Each one of these Five Easy Quiche Recipes is baked with savory fillings and will brighten your holiday! Quiches are budget-friendly, perfect for breakfast, brunch, or dinner, and reheat beautifully as leftovers. Bake them crustless, or inside a crust with lots of veggies and add-ins to suit your taste. They are amazingly delicious!
What better way to give your family a healthy start with a delicious brunch idea for the holidays! Some of our quiche recipes offer step-by-step instructions with photos to make them easy to follow.
Each one of these five quiche recipes is easy to make and bake. Most quiches are made with eggs to give them a very light and airy texture. And, these are loaded with vegetables.
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Try one or try them all! You’ll enjoy our quiche recipes, hopefully for years to come.
Our Crustless Spinach and Cheese Quiche is loaded with 3 kinds of cheese, frozen chopped spinach, eggs, and chopped onions, and it bursts with fabulous flavor! No milk, nor cream is needed for this recipe, just 6 ingredients!
Gluten-free and positively delicious!!
Savory and delicious, the flavors of spinach and Parmesan cheese are wonderful in this quiche (while the kale is hidden) making it healthier, tastier, and loaded with flavor!
TOTALLY best-tasting quiche!
Fresh broccoli is quickly steamed then chopped and mixed with eggs, a little cream, Parmesan and cheddar cheeses then poured into an already pie crust and baked until golden brown.
Loaded with so much flavor, everyone will ask for seconds.
My Mushroom and Sundried Tomato Quiche is loaded with mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, eggs, two kinds of cheeses, and baked in an easily frozen pie crust.
The filling is very light, fluffy, and exquisitely flavorful!
Spinach and Parmesan Quiche is baked in a crust and loaded with fresh spinach, onions, eggs, Parmesan cheese, shredded mozzarella, and a little cream. It offers a creamy and very light texture as a souffle.
So Yummy! Your family and friends will love this one!
Quiches are a life-savor at times, especially for the holidays. Perfect for any holiday brunch!
They’re easy to make ahead, bake and freeze! They’re ideal to travel and reheat them when you’re ready to serve.
How To Freeze Quiches?
It’s best to bake the quiches before you freeze them. Allow them to cool completely, then wrap them tightly and pop them into your freezer. They will freeze well for you to two weeks.
How to Reheat Quiches?
To reheat frozen quiches, it is best to allow the quiches to sit on your counter for at least one to two hours before reheating in the oven. Then preheat your oven to 350 degrees F, and reheat the quiches for at least 20 minutes, until they are heated through.