Don’t you just love when things sound fancy, but they’re actually pretty simple to prepare? Quiche is one of those dishes that can be served for a fancy brunch or a casual family breakfast. Breakfast is usually served a little later in our house, so we might as well call this brunch!
Here’s what I used:
- Conecuh Sausage
- Onions & Peppers
- Salt & Pepper
Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees…the usual! lol
I used a glass pie dish, but no crust. I don’t have anything against a delicious, buttery, flaky crust…but I’m trying to cut carbs! lol
Start with cooking the ham and sausage until it’s done to your liking. I like mine a little browned. Remove the meat and use the rendered drippings (fat/oil) to sauté your diced onions and peppers.
Place all of your cooked ingredients into the baking dish and prepare your eggs.
Season the eggs with salt and pepper, then add a splash of milk. Sorry, I have no clue how much I used…a splash…the ancestors will tell you when to stop!
Whisk the egg mixture together, then mix in some shredded cheese.
Pour the cheesy egg mixture over your other ingredients and bake for 40-50 minutes.
Check it after 40 to see if it still jiggles in the middle. You’ll know it’s ready when it rises a little bit and is firm.
After the quiche is done, let it rest for a few minutes. I used this time to whip up a few pancakes!
Guess who doesn’t always appreciate my (semi)homemade pancakes? You guessed it! Our 4-year-old! This kid prefers the packs of frozen pancakes. They only take 1 minute in the microwave, so I don’t fight it too much! lol
Plate it however you’d like, but I kept it simple. The guys got pancakes and I had salad. You can add some fruit to make it fancy! lol
Let me know if you decide to make this crustless quiche for breakfast or brunch this weekend!
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With or without a crust, a quiche is a lovely meal!
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