Looking for the best side dishes to serve with quiche? Whether you are entertaining, hosting a holiday brunch, breakfast, lunch, or dinner, find the best sweet and savory sides to go with quiche all right here!
The versatility of quiche makes it a tasty meal for a variety of occasions. While egg dishes generally bring breakfast to mind, the endless possibilities of savory quiche fillings makes it a popular dinner option as well.
Find infinite possibilities and pairings for what to serve with quiche all in one complete resource! These easy side dishes compliment any egg casserole or quiche recipe, such as Cottage Cheese Quiche or Christmas Quiche (pictured above!), stratas, frittatas, egg bakes, and more!
quiche dinner or lunch sides
Looking for ideas of what to serve with quiche for dinner? Quiche makes a wonderful weeknight dinner option because it’s affordable and a great way to save leftovers from spoiling!
Below find what goes well with quiche when serving it for lunch or dinner, either for family or guests!
- Green salads
- Roasted vegetables
- French bread
- Steamed veggies
- Fruit salad
- Chicken salad
- Ham steaks
- Garlic bread
- Pasta salad
- Potato pancakes
- Tuna salad
sides for brunch
Whether you are hosting a brunch or entertaining for breakfast, find the best dishes to serve with quiche for brunch or breakfast below. These sides pair well with any quiche recipe, as well as a variety of egg dishes, such as Breakfast Egg Muffins, frittatas, hash brown casserole, or Egg Green Chili Casserole.
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- Baked Oatmeal
- Potato pancakes
- Yogurt parfaits
- Hash browns
- French Toast
- Fruit salad
- Cottage cheese
- Breakfast potatoes
More sides to serve with quiche
If you are still looking for more great side dishes or what goes well with quiche for brunch, dinner, Mother’s Day, or a holiday breakfast below are some of my favorites to serve with it!
Salads – Sun Dried Tomato Pasta Salad, fresh fruit salad, Sweet Potato Salad, green salad with balsamic vinaigrette or lemon and olive oil, Harvest Salad, coleslaw, Chickpea Avocado Salad, broccoli salad, or Strawberry Salad
quiche filling ideas
Quiche recipes are so popular because they are versatile for different taste, textures, and preferences. Plus, they are a wonderful way to use up leftover protein, Easter or Christmas ham, Thanksgiving turkey, or roast veggies.
Venture beyond the traditional Quiche Lorraine and put a variety of ingredients to good use. Whether you are using up leftovers, produce past its prime, or entertaining, mix and match any of these quiche add-in fillings!
- Leftover meats – turkey, chicken, ham
- Spinach, swiss chard, or kale
- Cheeses – gouda, parmesan, swiss, gruyere, feta cheese, mozzarella, brie, goat cheese, cheddar cheese, ricotta
- Leftover grilled or roasted veggies
- Caramelized onions
- Sausage – Italian, breakfast sausage, chorizo
- Bell peppers
- Red onions
- Green chilies
faQ about quiche
For best results reheat quiche either in the oven. Place the slice of quiche on a wire rack and heat in a 350ºF oven for 5-10 minutes. If the crust is becoming overly browned, protect it with foil. For a whole quiche, reheat for 20-30 minutes, being sure to loosely over the crust.
Yes. Quiche may be frozen either before baking or after. To freeze before baking, freeze the filling and crust separately for best results. Leftover quiche may also be frozen up to three months. Either unbaked or baked quiche may be reheated straight from frozen.
Although both are made primarily with eggs with a variety of add-ins, a quiche has a pastry pie crust while a frittata is crustless. Frittatas also cook faster because they are started off on the oven and finish cooking in the oven.
Yes. Whether you need a dairy-free quiche recipe or are looking for a different spin on a traditional recipe, there are a variety of mix-ins to replicate heavy cream. Silken tofu, ricotta, cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, evaporated milk, or half-and-half all make great substitutions for cream.
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30 Best Sides to Serve with Quiche : Roasted Carrots and Apples
- 2 apples, cored and thickly sliced (see recipe notes for recommended variety)
- 1 pound carrots (if thicker than 1-inch diameter, halve)
- 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 tablespoon whole stone ground mustard (or dijon mustard)
- 1 teaspoon kosher salt
- ⅛ teaspoon ground pepper
- ⅛ teaspoon ground coriander
- ⅛ teaspoon Allspice
- Preheat the oven to 425ºF. Spray a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray. Prepare the carrots and apples and place them on the baking sheet.2 apples, cored and thickly sliced,1 pound carrots
- In a small bowl whisk together the maple syrup, olive oil, mustard, salt, pepper, and spices.1 tablespoon pure maple syrup,1 tablespoon olive oil,1 tablespoon whole stone ground mustard,1 teaspoon kosher salt,⅛ teaspoon ground pepper,⅛ teaspoon ground coriander,⅛ teaspoon Allspice
- Drizzle the glaze over the carrots and apples and toss to combine. Lay out the mixture evenly on the pan, making sure everything lies flat in a single layer.
- Bake for 15 minutes, or until the side touching the baking sheet starts to brown. Toss and flip the carrots and apples. Return to the oven and roast for 15 more minutes, or until tender and starts to caramelize.
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- To achieve golden, caramelized exteriors, it’s important to not crowd the pan. If the contents can’t lie flat in a single layer, divide the mixture between two pans, rotating halfway through.
- The initial bake is longer to create a browned exterior. Leave the carrots and apples be, not tossing or moving, until the side touching the baking sheet starts to brown.
- If carrots are thick, slice lengthwise to make two thinner halves. When I roast carrots, I leave some whole and halve others to make sure they are uniform and cook at the same rate.
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