I have often wondered what to serve with quiche. I am a big quiche fan, but when it comes to sides for quiche, I often don’t know what to make!
I spent a lot of time thinking about what to serve with quiche. I considered the flakey pie crust and the tender, eggy quiche filling. It is important to match your sides to these key quiche ingredients!
After lots of searching, I found 25 different side dishes that pair perfectly with quiche. There is something on this list for everyone!
From creamy, rich tomato soup to a light fruit salad, you have a lot of sides to choose from. Each one is sure to make your quiche meal complete.
Best Side Dishes for Quiche
Take a look at all of these fantastic side dishes for quiche. You will never wonder what to serve with quiche after reading this list!
1. Roasted Vegetables
Our summer roasted vegetables are a delicious and healthy side dish to serve with quiche. Pairing a big plate of veggies next to a savory, protein-packed quiche is a great way to make a complete, balanced meal.
We use butternut squash, eggplant, zucchini, bell peppers, and tomatoes to make this dish. The roasted vegetables are baked in the oven until tender and golden brown. Serve them while they are warm for the best taste and texture.
2. Tomato Soup
A warm bowl of classic tomato soup and a delicious, homemade quiche is the perfect combination. Tomato soup is a great side dish for savory quiche. With this recipe from Cafe Delites, you can transform your quiche into a full dinner!
Fresh tomatoes are cooked with onions, garlic, bell pepper, and vegetable broth. Use chicken broth for a heartier, creamier soup.
Once the veggies are tender, the tomato soup is pureed until perfectly smooth. A slice of tomato and basil quiche will match the flavors in the soup wonderfully.
3. Fruit Salad
A bright, fresh fruit salad is a delicious side dish for quiche. Fruit salad goes with both savory dinner quiche and also sweet breakfast quiche. You can eat fruit salad and quiche together anytime!
Try this honey lime fruit salad from Cooking Classy. It has lots of fresh fruit mixed together in a homemade honey dressing.
The fruit salad is tangy but also sweet and will be delicious next to your tasty quiche. You can’t go wrong with a classic fruit salad!
4. Pasta Salad
Pasta salad and quiche are both classic picnic foods. Both dishes can be made in advance and chilled in the fridge until you are ready to eat. Make-ahead meals are the best!
Try this pasta salad recipe from A Spicy Perspective. We love the Italian twist the salad has. Olives, tomatoes, fresh basil, and mozzarella cheese are all tossed together with cooked spiral noodles.
The tangy pasta dressing is delicious with cheesy quiche. A bowl of this salad, a slice of quiche, and a cold iced tea sound like the perfect summer picnic lunch!
5. Chicken Soup
There is nothing quite like a warm bowl of homemade chicken soup. Serve that delicious soup with a big slice of homemade quiche, and you will have a fantastic meal!
Chicken soup is a great quiche side dish—the vegetables in the quiche compliment any kind of quiche filling. The warm broth is delicious with the buttery crust of the quiche.
Make this chicken soup from Ambitious Kitchen, and you will fall in love after just one spoonful. Soup and quiche are always perfect main dishes.
6. Green Salad
An easy green salad is always a great side dish to compliment a quiche. This green salad from Two Peas & Their Pod is full of fresh veggies that go well with the savory flavors of the quiche.
Mixed greens are the start of this simple salad. Use baby spinach or chopped romaine to switch it up a little.
Tomatoes, cucumber, red onions, and parmesan cheese are all added to the bowl and tossed into the salad. Homemade croutons are a great addition to a salty crunch. We especially love the balsamic vinaigrette that brings the whole salad together.
7. Garlic Bread
A warm slice of garlic bread next to your homemade veggie quiche sounds like a dream. The buttery bread mimics the taste of the buttery crust. The savory richness of the garlic butter compliments the quiche filling perfectly.
This garlic bread recipe from Archana’s Kitchen is the perfect side dish recipe to serve with any dinner quiche. We love that the garlic bread is covered in melted cheese. It pairs perfectly with the cheese inside most quiche fillings.
Cut your bread into thick slices and enjoy it while it is warm!
8. Cheese Ball
A sweet and salty cheese ball is a nice appetizer to serve with quiche. Our amazing cheese ball is the perfect blend of sweet, tangy, and nutty. It will taste great with any kind of quiche!
Our recipe starts with cream cheese and shredded cheddar cheese. We mix in Italian dressing, Worcestershire sauce, pastrami, and almonds. It is a unique combination that is delicious when slathered all over crackers.
9. Blueberry Scones
Are you looking for what to serve with quiche at breakfast? We have quite a few breakfast food options that are great with a morning quiche. These blueberry scones from Sally’s Baking Addiction are truly amazing.
Blueberry scones are not hard to make. All you need to do is blend the dry ingredients together and then stir in the wet ingredients to make a sticky dough. Fresh or frozen blueberries will work.
The scones and quiche can bake at the same time, giving you a hot meal in a matter of minutes.
10. Cinnamon Rolls
Warm cinnamon rolls covered in sweet powdered sugar frosting are a decadent dish that tastes great with quiche. The Stay at Home Chef will show you how to make these incredible cinnamon rolls to serve with your favorite breakfast quiche.
Making soft yeast dough is the first step to baking cinnamon rolls. The butter, cinnamon sugar filling is next. The filling is spread across the dough and rolled into perfect spirals.
Thick slices of the dough are placed on a baking sheet and baked until golden brown.
11. Hash Browns
Crispy hash browns are one of the best side dishes for quiche. This is especially true if you plan to serve your quiche in the morning. Hash browns are a classic breakfast food that is always a good idea!
