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What To Serve With Quiche: 102 Best Sides

What To Serve With Quiche: 102 Best Sides

Wondering what to serve with quiche? This list has you covered, with everything from simple salads to hearty soups. 

There’s also a money-saving list of items you could pick up from the store, and some quick meal inspiration!

We have some ideas for what to eat with quiche, whether you’re whipping up a side to go with your neighborhood bakery’s quiche, or a quiche you made yourself.

You can make it for breakfast and brunch, enjoy it with a cup of coffee or better yet, serve it for dinner when you need something hot and easy to whip up.

Sometimes quiche on its own is just not enough, though. This is especially true if you plan to serve it for a couple of people for dinner, lunch, or brunch. 

You can stretch a whole quiche to serve 8 people if you serve a couple of sides alongside it. For that reason, we have compiled a list of our favorite sides for quiche that you can whip up in no time.

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Tips to save money and time

Some days, you may just want some ideas for what to pick up at the store and spare yourself the cost of ingredients. Plus, we can’t always be in the kitchen whipping things up from scratch. 

Here are the top 10 most popular items to serve with quiche:

  • Salad. A simple bagged salad kit can be a great way to add some freshness and lightness to your quiche. You can choose any type of salad you like, but a green salad with vinaigrette dressing is a classic choice.
  • Soup. Soup is a hearty and flavorful way to warm up on a cold day. A creamy soup like tomato soup or broccoli cheddar soup is a great pairing for quiche.
  • Fruit. Fruit is a refreshing and healthy way to end your meal. A fruit salad or a plate of fresh berries is a great way to round out your quiche.
  • Bread. A crusty piece of bread is a classic accompaniment to quiche. You can choose any type of bread you like, but a baguette or a croissant is a great option.
  • Crackers. Crackers are a light and crispy way to enjoy quiche. You can choose any type of crackers you like, but saltines or graham crackers are a great option.
  • Chips. Chips are a crunchy and flavorful way to enjoy quiche. You can choose any type of chips you like, but potato chips or tortilla chips are a great option.
  • Bell peppers in the air fryer. Seriously, you don’t need to do anything besides wash them. They come out slightly charred, soft, and sweet. Slide three roasted minis onto everyone’s plate.
  • Sauce. Sauce can add some flavor and richness to your quiche. You can choose any type of sauce you like, but hollandaise sauce or béchamel sauce are delish.
  • Potatoes. Toss a simple, humble sweet potato in the microwave!
  • Garnishes. Garnishes can add some visual appeal and flavor to your quiche. You can choose any type of garnish you like, but chopped herbs, bacon bits, or shredded cheese is a great option.

These are just a few of the many popular items that you can serve with quiche. With so many options to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect accompaniment for your quiche.

Quick meal inspiration

If you’re looking for a little help deciding, let’s take a look at some of our recommendations for what to serve with quiche.

With quiche that has seafood: Cheddar Bay Biscuits, Homemade Seafood Chowder, and an Easy Arugula, or Steamed Green Beans With Lemon.

With a mild quiche: go for bold flavors for your sides: Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus, Bacon-Wrapped Dates, Roasted Vegetable Bisque.

Heavily cheesy or meaty quiche needs light sides: Fruit salad, arugula with lemon vinaigrette, tomato basil soup.

What To Serve With Quiche

Thanks to all the eggs and cheese in it, a quiche is often a stick-to-your-ribs kind of meal. This is why pairing it with a light green salad made with romaine, iceberg, or a mix of both, with just a few fresh vegetables can be a good idea. 

Add a nice homemade ranch, blue cheese, or thousand island dressing, and you are good to go. Make a salad with fresh greens and tangy vinaigrette, and you will have the perfect side to complement your quiche.

Ingredients include: Mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, English cucumbers, red onion, and balsamic vinaigrette.

If you have made a savory quiche, especially one with proteins like chicken or crab, pairing it with a fruit salad is a good option. Depending on which fresh fruits are available in your region, make a simple chopped fruit salad or hot compote and serve it with your quiche and a glass of white wine. 

Ingredients include: Strawberries, pineapple, grapes, blueberries, and mandarin oranges.

One perfect side for quiche is a bowl of fresh and sweet berries. This pair will be most appropriate if you plan to serve quiche at a picnic or evening tea. Though fresh berries on their own are excellent, you can go the extra mile by topping with fresh cream and powdered sugar, too.

Ingredients include: Berries, lime juice, sugar, vanilla pudding mix, and whipping cream.

You can buy one of those big rectangular containers of spring mix, organic or otherwise, for just a few dollars and you can serve a whole table of people with a side of tossed mixed greens. 

Tip: Season your greens! Salt and pepper, steak seasoning, celery seasoning, and other spice blends all do wonders for greens.

Ingredients include: Mixed greens, red onion, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and garlic.

Here’s our Champagne Vinaigrette that isn’t sweet at all and would make a nice tossed greens side.

Soups go well with quiche, especially in fall and winter to add to the warmth and comfort of the meal. So if you are making a quiche with a heavy cheesy filling, like a Cheese Onion quiche, tomato soup would pair well.

Ingredients include: Tomatoes, onion, flour, vegetable stock, and tomato paste.

Combine in a blender several kinds of cooked vegetables, add sour cream, bacon, and chives to create tasty and excellent bisque. Though this side takes time, it will be well worth it when you eat the bisque and quiche together.

Ingredients include: Vegetables, avocado oil, vegetable broth, salt, and garlic powder.

Yes, the simple wedge salad with a nice chunk of iceberg lettuce, blue cheese dressing, chopped cooked bacon, red onion, and cherry tomatoes. 

Ingredients include: Bacon, cherry tomatoes, iceberg lettuce, red onion, and blue cheese dressing.

I remember having Pea Salad at my aunt’s house as a child and not being too sure about shredded cheese in a cold salad. And yet, now that I’m (almost) grown-up, this chilled and easy peasy (get it?) make-ahead salad.

It’s a nice side for simple Onion-and-Cheddar Quiche.

Ingredients include: Frozen peas, bacon, shredded cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, shredded mozzarella cheese.

This is a classic at potlucks back in the day. If you’re throwing it down old school, grab your cans of cooked beans and get this one ready ahead, and pull it out just as you’re serving the warmed quiche.

Ingredients include: Black beans, cannellini beans, kidney beans, onion, and olive oil.

The salty crunch of celery with the sweet apples and a simple mayo dressing has transformed over the years from creme fraiche in the 90s, to today’s base of an emulsified mixture of Dijon mustard, olive oil, champagne vinegar, egg yolk, and white truffle oil.

Today’s Waldorf Salad recipe is often dotted with marshmallows and mandarin oranges, which then become a different salad altogether. This one’s a classic if you’re wondering what to serve with quiche.

Ingredients include: Romaine lettuce, apples, grapes, celery, and mayonnaise.

Make this pudding fruit salad as sweet as you want, but for a touch of yum that goes nicely in bowls like these cuddle up next to your plates of quiche, this is the way to go. This salad is easy to customize—leave out the stuff you don’t like, and add in the stuff you do, and make it your own. 

Ingredients include: Instant vanilla pudding mix, green grapes, strawberries, mini marshmallows, and mandarin oranges.

A wonderfully fresh, light take on everything we love about cheesecake. 

Ingredients include: Fresh fruit, heavy cream, cream cheese, vanilla extract, and powdered sugar.

This can be bought or made from scratch but my only rule with eating bright, creamy lemon curd by the spoonful is to have it chilled and spooned on the plate alongside a nice big slice of warm quiche. 

Lemon curd is both tangy and sweet, and it brings out the best in a Spinach Quiche.

Ingredients include: Lemon juice, granulated sugar, lemon zest, unsalted butter, and large egg yolks.

Yep, you can roast asparagus in the oven, but there is something special about grilling it on hot coals or even gas grills. 

The char makes the asparagus crisp, so if you have the time and good weather, lightly oil enough asparagus so every guest gets three asparagus spears with their large cut of quiche. 

Ingredients include: Asparagus, kosher salt, ground black pepper, extra virgin olive oil, and lemon.

So hearty, sweet, salty, satisfying. I have to admit I love Bacon-Wrapped Dates with anything and everything. Even though these tend to be both heavy on carbs, calories, sugar, and fat (that’s about everything, right?) I tell myself that I’m getting some fruit in for the day. 

These may present better as an appetizer at your next brunch rather than a true side dish for quiche, but I wanted an excuse to add them to this list.

Ingredients include: Large dates, bacon, honey, olive oil, and salt.

We were so surprised by this side dish recipe and how well it goes with quiche—cold or warm. Renee’s a real fan of rice in all its forms, and it turns out that it is WONDERFUL with fruit. 

One day I made a quiche and had it warmed up with a nice dish of this Rice and Fruit Salad on the side. A must-try, and leftovers are pretty spectacular, too.

Ingredients include: Blueberries, peaches, strawberries, rice, and orange juice.

I’ve been making Cranberry Compote for years, decades.

This doesn’t use orange juice or orange zest in my original recipe, but I have added it to see what it does.

I’ve eaten this hot and cold, but you don’t need much to add a nice pop of flavor with your freshly baked quiche or your next-day reheated quiche. This recipe is very tangy, so if you want to cut the acid, add a ½ c. table sugar to the recipe as it stands.

Ingredients include: Fresh cranberries, fresh ginger, pears, rosemary, and maple syrup.

Is it a dressing, or is it a salad? Depending on who you ask, it’s both or either. It’s a gorgeous green color, and it will make a spectacular, gorgeous salad family-style on the table where your guests can serve themselves.

Ingredients include: Brussels sprouts, small cabbage, avocados, green onions, and Persian cucumbers.

Sometimes something as simple as garlic bread can pair perfectly with a hearty and cheesy quiche. A great thing about this quiche side dish is that it is easy and straightforward to prepare.

Ingredients include: French baguette, garlic, Italian parsley, unsalted butter, and parmesan cheese.

A nice cornbread is easy to prepare and store if you plan to serve quiche for dinner, lunch, or brunch.

Ingredients include: Cornmeal, plain flour, caster sugar, baking powder, and milk.

If you are serving a lighter, cheese-free vegetable quiche, chicken soup will help balance the meal out. Twice the comfort food chic, a chicken broth, Italian wedding soup, or chicken noodle will round out a slice of quiche, especially in the chilly months.

Ingredients include: Whole chicken, garlic, onion, chicken broth, and thyme.

Another simple side for quiche is sweet potato fries if you don’t want anything heavy and don’t want your quiche to take center stage. Toss them in oil, smoked paprika, and sea salt, and bake them.

