Sausage & Bacon Breakfast Quiche

An easy breakfast quiche filled with sausage, bacon, eggs, milk, half an and two varieties of cheese. 
Good Morning everyone. Today I'm posting a recipe for my favorite breakfast quiche. I was going to go with a overnight breakfast casserole for Thanksgiving morning, but time got away from me, so I had to improvise. I still had a lot of prepping to do for Thanksgiving so breakfast sort of got pushed aside. 

Instead of making an overnight casserole, I prepared a breakfast quiche instead. It is super easy to throw together I could make it on the day of. This quiche is our favorite because it is so versatile. As long as you have the basic egg, milk and cheese ingredients you can pretty much change this quiche recipe to suit your taste.

I chose to make my favorite sausage and bacon quiche, but if you just ant sausage that is fine too. Sometime folks think bacon and sausage is just too meaty for their taste. You can also add ham, spinach, sauteed peppers, onions, green onions, mushrooms and whatever cheese variety you want to make a whole new quiche recipe. 

Just use your imagination and come up with all different varieties. As for what type of cheese to use, Cheddar, Monterey Jack, Swiss, Mozzarella or even Fontina works great. one of my favorite quiche combinations is cubed ham, green onions and Swiss cheese. Also it's pretty simple to use mini pie shells to make little individual quiches. 

If using mini pie shells the cooking time will reduce so keep that in mind. Mini pie shells can be hard to find so when you see them in the grocery store grab a box. I know quiche isn't anything new, but if you have never tried one, I hope you'll give this recipe a try. In usual I have included some step-by-step instructions, but the full recipe is at the end of this post.

To start preheat oven to 350 degrees. Add shredded cheese to a small bowl and toss cheese with flour, set aside. Fry bacon and sausage until cooked. Drain off any grease. Crumble the bacon and sausage and set aside. In a large bowl combine the eggs and milk. 

Add the bacon and cheese to the egg mix and mix well. 

Pour into an unbaked crust and bake at 350 for 1 hour or until set. 

Insert toothpick or knife to test if the quiche is cooked through. You do not want the egg mixture to be jiggly. Cool slightly and serve.

 Everyone loved the quiche so much that I wasn't able to get a photo of the quiche sliced. I will try again next time I make it. 

Before I go I want to say that it was such a blessing to have my delicious breakfast quiche featured in the March/April 2013 issue of Taste of the South's Breakfast Issue. I hope you will check it out.


Kirby said…
I wish I would have seen this earlier and I would have made it for breakfast! Happy Sunday!
I love breakfast quiche and you just gave me a great suggestion for using mini pie shells! Never have I thought to use those. I actually have some now because I made mini apple pies for Thanksgiving. You are right, they were tough to find, but I found them at Walmart. I think they always have them.
quiche is totally my favorite too. Awesome post.
Rachelle S said…
Morning Tina! I am sharing my favorite appetizer for the Holidays, Sweet Onion Tartlets. I have some tartlet cups and stuff leftover to make more, so I think I'll do that today.
Tina Butler said…
Miranda I guess I think they are hard to find because, mini pie shells are something we don't use often. I am sure Walmart has had them all along. LOL

Rachelle your tartlettes sound wonderful. Great using all the leftovers too.

Kirby maybe you can make it for Christmas.

Damaris I have never been to your site, it's beautiful!!! I am so making those caramel popcorn ball lolipops. And such a cute idea for the snow globe cookies.
Jane said…
I love any kind of quiche! They're great for any time of the day!

I added the Mini Gingerbread Raisin Loaves that are great for Christmas gift giving.
Mindie Hilton said…
That quiche looks so good, I am going to have to try this one.
Sherry said…
It looks so yummy, may have to try this!
Michele said…
Mmmm, everything I love! This looks wonderful and very satisfying.
claire said…
looks amazing! hope you had a great thanksgiving!
Leslie said…
Looks delish. Quiche is a snap to make. YUM
Rachel said…
WE love love love quiche!
Nathan was completely opposed to it when I first served it to him, until he tasted it ;-) then, he was hooked!

I didn't recognize the place! too cute! ;-)

Thanks for linking the recipe!!! you've inspired me to make quiche again!
Desi said…
I just read your post linked to caring for cast iron skillets - I was wondering... how often do you need to season your cast iron skillet?? I just got my first one (yay!) and it came preseasoned. But now I am wondering how often I need to season it myself. Any thoughts?
Tina Butler said…
Once a cast iron skillet is seasoned you should not have to season it again.
Desi said…
Thanks so much for your advice!!
Anonymous said…
I made this wonderful quiche tonight for dinner. I had a lot of spiral ham leftover from our Sun dinner so I subsituted ham. I think I diced up about 1 1/4 cups. I also sauteed some onion and green pepper and added. I only had cheddar cheese on hand but I mixed some mild and sharp. I also added a little black pepper and a little Mrs Dash. This was soooooo delish! It cooked and set up just perfectly. I fixed a tossed salad with it. I look forward to making this again and will try bacon and sausage. I can see where you can get creative with this recipe or just use up ingredients you have on hand. I am so glad I tried this as it's going to be a favorite in our house from now on!
Aggie said…
Oh Tina, this looks great. My hubby would love this! I love quiches!!
Karen said…
Can you add sweet bell peppers and onions to this, I used to have a breakfast recipe like this but it had those vegetables in it, and it was fantastic, I also used to switch meats, but unfortunately lost the recipe and have been looking for one ever since.
Scarlett said…
I love many quiches, but don't like ones that are too "eggy". Could I maybe make this with 2 or 3 eggs & add a bit more milk? Thanks :-)