This was delicious! Don't use more than 3 tablespoons of the blue cheese or it will be too overpowering. This dish was fairly easy, and the taste was worth every minute. Thanks L DJ!
My DH was less than thrilled when I told him "quiche for dinner". He ate half of it. Wow was this ever good! The only change I made was garden chives over the onion. Loved the touch of blue cheese! My new "go to" Quiche! Thanks for posting!!
My dh and I have never been big fans of quiches, however this one has to be the best one ever. I didn't have half and half so I used whole milk, and I didn't have blue cheese (which I love) so I just used some cheddar. I alsoused turkey bacon. I can't wait to try it with the blue cheese next time. Thanks for posting this tasty recipe.
Delish! Thanks for posting! This one freezes well too. I mixed all the raw ingredients in a lg baggie (after cooking and cooling bacon) sealed the bag, labeled it, placed that baggie in the pie shell, then slipped those into a 2nd lg baggie! Came out beautifully when I defrosted it to use.
Very nice quiche, simple to make and full of flavor - was a nice presentation for visitors . I did cheat and used a prepared pie crust (I'm terrible @ crust & didn't want to take a chance of ruining it) Flavors blended nicely for a very grown-up and impressive dish. Thanks LDJ for posting.
OMG, I love this quiche. Thanks so much for posting!
We all loved this!
I made a modification of this recipe for my husband's family last weekend and everyone loved it!! I used Gouda instead of swiss, since I had some already and used a whole container (16oz) of egg substitute, three eggs worth would not be nearly enough. This increased the cooking time about 20 minutes. Fabulous combination of flavors.
This was great! I didn't have any blue cheese, so I left it out, but it was great anyway!
This was so delicious! The flavors were excellent together, I think this is the best quiche I've had. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe :)