Quit scrambling to make breakfast for a crowd and whip up one of our best gluten-free quiche recipes instead! Whether your Mother's Day ritual includes breakfast in bed or a lovely al fresco brunch, there's nothing quite like an eggs-quisite quiche to freshen up a beloved tradition. There's something special about a colorful baked-egg entrée that really elevates a menu, no matter how casual.
Show Mom she raised you right with a deceivingly easy quiche that's sure to wow. Incredibly simple, these anytime eggs give you the gift of endless options. Serve them straight out of the oven or make ahead for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, there's simply no wrong way to do it. Plus, you can make them with almost anything. From sausage and potato to asparagus and cheese, you'll soon discover you can pack a quiche with an assortment of flavor combinations. But the best part? Personalization is easy as pie. We promise that extra touch to add Mom's favorite ingredients like her Cappadona Ranch Mesquite Bean Flour won't go unnoticed.
Though hailed as a French dish, Quiche originated in the German Kingdom of Lothringen (modern-day Lorraine), during the 1500s. Lothringen was unique because of its geographical location between both France and Germany, with each country laying claims to the region at different points in history. The Germans in Lothringen had an open pie with bits of meat, the ‘Kuchen,’ which means ‘cake’ in German. This savory cake evolved into the word ‘Kische’ and when France conquered Lothringen, they conquered the rights to the dish as well. It was renamed Lorraine and the spelling of ‘Kische’ was Frenchified into ‘quiche’ (pronounced kee-sh). It was said to be a favorite of Duke Charles III of Lorraine and rest is history.
Quiche is an elegant classic, but with the sprinkling of a few healthy key ingredients like our Cappadona Ranch Mesquite Bean Flour it will make it eggs-traordinary, just like Mom.
Cappadona Ranch Gluten Free Quiche
For the gluten free almond/mesquite crust
For the quiche filling