Cheese quiches are rich and fantastic ways to warm up a winter breakfast or brunch. Play with different combinations of cheeses in these quiche recipes for your next breakfast or brunch.See Popular Cheese Quiche Recipes
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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.
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.
This slow cooker egg casserole can be customized with any seasonal vegetables.
A rich and wonderful one-dish meal that prepares in minutes.
Serve this pizza-style quiche recipe for breakfast, substituting Canadian-style bacon for the pepperoni.
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Maximize the mushroom flavor in this quiche by using shiitake, cremini or oyster mushrooms.
Asparagus aficionados will love their favorite vegetable paired with a mild goat cheese in this creamy egg pie. It's perfect for a spring brunch.
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Fat-free milk and low-fat cheeses transform ordinary quiche into a heart-healthy family breakfast or dinner.
Serve this savory egg pie with a mixed greens salad for brunch or a light dinner.
Tofu and soy cheese boost the protein in these mini vegetable-and-egg casseroles. Serve them for brunch or a weekend breakfast.