For months now, I have been admiring all the bloggers that bake so effortlessly, especially one little dish that I have heard time & time again is so easy to make. Melanie told me so. Amy posted a delicious one. Even my Dad made it sound simple.
It was finally time to attempt this easy-bake dish myself. And, because I am a risk taker…it finally occurred.
My dears, I made a Quiche!
Mind you, it was very spur of the moment & I had to gather up what was lying around my fridge. It’s not one I would brag a whole lot about. But, for a simple night at home after work, cuddling with your dog, quoting Clueless (“You’re a virgin who can’t drive!”) or solving the crime with Benson & Stabler (I KNEW it was the bartender!), in your jammies…..you get the idea. That’s when this quickie Quiche is perfect.
I still need to master the perfect crust, but here’s my recipe:
Pillsbury Gluten Free Pie Dough
Green bell peppers, mushrooms, garlic, basil, sea salt, cheddar cheese (This is the part where you can make up your own variation.)
Preheat the oven at 425. Grease up your pie pan & put the crust in, I pre-baked the crust for 10 minutes & while doing that, I stir fried the veggies on the skillet, whisked the eggs, added in the milk then combined all ingredients in the egg mixture bowl. My final touch was crumbling in a slice of cheese. Oh yeah.
I baked it for about 20 minutes, then 5 mins on broil & voila. An impromptu dinner is served! 🙂
I would love to feel my next Quiche is even better to bring to a party or make for someone special, besides Hammy. What are your tips for a great Quiche? & I am open to other crust ideas, too! 🙂
Happy weekend. xoxo
That looks great. I do love a good quiche with fruit for brunch, lunch or breakfast. :)))
Its such a great dinner, then the leftover for breakfast! 😉
Spinach and swiss cheese. Yummy!
Oooh, theres a thought 😉
It looks so good =) I’ve never made a quiche myself, but they are quite yummy!
Thanks for the shout out 😉
Yours looks amazing!!