Artichoke Pie

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This 7-ingredient Artichoke Pie recipe is perfect for Easter or Mother’s Day brunch or as a light meal with a salad.

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Artichoke Pie

I almost put this easy Artichoke Pie in my upcoming cookbook Skinnytaste Simple, but it didn’t make the cut. It’s so simple to make with frozen pie crust, canned artichoke hearts, eggs, sauteed onions, parmesan cheese, and mozzarella. It’s similar to a quiche but with a little less egg and no cream or milk, like this Zucchini Pie. This lovely dish is perfect for spring. If you’re having a brunch, and want more dishes to add you may also want to make these sheet pan pancakes and baked oatmeal with this mixed berry cobbler for dessert.

Artichoke Pie

Artichoke Pie Ingredients

  • Onion: Chop one large onion.
  • Pie Crust: Buy a nine-inch frozen pie crust.
  • Artichoke Hearts: Drain and quarter a can of artichokes.
  • Eggs: You’ll need four large eggs.
  • Cheese: Grated parmesan and shredded part-skim mozzarella
  • Parsley: Chop fresh parsley.

How to Make Artichoke Pie

  1. Onions: Heat a medium skillet over medium heat and add the oil and onions once hot. Sauté for 10 to 12 minutes until golden and almost crispy.
  2. Eggs: Beat the eggs with the Parmesan and parsley in a medium bowl.
  3. Assemble the pie: Place the artichokes and onions on the pie crust. Pour the eggs over the vegetables and top with mozzarella.
  4. Bake for 40 to 45 minutes until the eggs are set.

How to Store

Leftover pie will last up to four days in the fridge. Reheat it in the microwave until warm.

What to Serve with Artichoke Pie

This delicious artichoke pie is great any time of day. Below are some serving suggestions:


  • Onions: Use leeks or shallots instead of onions or omit them altogether.
  • Herbs: Sub parsley for fresh basil.
  • Pie Crust: If you’re feeling ambitious, you can make your own pie crust.
  • Cheese: Swap parmesan for Pecorino Romano or mozzarella for shredded Swiss or Gruyere.
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Artichoke Pie

4.78 from 36 votes
This 7-ingredient Artichoke Pie is so simple to make with frozen pie crust, canned artichoke hearts, eggs, sauteed onions and cheese.
Course: Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
Cuisine: American
Artichoke Pie slice
Prep: 10 minutes
Cook: 55 minutes
Total: 1 hour 5 minutes
Yield: 8 servings
Serving Size: 1 /8th slice


  • 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 1 9-inch frozen pie crust, (regular size, not deep)
  • 15 oz can artichoke hearts, (in water) drained and quartered
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
  • 1/4 cup chopped parsley
  • 1 1/3 cups shredded part-skim mozzarella


  • Preheat the oven to 350F.
  • Heat a medium skillet over medium heat. When hot add the oil and onions and sauté until golden and almost crispy, about 10 to 12 minutes, stirring. Set aside.
  • In a medium bowl, beat the eggs with the Parmesan and parsley.
  • Place the artichokes and the onions on the pie crust, pour the eggs over and top with mozzarella.
  • Bake until the eggs are set, about 40 to 45 minutes.

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Serving: 1 /8th slice, Calories: 229 kcal, Carbohydrates: 17 g, Protein: 12.5 g, Fat: 13 g, Saturated Fat: 4 g, Cholesterol: 107.5 mg, Sodium: 401 mg, Fiber: 4 g, Sugar: 1 g


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86 comments on “Artichoke Pie”

  1. This was a Mother’s Day brunch hit. So easy. And now it’s been added to my regular breakfast rotation.

  2. Made this twice already. It’s fabulous. Nice to have breakfast already made and I look forward to having it in the mornings. I cut it into 6 slices, so each slice is 305 cals, which fits into my daily calorie budget. My husband likes it too.

  3. In general this was good. This would be better with half as much artichokes. It was too much/ overpowering

  4. I can’t get the eggs to cook! When I cut through the thick layer of cheese it was liquid underneath! And I baked longer which just over cooked the cheese and left me with still runny eggs. Not sure what I did wrong!

  5. I love artichokes and made this yesterday. I used Asiago cheese ILO Parmesan and a good Swiss since the store only had large sizes of mozzarella, also Italian parsley. I took a bite straight from the oven and thought meh, but after it cooled down the flavors came through, it’s delicious. I’ll definitely make this again.

  6. Family and kids really liked this. I had all ingredients on hand except the pie crust so I baked in an 8×8 inch pan. To use up spinach in the fridge, I roughly chopped about a cup of spinach and mixed with the eggs. I mixed everything together (except about a 1/2 cup of mozzarella) and poured into the baking dish. Then sprinkled last half cup of cheese on top to form a nice crust. Very good and a keeper!

  7. I discovered this recipe approx 2 weeks ago and have made it twice! lol Easy and delicious! Plan on making it again for Mother’s Day!

  8. I skipped the crust and added an extra egg. I chopped the artichokes, added a few chopped pepperoncini, and chopped sun dried tomatoes. After the onion was soft I added the artichokes and tomato to the pan and warmed them all together. It turned out really tasty. I will make it again.

