Looking for a quick and easy breakfast recipe? This graham cracker crust quiche is the answer!
A couple years ago, I went over to my friend Cait’s house for a brunch and I’ll never forget – she served the most delicious quiche. I think I had three servings of breakfast quiche and I didn’t even hesitate…!
When I asked her about the recipe, she told me that it’s one her mom had made for years. She also told me how easy it was and I was kind of like…how easy could it be? This thing tastes like you spent all morning in your kitchen.
Easy Graham Cracker Crust Quiche
Turns out, she wasn’t lying and the secret ingredient is a store-bought graham cracker crust. Yes, the one you can buy in the baking aisle at the grocery store for $2!
Breakfast Quiche Recipe
Slightly sweet, but full of protein thanks to the eggs, this quiche recipe keeps for up to three days without issue. Truth be told, it may last longer, but we always finish it off between two and three days after I make it. It’s just so dang good!
What Is Quiche?
Quiche is a French dish, classified as a tart, and consists of a crust (typically a pastry) and a thick, savory filling, like custard. In this case, milk and eggs create a delicious filling.
If you’re feeling fancy, you can even mix in vegetables, but I really like this one all on its own. It’s truly up to you!
To make this Graham Cracker Crust Quiche, you will need:
1 large, store-bought graham cracker crust
1/4 cup milk (you can use heavy cream, 2%, coconut milk, almond milk…whatever you prefer!)
1 cup shredded cheese
1. Pre-heat your oven to 400 degrees.
2. In a large measuring cup, crack eggs, beat, and notate measurement.
3. Add milk until the mixture reaches 2 1/4 cups.
4. Mix in shredded cheese.
5. Pour mixture into the crust.
6. Bake for 30 minutes or until cooked through. You’ll know it’s ready when the center doesn’t jiggle anymore.
7. Eat warm and enjoy!
Just to note, save the plastic covering the graham cracker crust comes with, so you can use it as a lid to store your leftovers in the refrigerator. If you’re re-heating the quiche, just pop it into the microwave for a minute.