15 Best Crowd-Pleasing Quiche Recipes
If there's one factor that links our top-rated quiches together (besides how fabulous they taste, that is), it's that each recipe is a blank canvas. Once you've got the eggs and the pan, everything else can be customized. Double up on veggies, change the cheeses, switch pork bacon for turkey... the riffs are endless! These fan favorites all stand up to lots of tinkering, though the originals are pretty outstanding too. They also refrigerate and freeze well, so you can get ahead on party or meal prep. Go classic or try something new, then share your quiche creations with us!
Over 700 reviewers adored this quiche, many for its endless versatility. Change the cheese! The meat! The veggies! The final dish will still be a big hit. Adding biscuit mix to the egg mixture makes it more substantial — no need to bother with a crust.
"This may be my favorite recipe EVER," says Kelly in Kitsuki. She loved this lightened-up quiche that skips the crust and uses milk in place of heavy cream. The combo of bacon and Swiss is always a winner, but you can use whatever stir-ins you like.
The beauty of quiche, besides being an easy, elegant, make-ahead superstar, is that it's very forgiving — which is how many reviewers (1,000 and counting) described this recipe. A prepared deep-dish pie crust and frozen chopped spinach make it so easy too.
Quiche doesn't get more classic (or French!) than Quiche Lorraine. Cream gives the egg mixture a luxurious, custardy texture. Bacon is traditional, but from there you can add any cheese and seasonings you like — Swiss and a dash of cayenne are delicious here.
Summer Garden Crustless Quiche
"Fantastic way to pack a meal with nutritious vegetables," says ConkyJoe. We couldn't agree more. With fresh kale, tomatoes, and carrots, it's the kind of breakfast, brunch, or lunch you can really feel good about.
Shredded Potato Quiche
Hash browns, eggs, and ham already go together, so it's not a far leap to combine them all in one gorgeous quiche. The hash browns stand in for the crust, a great option for those with gluten sensitivities. "I will never again use a pastry crust for quiche!" says Wondermama.
Crab and Swiss Quiche
Instead of a bacon, sausage, or all-veggie quiche, give this version a try. Tender, slightly sweet imitation crab melds with the egg and Swiss mixture. Many fans called this a surprising family hit — a great way to get more seafood into your dinner rotation.
Easy Bacon and Cheese Quiche
The "Easy" in this recipe's title is well-deserved. The filling doesn't require any extra cooking; just stir the bacon bits, onion, and cheeses together before adding to the prepared crust with the egg. Variations abound, of course, but hundreds of reviewers agree that the method is spot on.
Clark is now a superhero to nearly 1,000 reviewers, many of whom have made this quiche again and again. Three cheeses, sour cream, and half-and-half make it extra indulgent. As Clark and his fans say, you'll be glad this recipe makes two whole quiches.
Broccoli and Cheddar Quiche
We love the addition of Dijon mustard, dried thyme, and oregano to the egg and milk mixture, an easy way to infuse the quiche with lots of flavor. Frozen broccoli just needs a quick trip to the microwave and a rough chop before going into the crust.
You'll want to keep a can of salmon in the pantry and a pie crust in the freezer just to make this recipe. It's a holiday favorite at creator Stef's house, and a weeknight wonder for Dawn Acero: "I had no idea what to cook for dinner. This recipe to the rescue!"
Easy Broccoli and Ham Quiche
Straightforward and delicious, this is the kind of classic quiche you'll want in your back pocket for brunch or a light lunch. Frozen broccoli and diced cooked ham cut down on prep and make it easy to assemble. "I could eat it three meals a day," says MrsJPS.
Spinach and Mushroom Quiche with Shiitake Mushrooms
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