Saturday, September 11, 2010


Whats for breakfast this weekend? Make is so good.

I love and make homemade pie crust, most of the time. But, I keep a Marie Callender pre-made pie crust in the freezer...just in case. This was one of those times.

I make Quiche in a very free style manor. I use what I have on hand. This morning I used a cup of marble jack cheese; chopped up some onion; and some cooked ham. Their are so many "add-in" delights that would be oh so bell peppers, chicken, bacon, crab, green onions, tomatoes, etc.

Put your meat, veg's and cheese into the pie crust and whisk 4 eggs together.
Add a little salt and pepper. Now, here is a little trick. Mix into the eggs 2 cups milk, instead of the traditional 2 cups of half and half. I think half and half makes Quiche richer tasting and somewhat more delightful....but, I rarely have half and half on hand. Milk works just fine.
Pour eggs and milk over other ingredients in the pie crust.

Bake at 425 degree's, uncovered, for 15 minutes. Reduce heat to 300 degree's and bake about 30 minutes longer. Quiche is done when knife inserted halfway between center and edge comes out clean. Let stand about 10 minutes.
A great way to start the weekend, wouldn't you say?


  1. This looks divine. Do the onions get soft when you bake it?

  2. Yep. The onions become soft and delicious. xo

  3. I agree, and I always love this for any time meal, always so good! Thanks for your visit :D

  4. this looks a little familiar...and more than a little delicious!


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