Quiche never goes out of style, particularly at breakfast or brunch, and for good reason. These pies that combine a fluffy egg batter with delicious quiche ingredients ranging from asparagus to spinach are easy to eat and absolutely delicious for breakfast or brunch.
This one-serving Mexican-style quiche has a tortilla crust and south-of-the-border fiiings.
This breakfast or brunch pie brings together your favorite meat, cheese, and vegetables into one elegant dish. A versatile recipe that can fit into any life-style--the classic, low fat, or vegetarian.
These easy appetizers start with purchased pie crusts. Make them mini treats for a special occasion buffet or create one large quiche in a tart pan.
This healthy appetizer tart's claim to fame is a low-fat pastry filled with a savory ricotta, goat cheese, and spinach custard.
No time to make your own pastry? Use a rolled refrigerated, unbaked pie crust instead to speed up the preparation time for this delicious breakfast pie.
Serve this pizza-style quiche recipe for breakfast, substituting Canadian-style bacon for the pepperoni.
This savory egg pie makes a good brunch or supper. Make it an appetizer by cutting it into 16 wedges.
This slow cooker egg casserole can be customized with any seasonal vegetables.
Fill a flaky pastry crust with eggs, pancetta, cheese and Greek yogurt for a tender, tasty brunch.
Watching your cholesterol? This lightened up quiche recipe is tailor-made for you since it calls for ground turkey breast in place of beef and egg whites instead of whole eggs.
Swiss cheese, carrots, and bacon flavor this popular brunch recipe. It's ideal for serving with fruit. For lunch or dinner, serve with a green salad.
A prepared pie shell makes this quick crab quiche easy for busy weeknights or a simple brunch.
A breakfast or brunch seafood egg casserole recipe that can be made ahead and baked the next day.
Watercress gives this vegetarian quiche a peppery bite while wheat berries and egg whites give it a healthy facelift.
These super simple appetizers start with frozen prepared mini quiches. All you have to do is bake and garnish them.
Add more flavor to your quiche by cooking it up in a hashbrown crust. With added color and flavor from zucchini, red onion, red pepper, and Swiss cheese, this is a memorable morning meal.
Accented with just the right hint of tarragon and a garnish of roasted red pepper and chives, these quiches are appetizers that will disappear quickly.