Guests this weekend? What to make for them is the question! Try one of these seven quiche recipes that fill a multitude of needs. From gluten-free to low-carb to impressing those fancy-schmancy highfalutin friends that are coming to visit, these quiche recipes are sure to please!
What I love about serving quiche is you can bake it, cool it and if everyone is not sitting down at the table all at once, you can heat it in slices as needed. Any leftover quiche freezes and reheats GREAT. So, if after a busy weekend you have a slice or two left over, simply wrap it up well and heat when you want a quick breakfast or brunch for yourself. Win win!
You’ll want to have these on hand so if everyone visiting is on a different schedule, you can pop one in the toaster oven as needed.
Adventurous, spicy tastes among your guests? Crustless Spinach Artichoke and Jalapeno Quiche is one the adventurous guest will love!
The best spring vegetables–asparagus, artichokes and baby spinach–come together in this Spring Vegetable Pie with Feta Cheese and Filo Crust. The crust takes a little time to assemble, but it doesn’t have to be pretty.
Although not a quiche, this one screams spring! Asparagus Spring Onion and Fontina Tart is as beautiful and fresh as spring itself! Melty spring onions and fontina cheese form a delicious base for asparagus. The flavors of this tart pop with the addition of lemon zest and balsamic vinegar!
This Crustless Quiche with Sausage Bacon and Ham is ideal for low-carb or gluten-free diets and simply because it’s easier than fussing with a crust! It reheats beautifully by the slice in a toaster oven.
This elegant, French-inspired Spring Green Leek and Gruyere Tart is perfect for lunch, brunch, light supper or whenever you need your meal bases covered.
Quinoa fans arriving? This Spinach and Feta Quiche with Quinoa Crust is gluten-free with a delightfully crunchy, chewy crust.