Ingredients include: Sweet potatoes, smoked paprika, sea salt, and olive oil.

Crunchy, cold, with either a creamy or vinegar bite, cabbage-based slaws add a pop of color to your plate, and a nice cut to that rich comfort food of quiche. You really can’t mess up a slaw, either. The cabbage, either green or purple or both, is sturdy and holds up well made hours before you are ready to serve. 

Ingredients include: Carrots, coleslaw mix, mayonnaise, apple cider vinegar, and a large apple.

Give our other slaws a try: No-Mayo Carolina Slaw & Asian Slaw!

This is our recipe for a sweet potato side that offers the tasty better-for-you potato in a not-so-sweet sidecar for quiche brunch. We think this side for quiche is as easy to make and as it is absolutely delicious. 

Add the Cranberry Compote (#17) to this, too, for a colorful and well-rounded fall meal.

Ingredients include: Sweet potatoes, thyme, ground allspice, ground cinnamon, and unsalted butter.

A nice saucy dish of Scalloped Potatoes are a nice touch, especially if you have a light-flavored quiche, maybe just a cheesy quiche, or a bacon quiche.

Ingredients include: Potatoes, kosher salt, paprika, all-purpose flour, and garlic powder.

Never thought grilled peaches were a thing until we just experimented one day because our charcoal grill was still hot and ready. Here’s our take on what is a lightly sweet, delectable, and mouthwatering idea, and made an amazing salad out of it!

It’s a must-try.

Ingredients include: Peaches, romaine lettuce, champagne vinegar, honey, and lemon juice.

If you are wondering what to eat with quiche but don’t want to make anything time-consuming, then corn on a cob is an excellent option. It is simple but tasty.

Ingredients include: Corn on the cob, butter, salt, and pepper.

If you are thinking about what to serve with quiche, simple roasted vegetables, like okra, green beans, carrots, and potatoes, will be a tasty side dish. Try roasting a big sheet pan of chunks of broccoli, bell pepper, red onion, yellow squash, and zucchini. 

Ingredients include: Dried basil, garlic, red onion, red bell pepper, and yellow squash.

Though not precisely a quiche side dish, beverages are an absolute must with quiche. 
Wine, hot cocoa, tea, coffee, lightly flavored fizzy water, or fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice—practically any type of beverage makes quiche taste even better. 

Ingredients include: Lime juice, cranberry juice, sparkling water, and citrus-flavored vodka.

Broccoli Cheddar is a creamy and flavorful soup that is a great way to tell people you’re eating your veggies. It is made with broccoli, cheddar cheese, and chicken broth, and it is typically served with a side of crusty bread and a big slice of your favorite quiche.

Ingredients include: Chicken broth, milk, cheddar broccoli soup mix, broccoli, and cheddar.

This Fruit, Yogurt & Granola Parfait is a light and easy-to-make side dish that goes great with quiche. With just three simple ingredients, it’s packed with flavor and texture. The combination of sweet and tangy fruit, smooth yogurt, and crispy granola creates a delightful contrast. 

Ingredients include: Fresh fruits, vanilla yogurt, and granola. 

These Baked Stuffed Apples make for a tasty, aesthetically appealing side dish or snack. They are stuffed with a mixture of sweet and spicy ingredients, then baked to perfection for a warm and comforting treat. 

Ingredients include: Apples, oats, brown sugar, walnuts, and cinnamon.

New England Clam Chowder is a classic soup loved for its luscious texture and rich, savory flavors. This recipe combines succulent clams, diced potatoes, onions, and celery, simmered in a creamy and indulgent broth. 

Serve this comforting soup as a side to complement delicious seafood-style quiches.

Ingredients include: Clams, bay leaf, bacon, heavy cream, and flour.

These Air Fryer Hasselback Potatoes look chef-created yet simple to prepare, impressing both novice and seasoned home cooks. The potatoes are seasoned with a perfect blend of spices and herbs and have a tasty mix of crispy edges and tender insides. 

Ingredients include: Russet potatoes, olive oil, garlic, parmesan cheese, and ground pepper.

This caramelized delight is cooked in minutes using bananas and a few simple ingredients. When cooked in an air fryer, the bananas become soft and caramelized on the outside while staying warm and gooey on the inside, creating a delightful and unique partner to any slice of quiche.

Ingredients include: Bananas, brown sugar, cinnamon, and unsalted butter.

Elevate your quiche game with this Shrimp Stuffed Avocado. This recipe features ripe avocado halves stuffed with juicy shrimp, a creamy texture, and a blend of flavorful spices. 

The result?

A light, savory, and guilt-free dish that is perfect as an appetizer or light entree.

Ingredients include: Jumbo shrimp, ground cumin, lemon juice, avocados, and pineapple.

This Oven Roasted Tomatoes and Zucchini is a crowd-pleaser that tastes like it came from a high-end Italian restaurant. It’s made by roasting fresh zucchini and juicy tomatoes until tender and caramelized, giving every bite a rush of sweet and savory flavors. 

Ingredients include: Zucchini, cherry tomatoes, Italian seasoning, onion powder, and parmesan cheese.

These Greek Salad Skewers are a colorful and refreshing side dish that goes well with any meal, especially quiche. Skewered cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese, and Kalamata olives are drizzled with a zesty Greek vinaigrette. 

You can prepare them ahead of time and refrigerate until serving.

