- 1 whole unbaked pie crust (enough For A Deep Dish Pan)
- 2 whole yellow onions (Sliced)
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 8 slices bacon
- 8 whole large eggs
- 1 1/2 cups heavy cream (Or Half-and-Half)
- 2 cups grated sharp cheddar cheese
Haley 19 days ago
Love it!!!! It was delicious!
Rob 20 days ago
Turned out great! Added black beans to the mix. Make sure to sauté onions in the bacon grease, for sure. Also, added fresh pico, avocado, and a dollop of sour cream on top each serving! I can’t stress enough how that last little bit took this recipe to a whole new level!
Luke 2 months ago
I made similar to this today but Keto Diet friendly. Using Panchetta instead of bacon, Mediterranean crumbled cheese and the last bit of goat cheese, colorful bell peppers and spinach.
Maria Denzen-kelly 2 months ago
Excellent And I made a homemade butter crust for it:-)
Margaret Locklear 4 months ago
Actually made two pies
SuperbFoodLover 5 months ago
Excellent!! lovely and creamy
TaChara Davis 5 months ago
Great recipe!!! Passed it along to family & friends!
Hi Carol 6 months ago
It turn out great I will be making it again.
Kimberley M. 6 months ago
Loved this! It does make to much for one shell, but the extra made excellent scrambled eggs. I added baby spinach.
Ktrna 7 months ago
Great! Although it says to use a deep dish pie pan if you lack the tart tin, there was way too much volume for a deep 9” pie pan. As in it could’ve easily made a quiche and a half. Would recommend an onion and a half instead of 2 and maybe eating two or three of your bacon strips outside of the quiche.
Jessica L. 10 months ago
Used Gouda instead of sharp cheddar and it was super tasty!
Arlette Charles 10 months ago
this looks delicious
Loupe a year ago
Use TWO regular size (not deep dish) frozen crusts! This quiche was silky, filling, & delicious, but it made WAY too much for one deep-dish pie crust. I had to text my neighbor to ask if she wanted "the other quiche". This recipe could be divided by half to make one quiche.
YumChef a year ago
My boyfriend loved this! Def one to add to the sunday brunch menu!
Ryan Benzinger a year ago
needs more flavor so next time using some different cheeses but okay.
Lori Switzer a year ago
Really Good! I really liked the caramelized onion. will make again.
Julie & Rod a year ago
Made this for Rod this morning and it was fantastic. He said it was like having an entire breakfast in every bite. My only advice is to save yourself the trouble I had, line the baking sheet with foil because cleaning the baking sheet from the "overflow" was daunting. It puffed up a bit while cooking and slightly spilled over. We will make this for company sometime.
Nicky M. a year ago
Delish! Will make this again.
Barbara Miethke a year ago
Very taste.will make again.
Mindy H. 2 years ago
Yummy Added mushrooms to mine.
Hartman 2 years ago
Yum! The caramelized onions are so so good. Will absolutely make again
Emily C. 2 years ago
This is my go to quiche recipe. I use half as much onion and substitute with whole milk instead of cream and ham instead of bacon for a less indulgent version, perfect for week day breakfast/ lunch. My coworkers are always envious!
Tricia Gustafson 2 years ago
I put way to many onions in it, and it overpowered the flavor. It was still good, but I think I'm going to cut back on the onions, add hash browns and go from there. Also I did not use the pie crust. I oiled my glass pie pan and it worked perfectly.
Sandy S. 3 years ago
I served this to my "Real Men Don't Eat Quiche" brother... He wanted the recipe!!! Enough said (It was awesome)!!!
Whyspurr Yep 4 years ago
I loved this recipe. I made it for work added cooked sausage and country ham to the crunchy bacon in it. Needless to say there were no leftovers for me to take home. I prepped everything the night before and omitted the onions. I also used a 9 inch round baking pan. I had to roll out the pie crust a bit to make it come all the way up on the sides. LOVE THIS RECIPE!!!!!! thanks yummly