Many of our brunch quiche recipes call for refrigerated pie dough, which saves time on a busy Easter weekend. From Carrot and Bacon Quiche to Spring Asparagus and more, these quiche ideas will make your Easter brunch special.See Popular Quiche Recipes
Welcome this tasty quiche morning, noon or night served with fruit or tossed greens.
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."
Perfect for lazy, weekend mornings or light, summer suppers.
Add asparagus to your standard spinach-and-egg quiche for a fresh update. Ready in under an hour, this tasty tart is delicious for breakfast or brunch.
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.
Set up a holiday buffet of appetizers, which include these small treats. Make ahead and reheat when ready to serve.
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 rich and wonderful one-dish meal that prepares in minutes.
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.
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Before making the dough, check your filling recipe for the size shell you'll need. To make enough dough for a 10-inch porcelain quiche dish or a 10-1/2- or 11-inch metal tart pan with removable bottom, measure your ingredients using the first list below. To make enough dough for a 12-inch porcelain quiche dish or a 12-1/2-inch metal tart pan with removable bottom, use the second ingredient list. The method is the same for both.
A great way to use up any leftover ham.
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.