Swiss-Bacon Quiche Best brunch. Brunch staple! Spinach, mushroom, & bacon custard fills flaky quiche. Easy brunch quiches.
Bake overnight! I admire quiche's adaptability. Favorites. I love quiche after Quiche Lorraine. Lightweight.
Quiche or salad brunch is fantastic. I'll teach you to prepare the ideal quiche & improve breakfast.
Delicious delicate egg custard. Make a 9-inch handmade pie crust, but I like prefabricated. Whisk eggs. Done!
Quiches are meals. I prefer a light vinaigrette salad with them. Lemon-dressed arugula brunches. Bacon quiche. Ham or sausage enhances quiche brunch.
Custard & a basin form quiche. Refrigerate. Make quiche. Post-work custard. Pre-brunch. In frozen pie plate, bake custard.
Delicious pre-made quiche. After 5-6 days, quiche tastes finest. Wrap or seal the quiche. Refrigerate. 30 seconds reheats quiche. Lunch!
Yes! Freeze quiche. Gallon freezer bags accommodate 9-inch pies. Freeze quiche. Thaw overnight. Vegetables!
I love adding whatever is in our garden or on sale at the grocery store. Swap bacon for cooked sausage or ham. Taste. Bacon underpins me. 375F. Bacon-tenderize.
Whisk eggs, salt, pepper, & thyme. Half-and-half. Cheese, bacon, onion, mushrooms, spinach, and frozen pie dough. Egg-fill crust.
Bake 45–50 minutes until a knife inserted in the centre comes out clean & the top browns. 15-minute quiche. 375F. Bacon-tenderize.
Whisk eggs, salt, pepper, & thyme. Half-&-half. Cheese, bacon, onion, mushrooms, spinach, & frozen pie dough. Egg-fill crust.
Bake 45–50 minutes until a knife inserted in the centre comes out clean and the top browns.
15-minute quiche. If pie crust edges brown before the middle, use aluminium foil or crust shields. Brown. Firewatch. Frozen pie crust.