This asparagus quiche is packed with tender asparagus, tangy feta cheese, and mozzarella cheese. Baked to perfection in a flakey pie crust!

Asparagus Quiche in a baking pan

Looking for something interesting to make for Sunday brunch with that bunch of asparagus in your fridge? This quick asparagus quiche looks like it came straight from the local bakery and tastes even better. It’s also great for all you meal preppers out there who like to have quick breakfasts on the fly.

Note: For this recipe, you’ll need to pick up some store bought pie crust or pie dough. If you’re craving 100% homemade, check out our crazy easy recipe for Flaky Pie Crust.

Ingredients for Asparagus Quiche

How to Make this Simple Asparagus Quiche

Using a premade pie crust significantly cuts down on the typical prep time required for a quiche. Hello, no need to knead!

  • Prepare the Crust: On a floured surface, unroll the pie crust and transfer it into a pie pan. Next, trim off any long, hanging edges around the perimeter of the pan.
  • Bake the Crust: Cover the crust with parchment paper and fill it with rice or peas to weigh it down (if you have them, you can also use pie weights). Bake it in the oven at 375°F for 25 minutes. Remove the pie crust from the oven, let it cool down, and remove the rice or peas.
  • Fill the Crust: Once cooled, fill the crust with chopped asparagus spears, feta, and mozzarella cheese. Next, whisk the eggs in a separate bowl with heavy cream, salt, and pepper and pour the egg mixture over the veggies and cheese.
  • Bake the Quiche: Finally, bake the quiche at 400°F for about 20 minutes. Enjoy!

Tips & Tricks for Perfect Quiche

Below, find top tips and tricks from our test kitchen for the perfect quiche.

  • Use a 8 or 9-inch pie plate that’s about 2 inches deep. This pie pan from Staub is my absolute favorite. It’s the perfect size for quiche and gives you the perfect egg to crust ratio.
  • Use the knife test to check doneness. Unsure if your quiche is ready? Stick a knife into the center. If it comes out clean, it’s ready!
  • Swap in your favorite ingredients. Consider this quiche the perfect base recipe to tweak. Swap in gruyere cheese or cheddar cheese, your favorite veggies, a handful of herbs, or even your favorite breakfast protein (ham, sausage, or bacon). You can’t go wrong!

A Couple Tasty Sides to Pair with Asparagus Quiche

This quiche is fancy enough to be served at your Easter brunch and casual enough for quick breakfasts throughout the week. To make it a well-rounded meal, pair it with air fryer bacon and oven-roasted potatoes. If you’re looking for something lighter, pair it with a classic garden salad and fresh fruit.

Storing, Freezing, & Reheating

Quiche is a great make-ahead option and also yields some killer leftovers.

  • Storing: To keep the quiche on hand for up to 5 days, store it in an airtight container in the fridge to prevent the eggs from going stale.
  • Freezing: To freeze the quiche after baking, place it on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Pop the sheet in the freezer. Once completely frozen, wrap the quiche tightly in plastic wrap or aluminum foil and transfer to a freezer safe bag.
  • Reheating: To reheat the quiche, pop it in the oven until warmed through (note: Never thaw a frozen quiche. Instead, pop it directly in the oven to reheat it).
Asparagus Quiche slice on a plate


What is the secret to a fluffy quiche?

The secret to any fluffy quiche is half and half. The addition of the dairy makes the eggs fluff up so nicely!

How do you keep a quiche from getting soggy on the bottom?

To prevent quiche from getting soggy on the bottom, bake the pie crust first. This helps it get a bit sturdier before adding the egg in and helps with the overall texture of the pie.

Where can you find premade pie crust?

You can find premade pie crust sheets in the dessert aisle of the freezer section at most grocery stores.

Can you omit the pie crust entirely?

Yes, if you are gluten-free or just watching your carbohydrates you can easily turn this into a crustless quiche recipe by skipping the pie crust. Just make sure you coat the baking dish with cooking spray so the egg doesn’t stick.

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Natalya Drozhzhin

Natalya founded Momsdish to demonstrate that placing a homemade meal on the table is not hard at all. Natalya makes cooking easier and approachable, by simplifying the ingredients, while still producing the same great taste.