Ham & Cheese Quiche

"You can serve this for dinner or for breakfast. Delicious."
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  • Beat eggs with milk, salt and pepper in bowl.
  • Add ham and cheese.
  • Pour into pie shell.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
  • Let stand for several minutes before serving.

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  1. My first quiche! Delicious and easy. I added a small red bell pepper and two green onions and an extra egg. I put tin foil on for the 45 minutes and cooked it another 20 without the tinfoil. Turned out perfect. Can't wait to try it out with other ingredients.
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  2. This was an outstanding quiche! I did alter the recipe a bit: I added an extra egg and substituted heavy cream for the milk (keeping the amt. the same) and this gave it a thicker texture. I also added 1 roma tomato (seeded). Very good! A great way to use up leftover Christmas ham! I only made one, but will be sure to prepare 2 next time! Thanks!
  3. Our entire family LOVED this! But, since there's 6 of us I used 6 eggs, 1 1/2 cups ham, and 1 1/2 cups cheese, and then cooked it for about 15 minutes longer with foil on top to prevent burning. Thanks so much for the great recipe - kids are already asking when we can have this again!!!
  4. Delicious and so easy. My only change was adding a little bit of swiss cheese in with the cheddar. I brought it into work and everyone loved it!!
  5. This recipe is fantastic just as it is. My husband loved it. It is also a great recipe to play with. Tonight I'm adding a bit of sauteed mushroom, onion and spinach along with the ham.


  1. Such a great and simple recipe! I tweaked it by adding green onion, and next time might add other vegetables like bell pepper, tomatoes, and mushrooms.
  2. Not the first time, but, I am tweaking with mushrooms, onion and spinach with a dash of nutmeg this time. I'll let you know.
  3. Ok, so I wanted to test out my new Jovial Einkorn flour for holiday pie crusts and decided to try making quiche for dinner. I had some leftover ham and half an onion in the fridge. I decided to saute them with some diced onion and sprinkled on some tarragon as it goes well with eggs. I also used Tillamook cheese (our absolute favorite cheddar). All-in-all, those are the changes! How much tarragon, I eye balled it! Maybe 1/2-1 teaspoon, the onion was about 1/4 of a tennis ball size, salt and pepper to taste. I mixed a little cheese in my ham and onion after it cooled (while I was making the crust), filled the crust with my ham and onion mixture and poured the egg and milk mixture overtop. I then topped it all with more cheese! We like cheese. Since I used a Tart pan, my quiche was not super thick and only needed 30-min in the oven on 350. The comments here at home were, "Mmmmmm, this is good mom!" And from hubs, "Babe, you rock. Can I have seconds?"
  4. I usually make a recipe the first time exactly as written. This time though I did substitute. I'm on Keto so I replaced the milk with the exact amount of heavy cream. Luscious!
  5. Great quiche. I added fresh broccoli, mushrooms, and onions. Family loved it.


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