Easy Puff Pastry Quiche Recipe

I love puff pastry. It reminds me of my grandmother’s kitchen. She loved to make all sorts of easy puff pastry tarts or quiches for dinner. When you see how easy it is to make this quiche recipe, you’ll want to make it over and over again.

There are days where I don’t want to make intricate meals. It’s mid afternoon and it’s too late to throw something in the crockpot. I want something quick, easy and delicious my whole family will love.

When I say quick, I mean fifteen minutes or less of prep-time and the oven or stove can do the rest. For this, I usually hit the freezer and pull out frozen pie dough or puff pastry.

Easy Puff Pastry Quiche Recipe, perfectly flaky quiche crust with vegetable quiche filling

How to Make Quiche

I decided to use what I had left of my cherry tomatoes, mozzarella balls and one zuchinni. The zucchini looks all pretty, don’t you think? Ha! it’s not because I have fine knife skills, this technique is the result of using  a vegetable peeler while balancing a baby on my hip.

Easy Puff Pastry Quiche Recipe, perfectly flaky quiche crust with vegetable quiche filling

Speaking of that baby… I can’t believe he is sixteen months old already! Time flies. My girl is turning 7 in a week. What is happening here?! Why can’t we pause time? I’m sure you can relate to this if you have kids of your own. It seems like it was yesterday when I launched MOMables and had a baby. My goodness!

This week has been filled with excitement and activity. I can’t wait to tell you more details… very soon. I promise. For now, know that I am cooking up some great stuff… little things here and there that lead to a really big thing.

Where were we? Oh yes. This awesome puff pastry quiche. It’s a no frills recipe. The ingredients are easy to swap for what you have on hand. Say… ham and cheese only? Bacon and cheese? Tomato, basil and mozzarella? Done and done.

Easy Puff Pastry Quiche Recipe, perfectly flaky quiche crust with vegetable quiche filling

Quiche Recipe

Just because the pictures look pretty, doesn’t mean it’s too pretty to eat. Most of my blog pictures are taken outside, when dad is home and the kids are entertained. Today, I was alone. I used a lighting kit by a window and leftover props from a previous shoot. It was too cute to go to waste, right?

Next week, I’ll tell you about my trip to Virginia a few days ago. I had such an amazing time and got to meet other foodies who love hummus as much as I do! For now, I leave you with my new favorite way to eat eggs. I’m sure you are going to love it too.


Easy Puff Pastry Quiche Recipe

Classic quiche texture with a surprisingly delicious crust.

  • Author: Laura Fuentes - SuperGlueMom
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 35 mins
  • Yield: 6-8 1x
  • Category: Easy


  • 1 sheet frozen puff pastry (half of one 17.3-ounce package), thawed
  • 1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved
  • 3/4 cup grated Monterrey Jack cheese
  • 1 small zucchini, shaved with vegetable peeler
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons chopped fresh rosemary
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt or sour cream (I used yogurt)


  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Unfold pastry sheet on to a pie dish. If you want it to have nice edges, go around and cut the excess puff pastry all the way around, leaving 1/4 inch over lap. You can also lay it flat on a baking sheet and create a rectangular quiche.
  3. Top with tomatoes, zucchini and cheese.
  4. Whisk eggs, rosemary, pepper and salt in a bowl. Whisk in yogurt or sour cream. Pour egg mixture over toppings over puff pastry. Bake until pastries are puffed and golden and toppings are set, about 18-22 minutes.


This recipe is very simple and versatile. Swap ingredients and have fun! If your edges are beginning to brown and your quiche is still jiggly, cover the edges with foil until it’s fully cooked and firm. Nobody likes jiggly eggs, right?


  • Calories: 240
  • Fat: 16.3g
  • Carbohydrates: 16g
  • Protein: 7.5g

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14 thoughts on “Easy Puff Pastry Quiche Recipe”

  1. Mai Bateson says:

    Love it’s vivid colors… looks so enticing!! 🙂

  2. Kristen says:

    I just can’t get over how gorgeous this is! What a great idea – and happy birthday to your baby!

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Thank you Kristen!! Coming from you it means A LOT! I took pics at my friend’s studio. I now see that lighting and props make a huge difference! -i’m learning… 🙂

  3. Merry says:

    You have become my “go to” website if I am looking for ANYthing to feed my hungry family. I love your healthy take on recipes, and sing your praises to all my friends! I made this quiche about a month ago (using fresh picked from my garden veggies) and am wondering how you kept the crust from getting soggy? The taste was great, but the juices from the cherry tomatoes and the zucchini leached into the crust and made the bottom a sludgy mess!
    Thanks, and keep the ideas coming !
    PS –Please tell me a cookbook is in the works; my three-ringed binder is filling up quickly!

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      thank you so much Merry!! a cookbook is in the works through MOMables… lots of family friendly recipes there although it’s mostly lunch. You re going to love the fall recipes!! Maybe my tomatoes were not as “juicy” as yours? mine were definitely not fresh from the garden… the store? the bottom of the crust does get a little soggy…. but i eat it! 🙂 there are more recipes to come. thank you for your nice comments!

    2. Linda says:

      How about baking the crust a few minutes? I do that for, say like pumpkin pies, because the bottom was always wet, and it was much better, not wet/doughy.

      1. Laura Fuentes says:

        I haven’t found that with the quiche the bottoms are “wet” since eggs are much thinner and cook faster than pumpkin pie liquid. However, if you like that crisp crust, put it in for a few minutes. enjoy.

  4. Kelli says:

    Laura –
    What a great recipe! Amazingly beautiful but so easy! Your idea inspired me and and I did something similar: http://www.nomappetit.com/spring-quiche/. Thanks so much for the recipe and the inspiration. Beautiful blog.


    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Thank you Kelli! Yours looks amazing!

  5. Briana says:

    Would it work to use this recipe in muffin tins as well to make mini ones?

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      It would! you’ll have to cut the puff pastry into squares that would fit in each individual cups. I haven’t tested it but it will work! I’d check for doneness 4-5 minutes before the large pan time.

  6. yummy. sounds really delcious. Thanks for posting.


  7. Vincent Bourke says:

    Hi Laura, thanks for lovely recepie. Just one suggestion, maybe: I’m a reader from Europe and we don’t use degrees F any more but always degrees C . . . can you include both (maybe C in brackets?) in your recepies.
    Many Thanks

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Hi Vincent, I”m working on that as we update posts.

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