  9. Very good and I even cut back a lot on the cheese, and used only .5 teaspoon of tuscan oil for the onion. I used a frozen crust and like how it holds up, it is overall smaller which is good for this size quiche, and seems less oily then the fresh refridgerated ones. I used two laughing cow asiago wedges for the parm and melted it slightly before adding to the eggs and only used about .75 cup shredded mozzerella that I put on top of veggies and then a small amount on top. I like the way it looks with a crust–pretty and some eat the crust and I eat without it. Made into 6 servings. I did add a Penzey spice called murel of flavor one teaspoon to the onion and also added the artichokes drained into the onion to meld with them after they had cooked a bit.

  10. I would use a deep dish pie crust next time. I didn’t use a full van of artichokes because it would overflow.

  11. So many rave reviews! Ours turned with the layer of mozzarella sitting on top. It didn’t meld into the quiche. The artichokes next in a layer and the remaining ingredients on the bottom. I would definitely add more eggs and chop up the artichokes. It was hard to cut through the layer of cheese.

  12. This is an excellent base recipe! I made it as directed and found the flavor to be a bit lacking, while I loved the texture and ease of cooking.

    The best variation I’ve made includes these modifications:

    -6 eggs instead of 4
    -use a full cup of Parmesan
    -add in 1/2 jar oil-packed sundried tomatoes, drained and chopped
    -add in 2 cooked, chopped chicken breasts (I seasoned with salt, pepper, & garlic powder then air fried)
    -add in 1 cup chopped fresh spinach

    Split between 2 frozen pie crusts and bake as originally directed. You can feed a bigger crowd with two or eat one, freeze one!

  13. Absolutely delicious! I used egg beaters and 2 eggs. Also added some leftover chopped sun-dried tomatoes and freshly ground black pepper. . Hubby loved it!

  14. I’ve made this before using Locatelli (Romano) cheese, and added some chopped-up sun-dried tomatoes. Really good.

  15. Delicious and super-easy. Will make in a deep dish pie crust next time as it spilled over my regular sized pie dish. Also going to try leeks rather than onions just for the fun of it.

  16. This recipe is delicious. I could have eaten the entire pie myself. FOUR times my Significant Other told me it was “really good!”

  17. It came out great. I added a little more artichoke hearts and next time I will add two more eggs. I also added salt , pepper and Italian seasoning. It was very successful

  18. Delicious, and a fun change from the traditional quiche. I added a little salt and some freshly ground pepper. Good quality parmesan is a must! My family loved it too.

  19. Pretty good. Needed salt (of course) and pepper. I used a large onion as directed and felt it was WAY too much onion. It was like an onion quiche with some artichokes in it. Next time I will use a lot less onion, but I will still make it again!

  20. This was perfect for our Easter brunch, I will definitely be making this more often! I used a refrigerated pie crust and added one more egg because mine were smaller. Turned out so good!

    1. To make this crustless I used 5 eggs. It turned out perfect and was delicious! Thank you Gina – my husband finally loves “quiche” after I made this dish!

    2. I made this crustless and it turned out great. Didn’t add any salt and it didn’t need it with the cheeses. Easy and delicious! Didn’t miss the crust.

  21. I made this for my lunches this week without the crust, doubled the artichoke (used 2 jars from Aldi), and 1 cup of a mexican mix cheese instead of mozzarella. Did not increase the number of eggs and it came out very well. I would make this again.

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    Heather Hasto

    I LOVE artichokes (is always my birthday request).
    So I REALLY wanted to like this. That said, this has no flavor.
    I followed the recipe exactly, was it my artichokes (new jar from Constco)?
    My parmesan cheese? My Mozzarella? I don’t know, but it was just eeh/bland.

  23. Yum. This was great even though the store bought crust had sugar in it and seemed designed for sweet not savory.

  24. This artichoke pie was amazing! So easy to make and so flavorful. Already planning on making it again next week. Highly recommend if you love artichokes.

  25. Love this recipe! I used the standard Pillsbury refrigerated crust but there were many options including gf in the freezer section. Easy and tasty!

  26. I am not sure why I was drawn to this recipe but I am so glad I was and decided to try it. We loved it and it will be made often this spring. Great for lunch or brunch. I served it with fresh fruit. Thank you for such an easy and delicious dish!

    1. Yes I wanted to ask that question sub with marinated artichoke in oil that comes in oil (drained of course

  27. Grilled some fish tonight and went to ST- as I always do- for my sides
    This was delicious Gina!
    I also made your unstuffed mushrooms and they were perfection!
    Wish I could meet you and give you a big hug for all your delicious recipes!

  28. Tasty and easy! My crust was deep dish so I added two more eggs. Otherwise I followed the recipe as written. The cheeses complimented the artichokes nicely. It was a pleasant variation from a typical quiche, and I love that it didn’t call for milk, half and half, or cream. I served it with the Italian sub broccoli salad!

  29. Superb! I followed this recipe to the tee, and I must say it’s of the top 3 quiches I’ve ever had AND made. Thanks, Gina!

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    Vicki Haworth

    I think this could be made as a frittata with more eggs and even add mushrooms and spinach for better protein macro numbers!

    1. Look at above comments – a couple of people have made this without the crust – their suggestions are great!

  31. I am on my way to the store for the ingredients for this pie. I absolutely LOVE artichokes, and this is a perfect dish for a light Friday night supper!

  32. Since onions vary so much in size (as do definitions of large onions), would you substitute one cup of leek for the onions?