Ingredients include: Cherry tomatoes, English cucumber, black olives, Italian seasoning, and feta cheese.

This Cheese Plate is a delightful side to pair with quiche. It offers a range of cheeses as well as snacks such as crackers, fruits, and nuts. 

The blend of flavors and textures creates a perfect balance of sweet and salty, crunchy and creamy. It’s flexible and can be customized with your favorite cheeses and snacks.

Ingredients include: Prosciutto, salami, brie, goat cheese, blue cheese, almonds, and grapes.

These Croutons are a homemade treat that is easy to make and adds a delicious crunch to your quiche. Made with fresh bread and seasonings, they’re far superior to store-bought croutons. These morsels have a delightful texture with a crunchy on the outside while still slightly chewy on the inside. 

Ingredients include: French bread, olive oil, butter, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper.

This one is a hearty and flavorful soup that doesn’t HAVE to be topped with the cheese and bread, but it sure makes it luscious. It is made with onions, beef broth, and Gruyère cheese, a deeply flavored soup that is famous for coming alongside nearly any flavor quiche.

Ingredients include: Onions, butter, thyme, beef broth, bouillon cube, and Gruyere cheese.

These Sun-Dried Tomatoes provide a burst of summer flavor. This recipe slow-roasts ripe tomatoes in the oven, resulting in a chewy texture and a sweet, savory flavor. To make the dish even more flavorful, fresh or dried herbs can be added to complement the tomatoes.

Ingredients include: Bay leaves, cherry tomatoes, olive oil, and kosher salt.

This Chopped Herbs & Oil is a must-have side for quiche, made by combining freshly chopped herbs with oil. The herbs add a burst of aromatic flavors that enhance the rich and savory taste of the quiche. (And a nice chunk of fresh bread, too)

Ingredients include: Herbs, olive oil, garlic cloves, salt, and pepper.

Béchamel sauce is a velvety, creamy sauce made from a roux of butter and flour, whisked with milk until thickened. The subtle flavor of nutmeg makes it an excellent companion to many dishes, including quiche. 

Its versatility and simplicity have made it a timeless classic in French cuisine.

Ingredients include: Unsalted butter, all-purpose flour, whole milk, ground nutmeg, and white pepper.

Minestrone is a hearty Italian soup that combines a rich tomato base with various vegetables, beans, and pasta. The soup’s unique flavor comes from the combination of herbs and spices,

Not only delicious but a great way to incorporate more vegetables into your meal. 

Ingredients include: Tomatoes, zucchini, green beans, cannellini, elbow macaroni, and Parmesan cheese.

Looking for a tasty side to go with your quiche? Look no further than the classic Cobb Salad. This easy-to-make salad has a variety of flavors and textures, including crisp romaine lettuce, juicy tomatoes, creamy avocado, and tangy blue cheese. The homemade ranch dressing brings everything together with a zesty kick. 

With only a few minutes of prep time, this salad is ideal for hectic nights.

Ingredients include: Greek yogurt, milk, ranch dressing mix, romaine lettuce, boiled eggs, blue cheese crumbles, and tomatoes.

Nothing beats a fresh and zesty salad on a warm day, and this Cucumber Tomato Salad with Dill & Basil is just the thing. 

This salad, made with crisp cucumbers, juicy tomatoes, and a fragrant herb combination, packs a tasty punch perfect for any occasion. 

For best results, refrigerate the salad for at least an hour before serving.

Ingredients include: Basil, cucumber, dill, red onion, and tomatoes.

A classic pairing, chicken salad is often part of a luncheon trio that includes soup, salad, and quiche! Easy and still hearty, this comes together without a lot of prep.

Ingredients include: Chicken, garlic powder, grapes, onion stalks, mayo, and Dijon mustard.

Admission time: I used to eat the condensed kind straight out of the can when I was a kid. I still love it, but this time I’m an adult about it, and I love bigger mushrooms and lots more fresh flavor that comes from making a recipe like this one.

Ingredients include: Baby bella mushrooms, yellow onion, all-purpose flour, garlic powder, half-and-half, and dried thyme.

This Caesar Salad recipe is a twist on the classic, without anchovies or raw eggs. The creamy dressing pairs perfectly with crisp Romaine lettuce, crunchy croutons, and Parmesan cheese. It makes for a delicious and refreshing side dish, especially alongside quiche.

Ingredients include: Garlic, romaine lettuce, lemon juice, egg-free mayo, and mustard.

This delightful Baby Spinach Salad boasts a symphony of flavors and textures, featuring crunchy pecans, succulent berries, and creamy cheese. The fruity raspberry vinaigrette matches the berries, uniting all elements in a harmonious medley that brightens up any quiche.

Ingredients include: Baby spinach, blueberries, shallots, strawberries, and Dijon mustard.

Serving this Rice Pudding Parfait is a delicious way to round up your quiche meal. It has layers of creamy rice pudding and homemade applesauce on top of whipped cream. 

The sweet and creamy flavors of the pudding balance out the tartness of the applesauce, creating a wonderful and memorable dessert.

Ingredients include: Cinnamon, heavy cream, applesauce, rice pudding, and sugar.

Trail Mix is a quick and easy snack that lets you enjoy a mix of sweet and salty flavors with a satisfying crunch. It’s a blend of nuts, seeds, dried fruits, and chocolate chips that are air-fried for a crispy texture.

