Monday, January 16, 2012

Bacon & Swiss Quiche

{Bacon & Swiss Quiche}

I first had this delightful quiche about 7 years ago at a bridal shower.
It was my hubby's Aunt Marty's recipe.  I've never had anything she had that wasn't yummy.
We have been enjoying it ever since.  We had a very fun (but busy) weekend.
We headed to the Great Wolf Lodge for a few days of R&R.  It was wonderful.
However, come Sunday evening I wanted a simple supper.  This hit the spot.
This is a perfect recipe for a Baby or Bridal shower....or just a nice quick meal.
Enjoy!  Blessings for a wonderful week!
Carla <><

Pie Crust, Eggs, Green Onion, Bacon Bits, Swiss Cheese, Parmesan Cheese, Half & Half, Dill, Parsley, Salt, Pepper

Poke the pie crust and bake 450' 10 min

Melt 2 TB Butter and saute' the green onions

whisk the eggs, half & half, dill, parsley, salt, and pepper

Mix Well

Pour the butter/onion mixture into bottom of pie crust

Add Bacon Bits
 (You can cook and chop your own)

Add Swiss and Parmesan Cheese

Pour egg mixture into pie the crust

Place on a baking sheet and bake
400' 20 min (then reduce heat to 350') 350' 20 min

Ready  to enjoy

Bacon & Swiss Quiche:

1 Pie Crust
2 TB Butter
3 Green Onions
3 Eggs
1 1/2 Cup Half & Half
1 TB Parsley
1 tsp Dill
1/2 tsp Salt
Dash Pepper
Bacon Bits
Swiss Cheese
Parmesan Cheese

1. Bake Pie Crust (450' 10min)
2. Saute' Green Onions in Butter
3. Whisk Eggs, Half & Half, Parsley, Dill, Salt, and Pepper
4. Pour Onion into Pie Crust
5. Layer Bacon, Swiss, Parmesan Cheese (how every much you desire)
(I did about 3/4 cup of bacon bits, 3 slices of swiss, and 1/2 cups parm)
6. Add Egg Mixture
7. Bake 400' 20 min reduce heat 350' for 20-25 min till golden

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  1. This looks so good. Might just have to add that into the rotation for next week!

  2. MMMMmmmm--that looks fabulous! I will save this recipe for when our chickens resume egg-laying! (currently they appear to be taking the winter off)

    Thank you!

  3. Wowzer, I am pregnant...and this is torturing me! I want it now.

  4. Mooberry Farmwife-Thank you! I've been trying to talk my hubby into getting laying hens for a few years...please tell me it's wonderful :) My father-in-law raised some that we butchered last spring. The meat did not taste good. We think they were eating dirt and gravel.

    Jennifurla- If I could send you one thru the computer I would. Anything for an expecting momma! Best Wishes!

    Tiffany- Did you notice the store bought pie crust. :) Just trying to make you proud!
    Carla <><

  5. Looks and sounds great! I love quiche!