Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 35 mins

This is the recipe that inspired me to purchase a Corning Ware quiche dish, not that it is an absolute requirement. A girlfriend from college (she and I were both returning adult students) gave me this recipe, upon my request, after she'd served it at one of our get-togethers. A crust forms as the quiche is baking. This can be served just about any time.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix half of both cheeses with all other ingredients.
  2. Put into greased 8-inch pyrex pie pan (or quiche dish).
  3. Bake at 425 degrees F for 30 minutes.
  4. Sprinkle with remaining cheese.
  5. Bake 2 minutes more or until cheese begins to brown on edges.
  6. Cut into wedges or squares and serve immediately.
  7. Note: Can be baked in a 9 X 13 glass baking pan if recipe is doubled.


Most Helpful

SUPERB!! I made this tonight for dinner for a change, DD frowned at it and asked for seconds :-) Instead of swiss cheese I just used all mild cheddar, and a green onion too. Thanks for a good recipe!

Dana-MMH December 02, 2002

This quiche is a lovely dish to serve to guests. I made the dish following the instructions given, but I did use green onions instead of regular onions. I don't think that altered the taste of the original recipe. The flavor was wonderful and it was very easy to make. I followed your advice, Cindy, and made it in a quiche pan. It turned out so pretty! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.

Miss Annie November 12, 2002

It was an okay basic crustless recipe. I found it to be a little more firm that I typically like in a quiche and in need of some more seasoning, perhaps chives or rosemary. Otherwise, it had a good flavor and was very simple to make!

Cookin Up Love October 02, 2012

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