Saturday, March 3, 2012

Wharis124's Slow Cooker Spinach Chicken Feta Quiche

Yes, quiche in a slow cooker - with the wonderful nutrition of spinach! Wendy said that this delicious dish began with a recipe from Family Circle online, but that she tweaked it a bit. I think you'll find her version as yummy as she did.

The nutrition facts are at Calorie Count!

Spinach, Chicken, and Feta Quiche


2 1/2 chicken breasts (approximately 1 pound), raw, cut into 1 in chunks
1 pkg (10 oz) frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed dry
6 oz fat free feta cheese
1/3 cup fresh dill
2 Tbsp onion flakes
6 large eggs
1 can fat free evaporated milk
1/4 tsp pepper
1 cup Heart Healthy Bisquick

1. Coat slow cooker bowl with nonstick cooking spray.

2. In large bowl, combine chicken, spinach, feta, dill, and onion flakes. Stir until evenly blended.

3. In another bowl, whisk eggs, milk, and pepper. Stir into chicken mixture. Fold in Bisquick.

4. Pour into slow cooker. Cook for 6 hrs on LOW.

5. Remove slow cooker insert and turn out onto wire rack. Cut quiche into 8 wedges and serve.


  1. maybe i'm reading this wrong, but i'm confused. is the bisquick mixed into the egg+chicken mixture? or is there a step missing where you make a crust at the bottom of the slow cooker? i can't imagine quiche without a crust.. a picture of the finish product would really help!

  2. the recipe says to fold it into the previously combined mixtures - chicken and liquids.

    Perhaps it separates as the thing cooks. I'll ask her and let you know what she says!

  3. sorry to be so long in answering. wharis124 says that the "bisquick just holds it together. You will be able to slice it just like a quiche but you won't be able to see an actual crust. It is delicious. Hope this helps."

  4. I have made Bisquick quiche before and its not like the traditional pie crust but more like the crust mixed in which holds it together. Easy and taste great!