Country Quiche

I have always been intimidated by the Quiche.  I have never made one before now.  Thanks to a fun cooking group I am apart of we were encouraged to make a quiche.  I combined a few recipes and tried some things of my own and it turned out great.  The kids even liked it.

Mostly, I wanted to share it because then I get to be the one that says, “I know it’s quich-e but I had an “egg” cellent time making this.” Yep, I just said that.

Anyway, without further ado, the Country Quiche.


1-store bought pie crust

1- medium yellow onion (caramelized)

5-6 slices of bacon cooked and crumbled

1/2 pound hamburger browned (Sausage would be awesome too, but one of my kids doesn’t like it so we did hamburger-more mild)

1 package of frozen spinach (cooked)

8- large eggs

1.5 cups heavy cream

2 cups cheddar cheese (grated)

Salt and Pepper to taste


Start by preparing the ingredients (caramelize onions, cook and crumble bacon, brown hamburger, cook spinach) I added the bacon in with my onion.

Flatten pie crust and place in deep dish pan lightly greased.

Then beat eggs and heavy cream together. Add Salt and Pepper.


Combine all ingredients together and pour into pie crust.


Cover with Foil.

Bake at 400 degrees for 50-60 minutes.


Slice and Serve and proceed to make corny jokes.  Enjoy!


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  1. Lonni Myler

    That looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing

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