Easy Quiche Recipe: A simple crustless recipe that uses items like sausage, bacon and other simple ingredients that you may already have on hand!
This easy quiche is meaty, cheesy and easy… as well as crustless and low carb!
There are a couple of factors that can make quiche recipes easy; crustless and using everyday ingredients!
I’m not a huge fan of crust on a quiche, so if we can ixnay that ingredient… this recipe becomes even easier. Then, using things like cheeses, eggs, milk and your choice of meats… I almost bet that you have most of this on hand already!
Whether you need a quiche recipe for a brunch, weekend breakfast, or even a dinner idea… this recipe is perfect for ANY time of the day.
Although quick to whip up in the evening after work, feel free to shave off some time and prepare this in the morning, and bake it when you get home from work!
Quiche Without Spinach!
So I’m a child at times when it comes to food. I despise spinach in a quiche, and it has always been hard for me to find a quiche recipe online that didn’t have spinach. So I was tickled that we made one without that typical ingredient that you find in so many.
However, if you love spinach, I’m sure it will be just find to throw some in!
More Breakfast Recipes
If you’re having this quiche for breakfast, then I think you’ll also love this easy breakfast casserole for another morning!
Easy Quiche Recipe
- 4 slices cooked bacon crumbled
- 1/2 pound sausage
- 4 large eggs plus 4 egg whites
- 3/4 cup milk
- 2 teaspoon black pepper
- 1/2 sharp cheddar shredded
- 1/4 cup grated parmesan
- salt to taste
- onions diced
- bell peppers diced
- tomatoes diced
- broccoli finely chopped
- ham diced
- spinach chopped
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Brown ground sausage, drain and set aside.
- In mixing bowl, whisk eggs and egg whites. Add milk, salt, pepper, cheeses and cooked meats.
- Pour mixture into greased pie pan and bake uncovered for 40 minutes.
Nutritional information is based on third-party calculations and should be considered estimates. Actual nutritional content will vary with brands used, measuring methods, portion sizes and more.
Although I haven’t tried this yet, I’m going to make a few of these at a time and freeze them for quick and easy dinner time meals, or when a friend needs a meal delivered! So if you’re in to keeping dinners in the freezer, give this one a whirl!
I’d love to hear from you below! Let me know what you think if you’ve tried this recipe… or if you despise spinach as much as I do.