Hello, Loves! This weekend after our gender reveal I hosted my family for a brunch! It was the first time my parents were coming over to see our renovation and I was so excited to have them over! I quickly whipped up three quiches, made some cinnamon rolls and cut up some fresh fruit. It was so simple and the quiches were so delicious – I had to share my simple quiche recipe with you! I remade another quiche this morning with the remaining ingredients and it turned out just as perfect! If you’re looking for an easy crowd pleaser or something to whip up to have for yourself for breakfast (it lasts a couple days in the fridge, and does make for a quick and easy breakfast in the morning) this simple quiche recipe is for you! Don’t be afraid to modify this simple quiche recipe and add your favorite vegetables, cheeses and meats! Bon appetite! xx A
6 Large Eggs
1 Cup of Milk (I used Whole)
Broccoli Florets (Feel free to mix and match with your favorite chopped vegetables!)
1/2 Package of Bacon
1 Premade Pie Crust
1 Cup of Shredded Cheese (I used Monterey Jack & Cheddar)
Salt & Pepper
Preheat Oven to 400 degrees. Layer a cookie sheet with foil. I usually cover with two pieces, and then the top piece I pinch and fold the edges over to hold in the bacon grease. I found this is the easiest way to make bacon and have it be perfectly cooked! Layer the bacon – it’s okay if the edges are touching! Bake for about 15-20 minutes, depending on your preference for crispiness.
While bacon is in the oven, use 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil and spread with a paper towel to coat pie plate. Roll out pie crust over pie plate, and using your fingers tips to evenly spread dough and press into plate. Fix any holes or tears. Using a fork, evenly poke holes all over.
Remove bacon from oven and transfer bacon over to a paper towel covered plate. Set the cookie sheet aside, and let the foil and cookie sheet cool down before removing the bacon grease. Reduce oven heat to 375 degrees. While bacon is cooling down, add chopped vegetables and cheese to pie crust. Break up bacon and spread on top.