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Crustless Sausage Quiche

If you have been reading my blog for awhile you know I like variety. I get tired of making the same recipes over and over. Quiche is no exception to that. I have at least four different ones that I make. I already have a pepperoni quiche, a salmon quiche, and a bacon spinach quiche on this site. Yes, I love quiches.

One reason that we like quiche is because it can be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It is also very versatile. You can add whatever vegetables or meat that you want. You can change the cheeses around and use different ones each time. Changing these things around helps give you variety.

Most quiches have crust. However, two of my children do not like crust. They don’t like it on anything. They will leave the crust on the plate when they eat a piece of pie. I love the crust and can’t figure out why they don’t like it, but they don’t. This quiche though is crustless which they love. No crust to leave behind.

Crustless quiches also work well for gluten free cooking.

Another thing I like about this recipe is that it makes two large quiches. We can get several meals out of this. We use if for two or more breakfasts or a dinner and a breakfast.

This quiche is a little different because it does not have milk in it. It has cottage cheese. This gives it a little different texture than a regular quiche, but we like it. I know many of you may not like cottage cheese, but you really can’t tell that is what is in this. It just helps give it a nice thick consistency.

This recipe is adapted from an old Taste Of Home Recipe. I have adapted it quite a bit, but the basics are the same.

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  1. That’s funny. I posted a crustless quiche recipe this week too. Yours sounds great.
    .-= Linda´s last blog ..Kitchen Scale Giveaway =-.

    • @Linda, Crustless quiches are becoming one of our favorite gf meals. I love how easy they are and how well they turn out gf. Plus, there are so many versions that you can make, that they seem different every time. I need to try yours because it is different than the ones I have tried.

  2. I’ve never actually made a quiche before. Not sure why but I like to eat them and I like the idea of crustless just to have one less step to do. I’m booking marking this recipe and am excited to try it!
    .-= Leslie´s last blog ..what coupons to keep =-.

  3. I’ve never made a quiche before, but I’m definitely thinking more about it now! I love the versatility you mentioned (breakfast, lunch, or dinner).

  4. How can you NOT like crust? Oh my goodness!

    This looks great! I love quiche, too, but it’s not something I usually make.
    .-= Vanderbilt Wife´s last blog ..Losing It (Not Just Our Sanity) =-.

  5. I am definitely going to give this a try! Looks divine. 🙂 Melissa
    .-= Melissa´s last blog ..Book Week in Blogland =-.

  6. do you think i could make this the night before and pop it in the oven in the a.m. for breakfast/brunch?


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