Leftover Stuffing Quiche

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 45 mins

A tasty and creative I came up with to use up holiday leftovers!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
  2. In a small casserole dish pat the suffing into the dish forming a crust. If needed mix the stuffing with a bit of melted butter to help it adhere.
  3. Bake the crust for about 8-10 minutes until it is slightly set.
  4. Take casserole out of the oven and scatter cheese and meat over the crust.
  5. Mix eggs, seasoning, garlic (I LOVE garlic, so you may want to add a great deal less), and milk together then pour into the caserole dish.
  6. Bake quiche for about 30-35 minutes OR until set.
Most Helpful

This was very tasty! I added sautéed mushrooms and a little baking powder to the eggs. This is a lovely dish to use up the leftover stuffing from holiday meals. Thanks for sharing.

Hunkle December 01, 2014

Excellent use of leftovers! I gave it a 5 and DH a 3.5 but he doesn't like any quiche too much. I used a 9" quiche pan. I scrambled a little sausage in onion and used leftover green bean casserole for the veggie. I also think I cooked longer than stated - it had a nice crispy, cheesy crust on top. Thanks!

ronandteri December 05, 2009

You earned me the best cooker in the world award tonight according to my 5 yr old LOL. This was an amazingly easy dish. I used 5 eggs instead of just 3 and parmesan cheese instead of regular shredded. I'm a garlic lover too, but I actually added more because 1/2 tsp didn't seem like enough! :D This will be made many times in my house for the main reason of I love quiche type meals and this is the first one my daughter ate without fighting!

Sam #3 March 03, 2008

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