Simple Quiche recipe.

Simple Quiche Recipe

Do you find yourself with too much of one ingredient sometimes? If you grow your own veggies, its often that you have a lot of one thing all at once. Are you googling what to do with a lot of onions...herbs or spinach?

Well if it's vegetables that are taking up room in your crisper, and you need to clear them out for next week's shop, here's a Simple quiche recipe that might come in handy. It can be pastry-less or with a thin crust, without having to defrost sheets of pastry or fiddle with filo.

High in protein, this simple quiche recipe can be made vegetarian or for meat-eaters. Sorry not for vegans this time!!

I've used the following combinations with this simple quiche recipe:

  • Ham and cheese
  • Spinach, feta and corn
  • Cherry tomato, Kale and Feta
  • Kale and Pumpkin

Other ingredients that would work for this simple quiche recipe include:

  1. Onions, leeks and garlic
  2. Silverbeet, Tuscan Kale, Baby Spinach
  3. Basil, Oregano, Parsley, Chives, Shallots
  4. Potato, Sweet Potato, Pumpkin
  5. Green Beans, Asparagus, Peas
  6. Bacon, Ham, BBQ Chicken breast

Some combinations that might work well for you could be:

  • Potato, Leeks and Gruyere cheese
  • Cherry Tomatoes, Oregano, Basil and Spinach
  • Asparagus, Peas, Sweet potato, Chives and Feta
  • Cherry Tomatoes, Feta, Tuscan Kale and Onion
  • Goats Cheese, Pumpkin and Baby Spinach

Simple Quiche Base Recipe


6 Eggs

1 cup milk

1/2 cup cream

Handful of tasty grated cheese (optional)

2 Tblsp plain flour + 1pkt spring dried veg soup mix for the base (optional)


  1. Beat together eggs, milk and cream.
  2. Add your choice of other vegetables and cheese.
  3. Add flour and soup mix if you want a thin base.
  4. Put in a greased quiche dish or pyrex dish. Bake on Moderate oven (180C) for 45min or until cooked in the centre. No longer than 1hr.

This quiche serves 4, but I have also done a big batch cook of this recipe to feed 30 people. Made hot for dinner or lunch or stored in the fridge for a few days for leftover lunches and snacking, these quiches are a staple in my household for kids and adults.

Happy cooking!

Here are some other examples from the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet you could use for inspiration:

Salmon and Asparagus Frittata

Pumpkin and Spinach Frittata


Simple Quiche Recipe

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