My Mother’s Quiche

This quiche was made with diced up yellow squash and sliced zucchini to top it off. Can you say yum?! When I have alot of tomatoes I slice those ontop of the Quiche instead of zucchini

Give me a few eggs, some vegetables and cheese, you have yourself a simple quick light meal. I’m talking quiche! This is super easy, and it may not look like much, but my kids are perfectly happy to have this as dinner on hot summer days. The best thing about it is, you can fill it with pretty much anything! Got left over chicken? Bacon? Ham? Even diced up sandwich meats work in this. Trust me, I’ve made this with just about everything. I make two at a time so one is usually filled with vegetables the other with meat of some kind. The kids like to put salsa on it as times, other times they just ask for cheese melted on top.

3 Eggs
1c Bisquick
1 1/4 c. milk
1 2/3c. shredded cheese
1/4 to 1/2c lightly cooked chopped onions
1/2 to 3/4c. shredded cheese (for topping)
1lb. crispy cooked bacon, or 1/2lb. diced, boiled ham or 8 oz crab meat, diced or 1 c. diced cooked chicken. *** You know I have never measured the meat or vegetables I end up putting in I guess everything comes out to about a cup and a half maybe 2c.of whatever I feel like that day. After the first time you make it, you’ll get the idea of how much you can get away with. **

Beat eggs, Bisquick and milk together until well blended. Fold in cheese, onions and meat of choice. Pour into 10 inch pan, sprayed with Pam. (If no quiche pam, a deep 10-inch glass pie dish or 6x10x3-in glass casserole dish will work) Bake for 15 minutes at 425F, then turn oven down to 325F and bake for 30 minutes or until edges are lightly brown and knife inserted 2-in from edge comes out clean.

Looking for another eggs recipe? Check out Colorful Frittata or Breakfast Ham & Eggs Cups

2 thoughts on “My Mother’s Quiche

  1. Big Fat Mama

    I had a crazy day too. I stumbled upon the video that I posted and just took a deep breath and appreciated everything about my day a little more…even all the crying and 6 poopy diapers!

    Keep up the good work on your blog, I love seeing new recipes! 🙂

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