Quick Quiche!

Hi everyone 🙂 sorry again for the sporadic posting! Here’s a Monday Funday recipe for you tonight…a quick quiche! I love quiche, and I hope you like this recipe…

Start with your ingredients…three eggs, broccoli, milk, Pillsbury pre-made pie crust and shredded cheese.

For a low cholesterol substitute, use one egg and 1/3 cup of egg whites.

Roll out the pie crust and put it in your 8″ or 9″ greased pie dish. Push it down to fit the plate. You can use a fork to make classic pie grooves on the edges for decoration!


Chop up your broccoli into small pieces. The smaller the better, because it will mix in and bake better.


Mix you eggs and milk together, and beat thoroughly. Then add your broccoli and cheese, and mix in well.

Some people like a little bit of a crunch in their quiche, so you can add an onion topping or some bread crumbs.

Pour the mixture into the pie plate evenly. Bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 16 minutes, rotating it a quarter turn every 4 minutes to make sure it bakes evenly.


Let it cool for a few minutes and you have yourself a delicious quiche!


You can add other things to it, like ham, spinach, tomatoes, etc…customize however you like it! Happy eating 🙂



6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Natalie
    Jun 29, 2011 @ 02:08:37

    I really like quiche! I made a crustless quiche a while ago and it made a great dinner…yum!


  2. pawsitivelife
    Jun 30, 2011 @ 16:25:22

    I didnt know pilsbury makes crusts..this just made my life easier


  3. Fit Chick Britt
    Jul 01, 2011 @ 14:44:12

    I love making quiche! I didn’t know pilbury had that quick crust. I usually make my own or get the frozen one from kroger.


    • Samm I Amm
      Jul 01, 2011 @ 15:30:00

      Mmmm homeade pie crust is the best! I want to do one sometime for an actual pie and make the cute criss-cross design! To do that all, it might take some patience haha


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My blog is nor professional advice. I'm not a chef, a nutritionist, a certified sports medicine professional or a lawyer (yet.) I'm just a girl who tries to cook healthy for herself, coaches off personal playing experience, lives by the law she knows and understands and blogs for enttertainment. Seek out a professional if you need help is any of the above categories. Thanks for reading!
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