Dark green, healthy spinach works so beautifully with eggs, it's no wonder that spinach quiche is a popular breakfast and brunch main. Serve up your own spinach quiche at your breakfast or brunch with our easy to follow recipes.See Popular Spinach Quiche Recipes
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.
We love quiche. Not only do we love the timeless pairing of golden flaky pie crust with savory egg filling, we love that the French came up with a monosyllabic name that's better than "egg pie." Quiche.
This hearty strada is a wonderful dish for a breakfast or brunch. It's simple to make and loaded with flavor.
With a simple puff pastry crust, this fresh quiche comes together quickly and doubles as a delicious brunch or dinner recipe.
A rich and wonderful one-dish meal that prepares in minutes.
An easy-to-use frozen spinach souffle make this egg, cheese, and sausage pie extra good for breakfast or brunch. It's a favorite at the Goldmoor Inn in Illinois.
We've loaded this meaty pie with a whole pound of turkey sausage and given it a fabulous, flaky phyllo crust. Real men do eat quiche!
Fat free half and half and refrigerated egg product make this egg dish lower in calories and fat than most other recipes.
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."