Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 45 mins

an old recipe from a health co-op, great tasting and good for you!! So simple to prepare! Works great w/egg beaters too - if you prefer that alternative. great as a breakfast or dinner, hot or cold

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix together first 3 ingredients (rice, egg, swiss) and spread evenly in a greased 9" pie plate making a crust- do not bake.
  2. Mix together remaining ingredients until well blended.
  3. Fill pie plate and bake 35- 45 minutes or until firm at 350 degrees.


Most Helpful

I always use this crust for quiche. We all love it. I frequently make a spinach quiche in it with a few mushrooms added--yum!

elizabeth.walls September 23, 2011

While it turned out better than I had anticipated, I was still luke-warm about the rice-based pie crust and would probably try the recipe again in a flour-based pie crust. The filling was delicious, however! I made a few modifications to the filling: only used 2 eggs instead of 3, added 1/4 cup of swiss, added a little salt and nutmeg.

amalee09 September 22, 2011

This is very good. I liked it served at room temperature. I made a tweak: To the spinach, I added the juice and zest of a medium-size lemon, giving it a Mediterranian flare. I had to use white rice because I was out of brown. Since this is so easy to make, and I think fool-proof, I'll make this often. I want to try the rice crust with other fillings like south western, or summer veggies. Thanks!

Kathy228 January 24, 2010

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