This Is the Most Popular Quiche Recipe on Pinterest

This Is the Most Popular Quiche Recipe on Pinterest

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Ariel Knutson
Dec 3, 2017
(Image credit: RecipeTin Eats)

A good quiche feels like a small victory in the kitchen. It's a relatively easy dish to make, it can be inexpensive, and you can eat it for any meal of the day. There are also a million ways to make a quiche. You can go the classic route with pastry dough and an eggy mixture, or you can make mini, crustless, or egg-free versions.

Looking for a new recipe to try this week? You need to check out Pinterest's top quiche recipe. You'll be surprised to find that the "crust" isn't what you think it is.

(Image credit: RecipeTin Eats)

The most popular quiche recipe on Pinterest is this quiche toast cup recipe from RecipeTin Eats. The recipe was published in 2014 and has been saved 47,000 times this year alone on the social platform.

See it on Pinterest: Quiche Toast Cups from RecipeTin Eats

A traditional quiche recipe uses pastry dough for the crust, but this one uses white bread. I think that's what makes it so popular on Pinterest: It's a little more accessible and it's an interesting twist on a classic recipe. This recipe also makes mini quiches, and miniature things will always be popular on Pinterest (because: cute).

To make the recipe you essentially cut out circles from white bread, and then flatten then with a rolling pin and add them to a muffin tin and toast lightly. Then, you stuff the bread cups with your eggy filling and bake for 12 to 15 minutes and enjoy.

What's your favorite quiche recipe? Have you tried this one from RecipeTin Eats? Let us know in the comments!

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