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Crustless Quiche Recipe

We love this gluten free recipe for crustless quiche!

Since we are getting 15-20 eggs per day from our laying hens and ducks, and one of us is experimenting with gluten free recipes because of a suspected wheat intolerance, this is the perfect dish for us!

We double this and often have it for dinner. It goes great with a side dish of hashbrowns!

Crustless Quiche Recipe

  • 9 eggs
  • 1 1/2 cups milk
  • 1 cup cheese
  • 1 cup broccoli, ham bits, sausage, or whatever add-in you like

Combine eggs and milk. Beat well. Add the rest of the ingredients and pour into greased pie plate. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes or until the middle is set.

*Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures and Gluten Free Homemaker are excellent sites for gluten free recipes!

 

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  1. I like to line my pan with leftover cooked brown rice, too. Mmmmmm.

  2. I’ve been eating gluten free for about 7 years, and Gluten Free Homemaker is one of my favorite go-to sites for recipes and general information. I had not seen Lynn’s site before – thank you!

    When you have a minute (few and far between, I know), please visit me at http://www.wheatlessfoodie.blogspot.com.

  3. We don’t really eat gluten free around here, but crustless quiche sounds great! I never liked the crust anyway.

  4. Your eggs are beautiful – I would want them for decoration.

    Quiche is wonderful and limitless in variations. We have been gluten free in our house for 11 years. Our favourite is to heat hash browns and lightly press into a crust in my cast iron pans (we need two). Fill with egg mixture and put in the oven to finish.

    I will have to try Cindy’s variation with rice.

  5. Just a little warning!
    We just went to see our son’s pediatric gastroenterologist today, and he STERNLY WARNED us NOT to start a gluten free diet (for suspected wheat intolerance) and then randomly decided to re-introduce gluten because of the increased risk of anaphylactic shock!!! (and this doctor doesn’t get excited about much, but he did on today!! :\)
    P.S. our son has been scoped and biopsied to eliminate gluten/celiac disease, and he still warned against the experiment.

  6. A great dinner variation is salmon and spinach–I had some canned pink salmon I needed to use but you can use fresh, just cook it in the milk and let cool before adding to the eggs. For the spinach, just sautee with some chopped red onion and garlic. My six year old hates eggs but he loved the salmon and spinach quiche and ate three servings :p He also hates crust on just about everything so ours was crust free because he won’t eat it anyway LOL

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