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.
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.
This slow cooker egg casserole can be customized with any seasonal vegetables.
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.
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.
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.
A springform pan is the key tool you need to bake up a seriously deep dish quiche. Stir Greek yogurt into the egg filling to make it extra-creamy.
Maximize the mushroom flavor in this quiche by using shiitake, cremini or oyster mushrooms.
Serve these egg cups as a brunch appetizer or pair with a piece of fruit or yogurt parfait for a complete breakfast. Bonus: They freeze wonderfully for up to a month!
Top this Mexican-flavored quiche with fresh salsa, sour cream or a sprinkle of green onion to complete the flavorful brunch dish.
Enjoy a Thanksgiving-inspired meal any day of the year by tossing bread, turkey, herbs and your favorite vegetables into a casserole dish. It's like an amped-up stuffing you can serve for supper!
Mini quiches are perfect for brunch, or to feed hungry family members during a busy holiday weekend.
Roll out of bed and pour your prepared quiche filling into the pre-baked crust, pop it in the oven and by the time you're done getting ready for the day, brunch will be ready.
These easy cheesy quiches take only minutes to mix up and pour into prepared pie shells.