Quiche is undeniably one of the most delicious meals ever invented by the French. Prepared with a pastry crust, creamy custard, veggies, seafood, and the melting taste of savory cheese, Quiche makes for a perfect dish by itself.

But if you’re one of those folks who have had just enough of the meal and you want a little bit of variety, then you’re at the right place. Here, we’ll be discussing all of the delicious recipes that you can prepare and serve with the French tart. While these recipes can stand alone (for some of you who might be seeking another menu), they are fabulously tasty as a side.

1. Green Salad

Let’s start with the simple green with just a little bit of a light vinaigrette dressing. Or you can take it up a notch with The Harvest Kitchen’s delicious, crunchy, and lemony Romaine green salad recipe.

2. Fruit Salad

Is it summer? Are the fruit seasons coming up? Try out Fox and Briar’s amazing easy fruit salad recipe with tons of blue, black, and strawberries. Not to mention that this sweet taste is a fine contrast to the soothing flavor of Quiche.

3. Roasted Vegetables

Perfect for Weight Watchers, take up Janice’s Salad for Lunch recipe, which includes a delicious collaboration between baby spinach, red onion, honey, and many more crunchy, juicy tastiness. Don’t hesitate to add other roasted veggies like zucchini or asparagus if you feel like it. The sky is your limit!

4. Tomato Caprese Salad

Still on salad, eating Bird Food recipe will bring you a sweet-sour taste to the unrefined classicism of Quiche. With sliced, juicy tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and balsamic glaze, your taste buds will be craving more.

5. Coleslaw

Have you ever tried smothering this creamy mix on your Quiche? If you haven’t, you should. Easy to prepare, Inspired Taste’s recipe includes sugar or honey, celery seeds, and vinegar for a nice refreshing crunch.

6. Sliced Avocado

Quiche already tastes so good, but there’s a tendency for it to taste dry (especially if you love creaminess). A great solution is to prepare 40 Aprons’ sliced Avocado recipe. Feel free to use plain avocado or mix it up with some lemon juice, tomato, and garlic if you wish.

7. Soup

Have you ever thought of scooping up a spoonful of soup as a side to your Quiche? If you haven’t, you should. Luckily, there are hundreds of soup recipes to try, including a cup of tomato soup, mushroom soup, creamy chicken soup, butternut squash soup, or Ambitious Kitchen’s classic French onion soup. The list is endless when it comes to soup.

8. Potato Salad

The great thing about potato salad is that you can either boil and cut the potato into small pieces for a warm German recipe, or you can mash the potato and mix the creamy batter with all the sweets in the world. Love Bakes Good Cakes has the perfect recipe for the latter.

9. French Fries

French fries, and French Quiche; what better match could be there? Classic, simple, and comforting, you only need 25 minutes to make the homemade, crispy fries from Hebbar’s Kitchen. Don’t hesitate to add some ketchup if you’d like.

10. Fruit Chutney

If you like the sound of sweet and tangy chutney, you should consider whipping some out for your Quiche. Fortunately, tons of fruits can be made into chutney, including mango, cranberry, or FunFOODFrolic’s Apple chutney recipe.

11. Yogurt parfaits

If you’re having your Quiche served warm, then a nice, chilled yogurt parfait will make for a nice brunch addition. Ginnie – Hello Little Home has a simple, easy-to-make recipe that consists of sweet-sour yogurt, mouth-watery strawberries, tasty maple syrup, and so much more.

12. Smoothies and Slushies

A plate of Quiche doesn’t have to be a full meal. Pair it with a chilled cup of blended smoothie or fruit slushie, and you’ll have yourself a light breakfast. Try the watermelon slushie recipe by From My Bowl, and in 15 minutes, you’ll have a glass of reddish deliciousness.

13. Quinoa Salad

Back to salads, Quinoa salad, is one of the few recipes you must try with Quiche. Creamy, healthy, and slightly sour, it’s perfect with any diary tart. Not to mention that it only takes 25 minutes to try this Eating Bird Food Quinoa salad recipe.

14. Pasta Salad

From Zucchini to good old Italian pasta, cold pasta with vegetables will always be a crispy, yummy side for Quiche. Plant-Based School has a great recipe with spiral pasta, chopped veggies, mayo, and lemon juice.

15. Sautéed Spinach

Spinach already has many nutritional benefits, but when you sauté it, it’s beyond healthy. Weight watchers and healthy eaters can try this Inspired Taste recipe with a dash of lemon to taste. Goes perfectly with Quiche.