This recipe saves time by using an air fryer to roast the nuts in just 10 minutes.

Ingredients include: Almonds, pecans, walnuts, cashew, raisins, and cranberries.

Stuffed Peppers are your new favorite side for quiche. They are baked to perfection and have a satisfying texture. 

There’s no rice, but it still tastes just like the classic recipe.

Ingredients include: Ground beef, bell peppers, tomato sauce, garlic, and mozzarella cheese.

These Air Fryer Tortilla Chips are a game-changer! Made with just a few simple ingredients, they are crispy and crunchy. This recipe takes advantage of the air fryer to achieve the perfect texture without the need for a deep fryer. 

Ingredients include: Corn tortillas, vegetable oil, and salt.

Here’s another hearty side dish that’s sure to please. The roasting process brings out the natural sweetness of the butternut squash, resulting in a caramelized and soft texture.The recipe has a savory touch with a blend of spices and herbs, making it the ideal accompaniment to a savory quiche. 

For a dessert variation, sweeten it with cinnamon and brown sugar.

Ingredients include: Butternut squash, garlic, rosemary, pepper, and olive oil.

This Cheese Bread, also known as Pão de Queijo, is a scrumptious side dish from Brazil. The chewy bread balls have a crunchy surface and a soft, cheesy middle that’s truly addictive. 

Ingredients include: Egg, tapioca flour, salt, cheddar, milk, and mozzarella cheese.

This recipe starts with a soffritto, a traditional Italian method that involves gradually sautéing chopped veggies in oil. This gives a flavorful base for the soup and adds depth to the overall dish. The lentils provide a pleasant texture, while the flavorful spices create a rich and earthy flavor. 

Ingredients include: Onion, carrots, celery stalks, lentils, and canned tomatoes.

Our homemade Italian family recipe for Alfredo Sauce is a true indulgence. This sauce is incredibly rich and savory, with a smooth and velvety texture, thanks to a wonderful combination of cream and spices. This sauce, which is ideal for pasta or as a side dish for quiche, can take any dinner to new heights.

Ingredients include: Half and half, heavy cream, asiago, parmesan, butter, and garlic powder.

For a light side dish, try this Green Salad. This special salad showcases a harmonious blend of mixed greens, juicy tomatoes, and crisp cucumbers. The highlight of this recipe lies on the zesty vinaigrette, which provides a delightful contrast to richer dishes like quiche. 

Ingredients include: Baby greens, grape tomatoes, celery, English cucumber, red onion, and red wine vinegar.

Here’s the ultimate sidekick for your quiche. These nuts are roasted and coated in a magical blend of sweet and spicy seasonings that will knock your socks off. They’re versatile, as you can use different types of nuts and seasonings to personalize the recipe to your liking. 

Ingredients include: Almonds, pecan, pepitas, cayenne, and maple syrup.

Focaccia is an Italian flatbread that is ideal for sharing. This recipe has a soft and chewy dough that’s infused with olive oil and topped with aromatic rosemary and sea salt. 

Its crispy crust and soft crumb make it a tasty and flexible accompaniment to any meal, particularly quiche. 

Ingredients include: Olive oil, all-purpose flour, instant yeast, garlic cloves, and rosemary.

Summer Melon Board is a light addition to your quiche and uses a variety of sweet melons, refreshing veggies, and creamy mozzarella balls. 

The beauty of this recipe is in the way it’s presented on a board, making it an eye-catching centerpiece for any gathering.

Ingredients include: Watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe, canary melon, feta cheese, mint, and cherry tomatoes.

This Bruschetta is a simple yet delicious recipe that embodies the essence of Italian cuisine. The explosion of flavors from the juicy tomatoes and aromatic herbs is exceptional, and the crisp texture of the bread is simply enticing.

Ingredients include: Tomatoes, basil leaves, dried oregano, balsamic vinegar, and baguette.

The savory flavors and crispy texture of these Parmesan Green Beans blends well with the creamy, rich taste of the quiche. Roasting the green beans in the oven allows the seasoning to stick to them, creating a crispy texture and even flavor distribution.  

Ingredients include: Green beans, olive oil, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, and salt.

This dish requires at least 20 minutes of cooking time, and the longer it cooks, the less chewy and tender the farro grains become. With its richly flavored roasted vegetables, this Farro Salad is an excellent side dish to the creamy and savory quiche.

Ingredients include: Carrots, cherry tomatoes, corn, zucchini, faro, and red wine.

This homemade Hollandaise Sauce is a game-changer. Its rich and buttery flavor, velvety texture, and tangy kick of lemon juice will elevate any dish, especially quiche. 

Once you’ve tasted the difference between homemade and store-bought, you’ll never settle for the latter again. Though it may take some practice to achieve perfection, the result is well worth the effort.

Ingredients include: Lemon, egg yolks, mustard, cayenne pepper, and butter.

This recipe is so tasty that it rivals even the best croissants from a bakery. Their flaky, buttery texture and slightly sweet flavor make for a satisfying contrast to the creamy and savory filling of the quiche. 

Try making these croissants ahead of time and reheating them just before serving to ensure they’re at their flakiest and most delicious.

Ingredients include: Egg, flour, granulated sugar, instant yeast, butter, and whole milk.

Crisp cucumber, creamy spreads, and delicate herbs combine for a refreshing and customizable side dish. These sandwiches boast a delightful interplay of flavors and textures. With the option to dress them up in countless ways, these sandwiches can be tailored to suit any occasion. 