These crispy hash browns from Budget Bytes are an easy dish that you will love. All you need are shredded potatoes, olive oil, salt, and pepper. It is such a simple recipe with big flavored results.
12. Blueberry Muffins
Quick and easy blueberry muffins will complete your quiche breakfast. This recipe from Inspired Taste is one of the easiest muffin recipes we have ever tried. The muffins are packed with fruit flavors, thanks to lots and lots of blueberries!
Make the blueberry muffins a day ahead of time. You can also prep your quiche in advance. This breakfast combination is great for serving large groups. Everyone loves a muffin and slice of quiche!
13. Sauteed Mushrooms
A nice, savory dish of sautéed mushrooms is wonderful with quiche. It is a great way to add just a little something extra to your meal. This recipe from Spend With Pennies is flavorful and simple.
Mushrooms are seared with olive oil, herbs, and spiced. They have a crispy outside and tender center. Try mixing the mushrooms into your quiche filling to combine the two tasty dishes.
14. French Toast
Serve quiche with French toast, and you will have one of the best breakfasts ever. This recipe from Simply Recipes will show you how to make fluffy, delicious French toast in just minutes.
Use thick pieces of French bread or brioche bread to give your French toast a buttery taste. Cream cheese frosting is a decadent way to top your warm French toast.
A glass of orange juice, a piece of quiche, and a sweet French toast is the perfect way to start the day!
15. Vegetable Bisque
Soups make fantastic side dishes for quiche. A bowl of this vegetable bisque from Bites of Wellness is perfect for adding vegetables to your quiche dinner.
Choose your vegetables based on what you love best. Green beans, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, and red onion are good choices.
Top the blended soup with a scoop of sour cream to complete the meal perfectly.
16. Waldorf Salad
A delicious, crisp Waldorf salad is a wonderful side for quiche. We love this classic recipe from Crunchy Creamy Sweet. It will show you how to make this traditional salad quickly and perfectly.
Lettuce, grapes, walnuts, celery, and apples are tossed together in a large bowl. Homemade mayonnaise dressing is added to the salad. Serve Waldorf salad cold for the best flavor.
17. Hot Cocoa
A slice of quiche and a warm mug of hot cocoa sounds like a delicious meal. Homemade hot cocoa from Celebrating Sweets is rich, creamy, and very decadent.
Top the hot cocoa with some whipped cream and a sprinkle of chocolate. It will be a picture-perfect meal!
18. Lemon Curd
Homemade lemon curd and a bowl of berries are a lovely compliment to quiche. The sweet and tangy lemon curd goes well with salty, eggy quiche. It is great next to any kind of quiche you might make!
This lemon curd recipe from Mom on Timeout is made in the microwave. It is so simple and quick that you may find yourself making lemon curd all the time!
19. Bacon Wrapped Dates
The sweet and salty taste of bacon-wrapped dates is something no one can resist. These dates from Pinch of Yum remind us of the sweet crust of quiche and the salty quiche filling.
Try stuffing the dates with sweetened cream cheese filling. This makes for an even more decadent appetizer to serve with quiche.
It is so easy to make this buttermilk cornbread from Lil Luna. It will definitely complete your quiche buffet table.
Sweet cornbread is a nice, tender side for quiche with way more flavor than a regular piece of toast! Cornbread is also great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Anytime you want quiche, you can also have cornbread!
21. Sweet Potato Fries
Baked sweet potato fries are a crispy treat that is yummy with quiche. We love this recipe from Cookie and Kate that takes only three ingredients.
Bake the sweet potato fries in the oven alongside your quiche. Both dishes will be ready at the same time! Baking fries are so much healthier than deep-frying, and they still taste fantastic!
22. Dutch Baby Pancakes
Want to make your breakfast buffet interesting and unique? Try serving a big pan of Dutch baby pancakes along with your quiche options.
Dutch baby pancakes are baked in the oven. The pancake batter is poured into a large skillet and popped into a hot oven to bake rather than cook on the stovetop.
It is such an easy way to make delicious pancakes quickly. Use this recipe from Natasha’s Kitchen for perfect pancakes.
23. Purple Cabbage Slaw
Cabbage slaw is a healthy dish to serve with quiche at lunch or dinner. We like using purple cabbage because it is super pretty and also has a more subtle flavor than green cabbage.
This purple cabbage slaw recipe from Diethood has a homemade apple cider vinaigrette that is simply delicious. Try replacing the apple cider vinegar with balsamic vinegar for a whole new take on this slaw.
Add some shredded green beans for even more color! Green cabbage can work well too, and can sometimes be easier to find.
24. Grilled Peaches
It’s always a good idea to serve quiche with fruit. Quiche is already very savory and can almost be a whole meal. A side of fruit is a night, light, and healthy way to add to the meal.
These grilled peaches from a Mindful Mom are very simple to make. A little drizzle of honey is the perfect finishing touch. Try whipping some fresh cream to top the peaches, making it a perfect dessert.
25. Corn on the Cob
Corn on the cob is always a great dish. It is an especially wonderful choice to pair with your favorite quiche recipe. This recipe for boiled con on the cob from A Spicy Southern Kitchen is easy to make any time of year.
Boiling the corn cobs in butter and milk helps make the kernels tender and sweet. This is perfect for making a delicious dinner side that everyone will adore.
Delicious Sides for Quiche
Quiche is one of the best meals to serve for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. There are great side dishes on this list for any mealtime!
Let us know which is your favorite. Enjoy!
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