but was wondering how big a package of spinach this calls for. In the LA area, there are several sizes of frozen chopped spinach that are available. Thanks for your help.

    • Thanks, Elana! Most packages of frozen spinach are about 10 ounces and that’s what size we used. We hope you enjoy these! :)

  42. These look delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe. Can I substitute heavy cream for the milk and fresh spinach for the frozen chopped spinach?

    • Thank you, Mary — we hope you enjoy these! And yes, you can definitely use heavy cream instead of milk and fresh spinach instead of frozen!

  43. Sounds delicious! Does it freeze well?

  44. I didn’t think I could make it, but it came out great. It makes a good breakfast on the go.

  45. Absolutely Delish. I use veggie mozzerella and almond milk and lil less onion. *****

  46. Hi! Looks delicious! I was wondering can I make the batter the night before and then pop them in the oven the next morning?


  47. I’ve made these and they are delicious! I even shared the recipe with my sister.

  48. Can you use fresh spinach in this recipe? If so how?

  49. How big a package of frozen spinach should you use? Thank you.

  50. Can you share the nutritional info on these please?