Ingredients include: Cucumber, mayonnaise, paprika, white bread, and pepper.

These Cheesy Garlic Biscuits are a delicious copycat version of the popular Red Lobster recipe. The biscuits have a crispy golden crust and a fluffy interior, while being infused with irresistible garlic and butter flavors. 

Ingredients include: Parsley flakes, garlic powder, baking powder, flour, and cheddar cheese.

This one is a refreshing and easy-to-prepare side dish highlighting beefsteak tomatoes’ juicy and sweet flavors. The flavor and texture rely heavily on the tomatoes’ quality, so it’s important to choose ones that are plump, juicy, and fragrant.

Ingredients include: Basil, garlic cloves, red onion, tomatoes, and red wine vinegar.

These Soft Pretzels are a classic snack with a chewy, salty exterior and soft, fluffy interior. This recipe makes an excellent side for quiche or can be enjoyed on its own with your favorite dipping sauce. 

Hot tip: The water temperature shouldn’t be too hot, which can kill the yeast and make the rising process difficult. 

Ingredients include: Sugar, all-purpose flour, butter, baking soda, egg yolk, and salt.

With or without chicken, tortilla soup can be as hearty or light as you want. The typical Mexican-inspired flavors in the broth and garnishes are what make this so especially good.

It is made with tortilla chips, beans, vegetables, and chicken broth, and it is typically served with a side of sour cream, cheese, fresh cilantro, and avocado.

Ingredients include: Chili powder, onion, corn kernels, tortilla chips, lime juice, and black beans.

Here’s your new favorite side for quiche. Season the carrots with thyme and olive oil before roasting at a high temperature to create a crispy and caramelized outside with a delicate and tasty inside. 

This technique intensifies the sweet taste of the carrots while the thyme adds a subtle earthy flavor. 

Ingredients include: Carrots, olive oil, thyme, salt, and pepper.

With these delicious Grilled Tomatoes, you can up your game on your quiche meal. 

The grilled tomatoes are seasoned with fresh rosemary and cooked to perfection, giving them a smokey and savory taste that matches the rich quiche.

Ingredients include: Tomatoes, rosemary, balsamic vinegar, salt, and olive oil.

This one is another side dish for quiche. It uses fresh corn on the cob, brushed with a spicy mayo sauce and sprinkled with Cotija cheese and cilantro. One of the best things about the recipe is it’s easy to make, so you can enjoy this delightful dish without any fuss.

Ingredients include: Canned corn, butter, mayo, Cotija cheese, and red pepper.

These Egg & Cress Finger Sandwiches are an enchanting sidekick for quiche, sure to charm any brunch aficionado. Featuring a harmonious blend of egg mayonnaise and peppery cress, they feature an irresistible interplay of flavors and textures. 

Tailor the experience to your taste buds with your choice of mayonnaise, finely chopped chives, and mustard.

Ingredients include: Bread, egg, mayo, Dijon mustard, and chives.

This Cheesy Creamed Spinach is a versatile, luscious side dish that complements your delectable quiche. Brimming with rich flavors, it marries the earthy undertones of spinach with the sumptuous rich cheese taste.

Embrace your culinary creativity with this customizable recipe, adjusting ingredients to suit your whims and cravings. 

Ingredients include: Milk, spinach, garlic, red onion, and Parmesan cheese.

These bite-sized treats pack a flavorful punch with crispy bacon and sweet brown sugar, all balanced out with a salty cracker base. For optimal texture, avoid using thick-cut bacon as it may not cook evenly and could result in an unstable cracker base. 

Ingredients include: Crackers, bacon, brown sugar, and cayenne pepper.

Want to add a special touch to your quiche? Try this Pecan-Crusted Goat Cheese Log. It’s incredibly easy to make with only four ingredients and no cooking required. The creamy goat cheese is rolled in a crunchy pecan crust, delivering a delightful texture and nutty taste.

Ingredients include: Honey, pecans, goat cheese, and crackers.

Rise and shine with these scrumptious Parmesan Breakfast Potatoes. The combination of crispy texture and cheesy flavor will give your quiche breakfast an extra oomph. Don’t be intimidated by the lengthy ingredient list, this recipe is actually quite easy to follow. 

Ingredients include: Baking potatoes, red bell pepper, red onion, dried herbs, and paprika.

Add some excitement to your quiche with these Cheesy Stuffed Mini Peppers. With a mix of smoky bacon and three kinds of cheese (yes, you read that right!), the flavor is top-notch. And let’s not forget about the sweet roasted mini peppers that add a touch of sweet flavor. 

Ingredients include: Sweet peppers, goat cheese, ricotta cheese, thyme leaves, bacon, and Parmesan cheese.

With only a few key ingredients, this recipe is both easy and delicious. What makes this dish unique is the texture–crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. The air fryer makes quick work of these radishes, heating up in just a minute. 

Ingredients include: Garlic, lemon zest, radishes, rosemary, and olive oil.

Congrats, you found another great side for your quiche. Soft and tangy goat cheese is the star of the show, blended with herbs and spices before being stuffed into sweet, juicy cherry tomatoes. Be sure to fully soften your goat cheese before stuffing to make the process a breeze. 

Ingredients include: Goat cheese, basil, chives, cherry tomatoes, and black pepper.

