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These mini vegan quiches are made with a flaky puff pastry crust and stuffed with a baked up spinach and mushroom filling.

Meet my totally lopsided yet completely delicious holiday breakfast. It’s a Tim Burton quiche. Nightmare Before Christmas? It’s really delicious, so you’ll probably only be dreaming happy dreams of this one. I’ve decided to just roll with it.

My husband commented recently that I’ve been refraining from posting some delicious recipes simply because I couldn’t get them to look pretty or didn’t like the photos. This is true, and while most of the time I make the recipe a second time in order to get it looking the way I want, occasionally something sits in limbo on my “to make” list forever.

I wasn’t planning on sharing this one, at least until I got it to look a little better, until my husband, who is a lover of quiche and all things eggy, declared that it was absolutely delicious and he never needed to eat eggs again after tasting it. I was sold. I’m getting this recipe in before Christmas, lopsided or not.

If you’ve got vegan holiday brunch plans and still need a recipe, well here you go. Even if yours ends up looking as ugly as mine, I promise the taste alone will be enough to impress your guests.

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Spinach & Mushroom Mini Vegan Puff Pastry Quiche

These mini vegan quiches are made with a flaky puff pastry crust and stuffed with a baked up spinach and mushroom filling. CourseBreakfast, Entree CuisineAmerican Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 30 minutes Total Time 45 minutes Servings 4 Calories 444 kcal Author Alissa


  • 1lb.extra firm tofudrained
  • 2tbsp.soy sauce
  • 2tbsp.lemon juice
  • 2tbsp.nutritional yeast
  • black pepper to taste
  • 2tbsp.olive oil
  • 3cupsfinely chopped cremini mushrooms
  • 1oniondiced
  • 2garlic clovesminced
  • 4cupsfinely chopped fresh spinachlightly packed
  • 2-4tbsp.finely chopped fresh dilloptional
  • kala namak,to taste, optional, for extra eggy flavor
  • 1sheet vegan puff pastryabout 8 oz., thawed if frozen


  1. Place tofu, soy sauce, lemon juice, nutritional yeast and pepper into food processor and blend until smooth, stopping to scrape down sides of bowl as needed.
  2. Coat the bottom of a large skillet with oil and place over medium heat. Add mushrooms to skillet in a single layer. Cook until lightly browned, about 5 minutes. Add onion and sauté until softened, about 5 minutes. Add garlic, spinach and dill, if using, and flip a few times, just until spinach is wilted, about 1 minute. Remove from heat and fold in tofu mixture. Season with kala namak to taste, if using.
  3. Preheat oven to 400°. Lightly oil 4 ramekins (I used 5 ½ inch ramekins, but something a bit smaller would work as well).
  4. Place puff pastry sheet on a lightly floured surface and roll to about a 16 inch square (can roll smaller if using smaller ramekins). Cut into 4 squares and line each ramkein with a puff pastry square.
  5. Divide tofu mixture into ramekins and smooth out the top with a spoon. Bake until tofu mixture and puff pastry crust are lightly browned, about 20 minutes.
  6. Serve warm.

Recipe Notes

Unless you’re super skilled with puff pastry, there’s a good chance your quiche will come out looking as crooked as mine. Just so you know!br]Pepperidge Farm puff pastry is vegan. You can also make your own vegan puff pastry if you’re up for it. [Here’s a recipe I’ve had my eye on for a while.

Nutrition FactsSpinach & Mushroom Mini Vegan Puff Pastry QuicheAmount Per Serving (1 quiche)Calories 444Calories from Fat 247% Daily Value*Fat 27.4g42%Saturated Fat 9.6g48%Sodium 712mg30%Potassium 847mg24%Carbohydrates 36.7g12%Fiber 5.8g23%Sugar 4.7g5%Protein 19.7g39%Calcium 250mg25%Iron 6.8mg38%* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.« Chocolate Chip Gingerbread Latte MuffinsMoroccan Spiced Pumpkin & Chickpea Stew »

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This came out well. I folded over the ends onto the mixture so it looked nice. I added cayenne as we like some heat. Wish I could post a pic. Thank you for the awesome recipe.


  • This has been my go-to Christmas morning recipe for years, these are soooo good! I don’t want to mess with a good thing but I was wondering how they would turn out if I use Just Egg instead of tofu this year. Scared I’m going to create a monster and ruin breakfast, but I just have to try because Just Egg is so good on its own, too… maybe I’ll have a back up handy like French toast if it doesn’t turn out well…


    • Hi, I’m Alissa! I’m a former attorney turned professional food blogger. I love creating vegan recipes with bold flavors!

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