With this in mind, we set out to uncover the best of the best quiche recipes the internet has to offer. And, we certainly weren’t disappointed. Regardless of your culinary expertise, or lack of, we’re confident that you will find a take, which will be perfect for your Christmas morning brunch.
Deep dish spinach and prosciutto quiche
With a generous blend of cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, and a mouthwatering sesame crust, this delectable mix from Half Baked Harvest is what we will be serving on Christmas morning.
Loaded baked potato quiche
Loaded baked potatoes in the form of quiche? Consider us intrigued. With layers of cheese and plenty of bacon, this unique combo by Garlic and Zest will definitely hit the spot.
Sausage mushroom quiche
This hearty blend, from Whole Food, Real Families features freshly grated cheddar and a refreshing garnish of chopped chives. The thick, golden crust is also a plus.
Zucchini walnut quiche
Sweet Peas and Saffron knows how to make a good quiche. Here, subtle hints of garlic paired with zucchini and ricotta cheese, complete the nutty take on a classic.
Deep-dish spinach, leek, and bacon quiche
We can’t wait to sink our teeth into this cheesy, bacon, veggie-loaded mix from Foodie Crush! Aside from looking utterly delicious, it also comes with a handful of the brunch staples.
Smoked salmon millet quiche
Healthy crust aside, this creative version from Tuk’s Kitchen features salmon, artichokes, and a sprinkle of fresh pine nuts.
Green monster quiche
This dairy-free version from Occasionally Eggs comes loaded with fresh zucchini and a generous handful of fragrant basil leaves. We’re loving it for its rather untraditional shape that’s definitely big-crowd-friendly.
Leek and asparagus quiche
O & O Eats’ cheesy green blend features a slew of hearty flavors and a generous dose of gruyere.
Cake or quiche? You decide. With a buttery pastry shell and pounds of cheese coated mushrooms, this heavenly variation from Smitten Kitchen is a must-try. Its deep-dish-esque quality is even more reason to make it.
This (slightly) healthier recipe from Oh She Glows features the most refreshing ingredients and a unique medley of spices including; gluten-free rolled oats and coconut oil.
An inspired mix of the most refreshing ingredients and refined flavors, this zesty recipe from Well Plated definitely errs on the healthier side.
What makes this variation from The Kitchen Paper so delicious? We’d like to think that the chorizo and cheddar mix may have something to do with it.
This sweet and savory combo from Hip Foodie Mom boasts a hint of fresh thyme and a spicy pinch of nutmeg, resulting in a slightly spicer take on the usual.
Mini quiches with jerusalem artichokes
What’s Cooking Good Looking offers up a refreshing pairing of chives and sunchokes to lend a unique flavor dynamic courtesy of the array of bold herbs used within. Its (almost) bite-sized stature is only an added bonus.
Put leftovers to good use with this clever take from Food52, featuring a parmesan rice crust and a refreshing bunch of fresh kale.
Asparagus and goat cheese quiche
Caramelized onions complement the tangy flavors of fresh goat cheese in this hearty blend from Edible Sound Bites, which will surely please your guests on Christmas morning.
Goat cheese figs with serrano and figs
All eyes on this visually stunning dish courtesy of Bake to the Roots, featuring fresh figs, crème fraîche, and a gentle hint of thyme.
Chicken in the swamp
Just what exactly does a “swamp” pie entail? Here, Lady and Pups’ creamy custard is topped with a chicken, garlic, and thyme blended filling. Experimenting with unique flavors pairings strongly encouraged.
Perfect for brunch or dinner, this savory tart from Bon Appetit offers a hint of fennel and balsamic vinegar that is a welcome refresh from the usual.
Cheesy wild rice quiche
This clever blend from Lovely Little Kitchen comes with Canadian bacon (yes, please) and the rich flavor of wild rice.
Spring greens vegan quiche
Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes suggests a healthy alternative that doesn’t compromise on taste. And yes, that includes no shortage of bold flavors and seasonal greens.
These mini, crustless treats from Will Cook for Friends is simple to whip up for a last-minute fete. Its crustless, mini-size makes it perfect for a crowd.
With the sweet richness of dates —coupled with almonds and fragrant hint of sumac—Saveur’s take on a classic quiche is definitely a must.
Originally published December 2015. Updated December 2017.
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