This creamy Seafood Chowder is a seafood lover’s dream, filled with plump shrimp, tender scallops, and tasty cod. What makes this recipe stand out is the absence of flour in the broth, showcasing the natural essence of the seafood in every sip. 

Ingredients include: Whitefish, shrimp, scallops, potatoes, white wine, and carrots.

The salad combines juicy and vibrant citrus fruits, with at least three different kinds of oranges recommended for maximum flavor. The beauty of this recipe is its versatility; it can be adapted to include any citrus fruits you have on hand. 

Served with sweet citrus vinaigrette, it’s a burst of sunshine on a plate.

Ingredients include: Dijon mustard, honey, apple cider vinegar, beets, navel oranges, and tangelos.

green beans are steamed until tender, offering a satisfying crunch that’s balanced out the bright tang of the lemon juice. Not only is this dish a perfect side for your quiche, but it’s also a refreshing way to enjoy greens. 

Ingredients include: Green beans, olive oil, garlic, lemon, and butter.

Say goodbye to boring salads and hello to a flavor explosion with this Grilled Peach Salad!

This recipe elevates the humble peach to new heights by grilling it to juicy perfection and combining it with a medley of crisp greens, tangy goat cheese, and crunchy nuts. 

The salad is then drizzled with a refreshing champagne-flavored vinaigrette that ties all the flavors together.

Ingredients include: Romaine lettuce, peaches, rotisserie chicken, goat cheese, and lemon juice.

Introducing our delicious and flavorful Blackened Broccoli and YOUR new go-to side for quiche. The magic happens when the broccoli is blackened in a pan with a delicious blend of spices, resulting in a crave-worthy crispy and smoky flavor.

Ingredients include: Broccoli, red pepper flakes, butter, sesame oil, and garlic cloves.

Bite into the scrumptious world of Cheesy Zucchini Fritters, where gooey cheese meets tender zucchini in a crispy golden embrace. These fun, flavorful fritters elevate any quiche side-dish game. Dare to dial up the excitement with a sprinkle of red pepper flakes, turning each munch into a zesty adventure.

Ingredients include: Garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, rosemary, zucchini, and egg. 

This side dish offers a delectable and distinctive way to indulge in a classic fruit that is brimming with taste. Served warm, each bite of the soft and tender fruit is complemented by a delightful smoky flavor and a touch of caramelization.

It’s ideal for those who love light and fruity accompaniment to their quiche meal.

Ingredients include: Peaches, grapeseed oil, pepper, and salt.

This Roasted Pear Salad will blow your taste buds away. The key to this delectable salad is the addition of a well-balanced balsamic reduction. The sweet and tangy notes of the reduction complement the caramelized pears, mixed greens, and shredded parmesan cheese, creating a flavorful medley.

Ingredients include: Spinach, green pears, Parmesan cheese, extra virgin olive oil, and balsamic vinegar.

The creamy and savory blend of cheese, bacon, and herbs creates a heavenly snack that matches well with crackers or as a side for quiche. And whether it’s for brunch or a party, this Cheese Ball With Bacon will wow your guests and leave a lasting impression. 

Ingredients include: Bacon, jalapeño pepper, cream cheese, Mexican-blend cheese, and smoked paprika.

If you’re looking for an indulgent salad, the Strawberry Goat Cheese Salad is the way to go. 

It combines crisp mixed greens with juicy strawberries, creamy goat cheese, and crunchy walnuts, all dressed in a tangy balsamic vinaigrette that’s as refreshing as it is delicious. Not to mention, the different textures in this salad make it more enjoyable and satisfying. 

Ingredients include: Pint strawberries, spring mix spinach, walnuts, balsamic vinegar, and garlic clove.

This Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus recipe pairs well with a variety of main courses, including quiche. The asparagus spears are carefully wrapped with thinly sliced prosciutto and then cooked under the broiler until the prosciutto is crispy and the asparagus is tender. 

Ingredients include: Asparagus spears, prosciutto, extra virgin olive oil, and black pepper.

A savory combination of roasted poblano pepper, creamy goat cheese, and turkey sausage is used to stuff these yummy portobello mushrooms. 

The poblano pepper offers a subtle smoky and spicy bite, while the sausage adds an incredible depth of flavor. If you have the time, make the filling ahead of time to allow the flavors to meld together and intensify.

Ingredients include: Poblano pepper, Turkey sausage, extra virgin olive oil, goat cheese, and Portobello mushrooms.

This is a hearty and flavorful soup that is perfect for a winter meal. It is made with black beans, corn, tomatoes, and spices, and it is typically served with a side of rice.

Ingredients include: Black beans, red bell pepper, onion, garlic cloves, and red bell pepper.

These skewers create a lovely fusion of flavors and textures, thanks to the juicy cherry tomatoes, fresh small mozzarella balls, and aromatic basil leaves. The standout feature of this recipe is the sweet and tangy balsamic glaze that’s added just before serving, creating a mouthwatering contrast of tastes. 

Ingredients include: Cherry tomatoes, basil leaves, mini mozzarella balls, balsamic vinegar, and extra virgin olive oil.

If you’re in need of a simple yet satisfying dessert to pair with your quiche, try out this Instant Pot Rice Pudding. With just a handful of ingredients and your trusty Instant Pot, you can create a creamy and delicious rice pudding in just 20 minutes. 

Ingredients include: Milk, Arborio rice, vanilla extract, raisins, and eggs.