16. Baked Oatmeal

Regular oatmeal is one thing, but baked oatmeal is another level. Not only does it taste like brownies, but it is the perfect Quiche side for summer. If you’d like something special, try Ambitious Kitchen’s Banana Baked Oatmeal.

17. Bruschetta

Forget toasted bread. Spread Lindsey Eats Tomato Bruschetta on freshly prepared Quiche and get ready for the sweet-sour, yummy taste of Tomato, Basil, and lemon juice.

18. Cheese Platter

As an assortment of cheeses, crackers, and fruit, this Mansee cheese board recipe makes a great side option for fresh, warm Quiche. If you wish, you can whip up a glass of chilled fruit juice too.

19. Mac and Cheese

There’s a reason everyone loves mac and cheese. Its creamy, delicious staple makes for a filling side for any dish, including Quiche. For the creamiest ever mac and cheese with garlic and sourdough crumbs, try Tastemade’s recipe.

20. Crescent or Bread rolls

It might take a while to bake the most fluffy crescent roll, but if you wish to level up your classic Quiche meal, bake some of Racheal @ EasyPeazyMealz’s crescent rolls. You can also whip up a cup of hot chocolate for a complete breakfast.

21. Turkish Beet Salad

Whether it’s the basic roasted beet with goat cheese and arugula or it’s the sweet and yummy honey beet salad, roasted beet is always a great side dish for Quiche. But if you wish to prepare something extraordinary, try the Redwood Turkish beet salad recipe. Colorful, delicious, and filling.

22. Pita Bread

Besides classic bread and crescent rolls, the RichandDelish pita bread recipe is another homemade bread recipe you can try right now. Not only is it filling, but its unusual taste makes for a great side dish for the tasty, creamy Quiche.

23. Hash Browns

Just as french fries, the tasty, crispy, yet delicious hash browns also make for a great side dish for Quiche. Instead of buying out, make your own homemade hash browns by following Cooking Frog’s recipe with more beef stock and cornstarch.

24. Greek Salad

As one of the few salads that can stand as both an appetizer and a side dish, The Plant-Based School’s recipe contains a tasty collection of cucumber, tomatoes, olives, oregano, and feta cheese.

25. Fried Green Tomatoes

Healthy and tasty, these appetizers also make great side dishes for your Quiche. It’s best to use the firm tomatoes for Simply Recipes’ version. But feel free to make your mayo dip or remoulade sauce as unique as you’d want.

26. Stuffed Mushrooms

For the final side dish that you can try with your Quiche, CenterCutCook has a simple stuffed mushroom recipe that consists of meaty mushrooms stuffed with creamy cheese, garlic, and herbs.

Now that you have reached the end of this tasty list, which of these meals would you like to try? Remember that you can mix and match these recipes to create your unique staple for a satisfying meal. If you tried any of these recipes, don’t hesitate to let us know how it went in the comment below.

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26 Sides to Serve With Quiche

Servings: 8
Prep: 10 minutes
WW friendly broccoli salad
5P on WW, 164 calories *1 cup serving


  • 6 cups fresh broccoli, cut into bite-size pieces
  • 1 cup red onion, diced
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
  • 1/3 cup almond slices
  • 6 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
  • 1/2 cup reduced-fat shredded cheddar cheese


  • 1/2 cup reduced-fat mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup plain non-fat greek yogurt
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice
  • 1/2 tsp each of salt & pepper


  • In a small bowl mix together all of the dressing ingredients, and let chill in the fridge.
  • Cook the bacon, drain fat and crumble it into small pieces.
  • Wash and cut the broccoli into small bite-size pieces, add it to a large bowl.
  • Mix in the diced onion, cranberries, almonds, bacon and cheese, then stir well. *Note- if the cranberries are large you can cut them in half so they spread out into the salad more.
  • Pour the dressing over the broccoli mixture and mix well. Serve immediately or chill in the fridge until it is ready to be served. The recipe makes 8- 1 cup servings.


Points- 5
Personal Points- 5
Smart Points- Blue/Green/Purple- 5
Nutritional info per serving.. Calories 164…Fat 6g…Sat fat 1.6g… Carbs 20.2g… Fiber 3g… Sodium 355mg… Sugar 13g… Protein 8.7g *using My Fitness Pal, includes all ingredients 


Calories: 163kcal

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Additional Info

Course: Salad, Side Dish
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