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Made this fun lunch today. Super easy to make and delicious. I added sliced tomatoes to the top during the last 10 minutes of baking. A great brunch option!

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Laowai wife April 18, 2009

Tasty (picture doesn't match the recipe)! A couple of changes I made. I used egg beaters, reduced the milk just a little, and used a little more egg, to make the consistency less watery. Added a quarter of a teaspoon more salt. Poured 3/4 the batter into the pan, then sprinkled the cheese and used the rest of the batter, made for a better consistency. I agree with everyone else, really easy to make, and easy to add your different touches.

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smmacphail January 27, 2014

This was one of the better "impossible" style quiches I've made. The method did produce an almost crustlike surface at the bottom of the pan topped with the eggy filling. The bacon & onion were spot on in the amounts. I baked in a deep dish pie pan and the ingredients filled it perfectly with no over flow. I'll be using this recipe again. Thank you for sharing! Made for Fall 2012 Pick A Chef.

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Susie D October 13, 2012

Made this receipe today for a picnic! Turned out well and got the thumbs up from my friends. Used 'giant' muffin tray (makes 6 small quiches). I used an extra egg and a bit less milk and it turned out a perfect consistency and texture. I think "forming it's own crust" is probably overstating it a bit - mine didn't form any 'crust' really, but definitely held itself together well. I also added some sliced mushrooms, and sauteed the onion/garlic/mushrooms in a little balsamic vinegar - DIVINE. Also it's quite low-guilt given that there's no butter or oil! I'd recommend this recipe and will definitely try it again to see if I can get the miraculous crust to appear...

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jackimaree May 26, 2012

Great tasting quiche! Easy to make and put together. Mine took an hour to cook through, but it may just be my oven isn't as hot as recipe poster. Made for Spring 2012 PAC.

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AcadiaTwo March 28, 2012

This was pretty good. I followed the recipe exactly as written. I'm thinking of throwing in some home fries in the next time I make it. It is a "make-again" recipe.

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HisPixie May 02, 2010

I like food. Food is tasty, in my mouth. It made my tummy full. Husband enjoyed this very much! I made a couple changes - subbed diced pepperoni for bacon and added red pepper and jalapenos. I also wait until I'm ready to serve to top with cheese because I save the leftovers and like to have the melted cheese on top. Thanks for this one!!

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Mindelicious April 17, 2010

This was a very tasty quiche. I used 5 eggs instead of 4, and 1/2 cup milk - I omitted the onion because I made this just for my kids. They gobbled it down. Thanks for sharing!

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Lori Leach February 24, 2010

WOW!!! These taste amazing, just like my mother makes! I used turkey bacon and (in the absence of bisquick) just used 1/2 cup of self-rising flour with a pinch of extra baking soda and baking powder. I also upped the egg count to 6, since some of my eggs were a little small. Definitely on my "keepers" list! Thanks waterbaby09!

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Dottygumdrop February 17, 2010

What can I say? Just an EXCELLENT, EASY dish. Mine wasn't runny at all! Came out perfect! This will definitely be a staple in my kitchen =) Thanks!

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Blue Violet 66 February 01, 2010
Low Fat Bisquick Crust Bacon and Cheese Quiche