This tasty Tex-Mex Quinoa Salad offers a unique take on your traditional quinoa salad. 

It’s laden with fluffy quinoa, juicy cherry tomatoes, crunchy red onion, sweet corn, tangy cotija cheese, and creamy avocado. It can be served as a side to quiche or a meal on its own. 

Ingredients include: Quinoa, lime, tomatoes, canned black beans, and Cotija cheese.

This Watermelon Feta Salad is a refreshing summer dish that balances sweet and salty flavors with crisp textures. The salad includes juicy chunks of watermelon, tangy crumbled feta cheese, and fresh cilantro. 

Adjusting the amount of Dijon mustard allows for customization of the dressing to suit individual tastes, making this salad a crowd-pleaser.

Ingredients include: Watermelon, feta cheese, grapeseed oil, honey, cilantro, and ground cumin.

Here’s another excellent side dish for quiche. The recipe uses fresh pineapple slices grilled to perfection and lightly coated with a sweet glaze. Cutting slices at ¾” thickness makes it easier to flip on the grill, resulting in a caramelized exterior and juicy interior.

Ingredients include: Pineapple, butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and lime juice.

The bottom line

We hope this scrumptious list of sides for quiche answered your question about what to serve with quiche. 

Depending on the type of quiche and ingredients you have added, we are sure that these delicious sides will pair well!

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What To Serve With Quiche (102 BEST Sides)🍴

What To Serve With Quiche (102 BEST Sides)🍴

Quiche is versatile, but what should you serve with quiche? Here are 102 sides that go great with the famous eggy pie, from simple salads to hearty soups and beyond!


  • Green Salad
  • Classic Fruit Salad
  • Berries & Cream
  • Tossed Mixed Greens
  • Tomato Soup
  • Roasted Vegetable Bisque
  • Classic Wedge Salad
  • Pea Salad
  • Three Bean Salad
  • Waldorf Salad
  • Pudding Fruit Salad
  • Cheesecake Fruit Salad
  • Lemon Curd
  • Grilled Asparagus
  • Bacon-Wrapped Dates
  • Rice & Fruit Salad
  • Chilled Cranberry Compote
  • Green Goddess Salad
  • Garlic Bread
  • Corn Bread
  • Chicken Soup
  • Baked Sweet Potato Fries
  • Apple Carrot Slaw
  • Savory Mashed Sweet Potatoes
  • Scalloped Potatoes
  • Grilled Peach Salad With Champagne Vinaigrette
  • Corn On The Cob
  • Roasted Vegetables
  • Sparkling Vodka Cranberry Cocktail
  • Broccoli Cheddar Soup
  • Fruit, Yogurt & Granola Parfait
  • Baked Stuffed Apples
  • New England Clam Chowder
  • Air Fryer Hasselback Potatoes
  • Air Fryer Bananas
  • Shrimp Stuffed Avocado
  • Oven Roasted Tomatoes & Zucchini
  • Greek Salad Skewers
  • Cheese Plate
  • Croutons
  • French Onion Soup
  • Sun-Dried Tomatoes
  • Chopped Herbs & Oil
  • Béchamel Sauce
  • Minestrone Soup
  • Cobb Salad
  • Cucumber Tomato Salad With Dill & Basil
  • Rotisserie Chicken Salad With Nuts & Fruit
  • Cream Of Mushroom Soup
  • Caesar Salad
  • Baby Spinach Salad With Pecans, Berries & Cheese
  • Rice Pudding Parfait
  • Trail Mix
  • No-Rice Stuffed Peppers
  • Air Fryer Tortilla Chips
  • Roasted Butternut Squash
  • Brazilian Cheese Bread
  • Lentil Soup
  • Alfredo Sauce
  • Green Salad With Red Wine Vinaigrette
  • Sweet & Spicy Roasted Party Nuts
  • Focaccia
  • Summer Melon Board
  • Bruschetta
  • Roasted Parmesan Green Beans
  • Farro Salad With Roast Vegetables
  • Hollandaise Sauce
  • Croissants
  • Cucumber Sandwiches
  • Cheddar Bay Biscuits (Red Lobster Copycat)
  • Marinated Tomatoes
  • Soft Pretzels
  • Tortilla Soup
  • Oven-Roasted Carrots With Thyme
  • Grilled Tomatoes
  • Mexican Street Corn
  • Egg Salad Finger Salad Sandwiches
  • Cheesy Creamed Spinach
  • Sweet & Salty Bacon Crackers
  • Pecan-Crusted Goat Cheese Log
  • Parmesan Breakfast Potatoes
  • Cheesy Stuffed Mini Peppers
  • Air Fryer Radishes
  • Goat-Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes
  • Seafood Chowder
  • Citrus Salad
  • Steamed Green Beans With Lemon
  • Grilled Peach Salad With Champagne-Flavor Vinaigrette
  • Blackened Broccoli
  • Cheesy Zucchini Fritters
  • Grilled Peaches
  • Roasted Pear Salad With Balsamic Reduction
  • Cheese Ball Recipe With Bacon
  • Greens With Strawberries, Goat Cheese & Candied Walnuts
  • Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus
  • Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
  • Black Bean Soup
  • Caprese Salad Skewers
  • Instant Pot Rice Pudding
  • Tex-Mex Quinoa Salad
  • Watermelon Feta Salad
  • Sweet Grilled Pineapple


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