Trader Joe’s Mixed Mushroom & Spinach Quiche Review

Trader Joe's Mixed Mushroom & Spinach Quiche

Quiche isn’t necessarily your best option if you’re looking for a fast and easy breakfast dish. Quiches are traditionally baked in the oven, which means they can take a long time to prepare. Still, some quiches, like the Trader Joe’s Mixed Mushroom & Spinach Quiche, are worth the wait.

The directions state that this quiche needs to be baked for 30 minutes. The oven also needs to be pre-heated to 375 before you can pop it in. Our quiche didn’t cook for the full 30 minutes; its edges were brown and crispy after about 25 minutes of cook time. That said, you’ll want to plan ahead if you’re going to start your day off in this meal.

Trader Joe's Mixed Mushroom & Spinach Quiche

If you’re a fan of quiche — or even just eggs — you’ll find this dish to be a symphony of flavor. The wheat flour crust is light and buttery, crumbling perfectly under a fork. The blend of white button mushrooms and oyster mushrooms is fantastic; these meaty mushrooms taste amazing. Even though this quiche is on the small side, it’s loaded with mushrooms. We had a mushroom on our fork with almost every bite.

The eggs are light and creamy, and the Emmental cheese really enhances their flavor. Even though a quiche is a fairly heavy breakfast meal, there was a lightness to this dish that we really appreciated. Flavorings like nutmeg add some extra flavor to the meal.

At 420 calories, this probably isn’t a breakfast you’ll want to enjoy every day. Still, we found the Trader Joe’s Mixed Mushroom & Spinach Quiche to be extremely filling and extraordinarily delicious. If you’ve been craving quiche, and you don’t mind the long wait, you should definitely look for this meal at Trader Joe’s.

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Trader Joe's Mixed Mushroom & Spinach Quiche