Perfect for any time of the day, these quiche recipes are crazy-versatile and loaded with fresh veggies, meat, and lots of ooey-gooey cheese.
Quiche is a tired parent’s best friend and an athlete’s greatest time saver. Not only is it indulgent and protein-packed, but it’s terrific and filling for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Plus, it’s easy to make vegetarian and even vegan-friendly.
Whether you add in decadent ingredients or a selection of leftovers from the fridge, these 25 eggcellent quiche recipes are sure to be a hit.
If you’re like me and really just pretend to love spinach, this dish is the perfect way to sneak those greens into your diet!
It’s the quintessential brunch item stacked with heavy cream, Gruyère cheese, and heaps of spinach.
Not too light or too heavy, it’s perfect for a late morning munch with bottomless mimosas.
Don’t have the time to cook in the morning but can’t face another day of boring cereal? Try this Bisquick quiche!
The best thing about this dish is that Bisquick allows you to throw all your ingredients in the pan and toss it in the oven.
That way, you can continue getting ready for your day while your breakfast cooks itself.
Make sure to take an extra slice to treat your work bestie!
I bet you can’t say “baked in a buttery, flaky crust” without drooling.
If the homemade pie crust didn’t seal the deal, the tart filling will!
This egg custard is packed with bacon and sharp cheddar cheese for that American diner-style flavor.
Of course, if you really want something special, you can’t beat Gruyère cheese.
It’s a gorgeous day, and you’re feeling ambitious and festive, so you decide to set up lunch on the patio.
What do you make? This crazy good quiche and herb salad, of course.
But it’s not your average quiche – it has shaved Brussel sprouts, potatoes, and Redella cheese.
Simple, colorful, and super tasty, you can’t beat this eggy dish.
Enjoy the salty fat in the bacon bits, the nutrition in the greens, and the satisfaction of not one, but three kinds of cheese.
You’Il need a blend of shredded Swiss, cheddar, and mozzarella. Or, use Monterey jack if you want some spice.
Mushrooms hold a special place in my heart, and they’re a fantastic vegan ingredient.
They provide the warm and hearty flavor palette and protein that meat usually does without the heaviness after eating.
This recipe calls for chestnut mushrooms, shallots, Parmesan, and comté cheese for a meaty vegetarian delight.
Sometimes, you just need to keep it simple. And there’s nothing more simple than this blend of cheese and eggs.
Mixing cheddar, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheese, this dish elevates those with sour cream and chive, giving it a serious ooze factor to boot.
Do you eat pizza but ditch the crust? Then this is your pie of choice.
It’s the kind of breakfast I crave for dinner, with hints of spinach, mushroom, and Parmesan cheese.
It’s got the feel of a frittata but the texture of a quiche.
Pair it with roasted potatoes for the coziest evening meal, or enjoy it cold with a light salad for lunch.
As a lasagna enthusiast, I’ll find any excuse to eat ricotta cheese.
This dish exceeds expectations with dollops of ricotta, plenty of salty prosciutto, leaks, and asparagus.
Not only will it save you the cost of gourmet breakfast, but it’ll give you serious Michelin star vibes.
If you have a little extra time in the morning, you have to make this insanely decadent cheese and bacon quiche recipe.
Each step is slow and purposeful, like sautéeing the bacon and leeks and grating that stunning Gruyère cheese.
Once you’ve channeled your inner Julia Child, one bite of this quiche will leave you ready to face the day.
Are you hoping to treat yourself in moderation?
This 110 calorie, crustless, veggie quiche will upgrade your breakfast game without counting it as a cheat meal.
Jam-packed with green and yellow zucchini, bell peppers, and squash, this quiche has just enough cheese to pull it all together.
Create a cold contrast by pairing it with a small garden salad for a healthy meal even naysayers will want to try.
If pizza and eggs had a baby, it would be this quiche. She’s got the legs of her Italian father and the face of her mother!
Using the foundational favorites of tomato, basil, caramelized onions, and Parmigiano-Reggiano, she’s a blend that never goes out of style.
Lactose-intolerant? Don’t worry; we didn’t forget about you.
This dish uses oat milk as a dairy substitute, and nutritional yeast gives it that delightful cheesy flavor.
Take pleasure in a guilt-free breakfast full of bell peppers, spinach, and onion to energize you for that long run!
This is the kind of quiche I cut into squares and eat as a breakfast sandwich.
Scrap the lifeless scramble and try a nutritious egg custard filled with broccoli and cheese in your favorite everything bagel or English muffin.
Get really crazy and add breakfast sausage or bacon for a top-tier hungry man’s meal.
Until we can all hop on a plane to Amalfi Coast, this Mediterranean-inspired quiche will just have to do.
Between the spinach, sundried tomato, kalamata olives, and feta cheese, there’s no denying its roots.
Enjoy it with a glass of wine to get an authentic Mediterranean experience!
The first time I ever had quiche, it was served as an hors d’oeuvre at a swanky cocktail party.
This recipe is a trip down memory lane, and the ride is first class and fancy.
Using mini cupcake tins, these small but mighty quiche cups serve more than just egg custard and cheese.
Indulge in mushrooms, spinach, ham, bacon, bell pepper, and green onion. The choice is yours!
If you don’t have time to make pie dough from scratch and forgot to grab premade dough on your last grocery run, this is the recipe for you.
This dish works smarter, not harder, by creating sturdy edible cups of crispy hashbrown.
Stuffed with spinach, bacon, Monterey, and asiago cheese, I don’t think I’ll ever make pie crust again!
If I had to pick one vegetable to cook with for the rest of my life, it would hands-down be potatoes.
After all, they go with literally everything you can think – including desserts!
Thinly sliced red potatoes are the ideal base of this pie, creating a robust foundation for spinach and Parmesan cheese filling. Yum!
19. Chorizo Quiche
We might as well end the countdown here – because this chorizo quiche is The One.
Start your day off right with chorizo, broccoli, and Jarlsberg cheese crumbled in a homemade crust for breakfast.
20. Cowboy Quiche
They say everything is bigger in Texas, but I beg to differ. Chicago is the land of deep dish, and this is the biggest quiche I’ve ever seen.
Baked in the cast iron pan, this quiche recipe has layers for days with bacon, caramelized onions, and cheddar cheese.
If you’ve got a big family to feed, this is the recipe for you. In fact, I bet you’ll even have leftovers!
21. Salmon Quiche
Sorry Lox and bagels, this salmon quiche is taking your seat.
Upgrade your morning meal with smoked salmon that’s been cured with copious amounts of salt for an impeccably seasoned and rich filet folded into cream, eggs, and all the cheese.
Some things are a match made in heaven, like peanut butter and jelly or bananas and caramel.
And in my opinion, sweet potato and goat cheese are meant to be together.
Bookmark this recipe for your next potluck because it’s savory, sweet, and hearty. This is your ideal holiday quiche!
I present to you the “trick-your-toddlers” quiche!
This lifesaving recipe capitalizes on the incredible flavor of sautéed zucchini, which most children like but won’t try when it’s served on its own.
Draped in a ridiculous amount of fresh Parmesan and fontina cheese, your little one will be asking for seconds.
Want an excuse to have a burger for breakfast? Try this dish for brunch or as a dinner alternative when your fridge is running low.
This quarter pounder doppelganger is layered with fresh beef patties, homemade tomato sauce, and sauteed onion.
Serve it with homefries for a real diner-dinner.
If your go-to Tex-Mex dish is huevos rancheros, I have a feeling you’ll love this chile Relleno quiche recipe.
It’s a unique spin on your classic quiche, adding a blend of green chiles and pepper jack cheese.
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