For a hearty, guy-pleasing (and kid-pleasing) quiche, go no further than ham quiches for breakfast or brunch. They'll love the homespun accent of ham (as will everyone) and beg for more ham quiche at your next breakfast or brunch.See Popular Ham Quiche Recipes
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.
Perfect for lazy, weekend mornings or light, summer suppers.
A great way to use up any leftover ham.
Refrigerated biscuits make a perfect crust for this colorful brunch dish.
A quiche recipe that has all the fixings of a traditional farmer's breakfast--eggs, ham, cheese, and hash brown potatoes--all baked in a pie.
Pie crust pastry lines muffin cups then is topped with tomatoes, ham, and cheese. Add the egg mixture and bake to create a fun breakfast dish.
A cornmeal pastry acts as the pie shell for this savory chicken dinner. Raisins, pine nuts, and prosciutto hidden inside add rich flavor.
Quiche takes eggs way beyond the breakfast or brunch table (although we can't think of a more fitting morning dish). The basic palette of fresh eggs and flaky crust invites ingredients from cheese and ham (in a classic quiche Lorraine) to garden vegetables to hot and spicy Mexican salsas and sausages to create an elegant (and oh so easy) entree for lunch, dinner, or a midday nosh. Back in the day, it was said (with tongue in cheek) that "real men don't eat quiche."
To strike the perfect balance between salty and sweet, get the hang of how to make a honey baked ham. It's a classic holiday dish, but there's no need to save it for special occasions--it makes a satisfying dinner (with guaranteed leftovers!) any day of the year.
As the weather begins to warm up, try this perfect-for-spring asparagus quiche the next time you need a special breakfast or brunch dish.
It's spring! And that means asparagus, everybody's favorite, easy to make, always delicious vegetable. Okay, there's 10 feet of snow on the ground in St.
Gather up a dozen (or two) eggs and put them to work in these perfect-for-a-crowd brunch casseroles, stratas, omelets, and more.
In a word: asparagus. Forget baby bunnies, flowers, and April showers; for food-lovers, spring means only one thing: asparagus season! Maybe it's because fresh asparagus remains so very seasonal, or maybe it's because this vegetable's earthy-yet-delicate flavor is unlike anything else, but when asparagus starts appearing on grocers' shelves and at farmers' markets, we celebrate.