15 Quiche Recipes You’ll Want to Make Week After Week

updated Dec 8, 2023
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A spinach quiche in a glass pie dish with one slice taken out and another separated from the rest of the quiche.
Credit: Photo: Ryan Liebe; Food Styling: Rachel Perlmutter

I can’t think of a brunch dish classier than a good slice of quiche. With a savory, custardy filling — often speckled with all types of cheeses, veggies, and meats — and a buttery-rich crust, quiche is downright showstopping. It’s the dreamiest dish to dig into for a special family breakfast, a weekend brunch, or simple lunch or dinner. And while making custard and crust can seem like tricky endeavors, the good news is that both tasks are quite forgiving when it comes to quiche.

Whether you love a classic quiche Lorraine or you want to experiment with different flavor combinations, or you’re a pro or novice quiche baker, we have types of quiche for everyone. Let’s cut into these 15 quiche recipes that you can bake up for any occasion. 

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Quiche Lorraine

When it comes to a classic, deeply savory quiche, quiche Lorraine reigns supreme. Full of rich caramelized shallots, crisp bacon, and earthy Gruyère cheese, the classic French breakfast dish is worth mastering.

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Spinach Quiche
This foolproof recipe can be made with either fresh or frozen spinach, depending on what you have.
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Breakfast Quiche

Quiche is inherently already a breakfast food, but for extra breakfast vibes this five-ingredient riff takes a cue from a classic bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich. For a stress-free morning, you can prep a few components a day before.

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Caramelized Onion Skillet Quiche

Making a quiche in a pie plate is great, but there's always a risk that the crust comes out pale and soggy. A quiche made in a skillet, though, always delivers with a fully cooked and perfectly crisp bottom crust.

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Foolproof Quiche

Once you know this ratio of eggs to cream, you're armed and ready to make any type of quiche your heart craves like a true pro.

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Ham and Cheese Quiche

Thanks to a store-bought pie crust and diced, cooked ham, this classic quiche is as easy as it gets.

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Broccoli Quiche

Crisp and tender broccoli florets lend a pop of color to each and every slice of this creamy, cheesy egg bake.

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Asparagus Quiche

Baking this quiche in a deep-dish pie shell means there's plenty of room to pack in heaps of tender asparagus, feta cheese, scallions, and creamy egg custard.

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Mini Quiche

Maybe you plan to make a bunch of plates for brunch or have a long list of guests on the way. When you need to feed a crowd, make bite-sized quiches filled with melty cheese and chopped sweet bell peppers.

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Crustless Quiche

What’s a crustless quiche? A breakfast hero made of just simple baked eggs — less rich than a quiche, with a little milk instead of all that cream — and literally anything else you want to throw in. It’s a creamy, satisfying simple egg casserole, sans crust.

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Roasted Tomato and Goat Cheese Quiche

The combination of bright roasted tomatoes, soft goat cheese, and sweet basil with a flaky, buttery crust results in a beautiful main dish to make for any special occasion.

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Veggie Ranch Crustless Quiche

Breakfast for dinner is always a fun family-favorite meal. Make it even more flavorful by giving the eggs a big boost of flavor with ranch seasoning.

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Deep-Dish Quiche Lorraine with Swiss Chard and Bacon

How to improve upon the perfection of a quiche Lorraine? Turn it into a deep-dish quiche!

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Spinach & Sweet Potato Chickpea Crustless Quiche

Vegan quiche is not only possible, but also packs a delicious punch, thanks to the power of chickpeas. Whisking protein-rich chickpea flour together with water on the stove creates a thick, creamy custard-like base for this vegan quiche that can be enhanced with the spices and fillings of your choice.

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Easy Caprese Quiche

A whopping half-cup of pesto brings a spicy, herbaceous perfume to the forefront, and mini fresh mozzarella balls are the cheesy element that don’t release too much water. For extra insurance, we save the tomatoes for the very end as the tasty topping.

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