20 Quiche Recipes to Serve for Breakfast or Brunch
A quiche is a tart made with pie crust and a creamy, savory custard filling. The simplest version calls for eggs, heavy cream, whole milk, salt, and pepper, but quiche often stars cheese (we're fans of cooking with sharp Swiss and cheddar cheese), meat, and all kinds of vegetables. If you're looking for a recipe that is delicious for brunch or dinner, look no further than these quiche recipes.
Bacon is a classic ingredient in quiche, for obvious reasons. Our Bacon and Spinach Quiche is filling, rich, and just the thing that you'll want to eat for an extra-special breakfast. Another delicious option is our Bacon and Scallion Quiche, which gets its flavor and stunning appearance from the two main ingredients—no guest will pass this recipe up.
Another classic combination that works so well in a quiche is spinach and cheese. Our Spinach-and-Cheddar Slab Quiche switches things up because it's made with store-bought all-butter puff pastry rather than the usual pâte brisée. For the filling, the two star ingredients are layered on the bottom of the tart, then topped with the egg and cream custard.
Of course, we have several other vegetarian quiche recipes to serve. Our Potato-Crusted Herb Quiche is extra special. Instead of the usual pastry crust, there's a surprising (but equally delicious) base: thinly sliced potatoes! They're tossed with olive oil, salt, and pepper, arranged in a pie dish, and baked before being topped with the egg mixture. We're sure that you'll also devour our colorful Rainbow-Chard Quiche and Cherry Tomatoes and Pecorino Quiche, too.
Your family and friends will love to feast on these quiche recipes, whether at the breakfast table, over brunch, or for a light but satisfying dinner.
Spinach-and-Cheddar Slab Quiche
Fresh Herbs Quiche
Bacon and Spinach Quiche
Potato-Crusted Herb Quiche
Instead of the usual pastry crust, the base of this quiche is made with thinly sliced potatoes, which get golden and crispy in the oven. They're covered with an herb custard and baked until set.
Looking for a way to add a little bit of color to your quiche? Use rainbow Swiss chard, which has stems that come in a wide array of bright colors such as pink, yellow, orange. Plus, this recipe is easier than ever, thanks to a crust made with store-bought phyllo dough, so you'll want to make it right away.
Cherry Tomatoes and Pecorino Quiche
Spinach and Gruyere Quiche
Bacon and Scallion Quiche
Maybe you know and love bacon and spinach for quiche? Then you're ready for this next step in quiche filling: scallions and bacon. Quiche is best served at room temperature, making it the ultimate make-ahead brunch recipe.
You can't go wrong with this classic creamy egg custard with bacon, Gruyère cheese, and caramelized onions in flaky pastry.
Gluten-Free Ham-and-Swiss Quiche
A tender gluten-free pie crust—plus a rich, savory filling—adds up to a favorite quiche that everyone can enjoy.
Butternut Squash and Bacon Quiche
Arrange thin slices of butternut squash, whole bacon strips, and sage leaves over a custardy filling to make this a piece of edible art that serves as both main dish and centerpiece.
Ham and Potato Bake
Asparagus Custard Tart
This tart is unapologetically rich—there is puff pastry, Gruyère and goat cheese, and heavy cream—yet the overall effect is light. It's an elegant, make-ahead addition to a festive spread, but paired with a green salad, it also makes a satisfying supper on its own.
Caramelized Garlic Tart
Tender sautéed garlic cloves make a flavorful filling for this quiche-like tart. Two varieties of goat cheese, garlic cloves, and a touch of balsamic vinegar are scattered in a tart shell before the custard is poured on top.