Get ready for your new breakfast obsession: my Bisquick quiche recipe! While quiches are delicious — fluffy eggs, salty bacon, and cheese in a flaky pie crust! — when most people hear “quiche,” they think of complex breakfast pies that are at high-end brunch spreads.
That kind of luxury couldn’t possibly be made at home — could it? Enter Bisquick breakfast recipes! Not only is this quiche recipe something you can make at home easily, but it’s also out-of-this-world delicious in every fluffy, savory bite. I serve this dish, of course for breakfast, but it makes a lovely lunch, or light supper meal as well.
What I Love About This Recipe
So simple — make it in less than 45 minutes!
6 easy ingredients, plus salt and pepper
Eggs, cheese, and bacon make it a crowd-pleasing dish!
4 quick steps
How To Make Bisquick Quiche Recipe
This recipe is a winner from every angle. The taste is obviously sensational — and it whips together in a snap!
- First, sprinkle the bacon, cheese, and onion into a greased pie plate.
- Then in a separate bowl, mix up eggs, milk, salt, and pepper.
- Add Bisquick and whisk until mixture is smooth.
- Gently pour the liquid into your pie plate.
- Bake for 40 minutes.
Ingredients You’ll Need
- Bacon: Not all bacon is created equal! I love using thick-cut, smoked bacon — it gives the finished quiche a delicious bold smoky flavor, along with dense, chewy chunks of bacon. But feel free to use thin cut or even something wild like pancetta or Canadian bacon. Go crazy!
- Cheese: I use Swiss cheese in my recipe, but this is another ingredient that can easily be swapped. Swiss has a mild taste and melts beautifully, but you can also use cheddar if you want a sharper bite.
- Onion: I generally use a yellow onion. White can work well, too.
- Milk: I use whole milk but a lower fat version can work, too.
- Bisquick: The starring ingredient! You may have seen other Bisquick impossible pie recipes floating around and wondered what makes them so impossible, and why is Bisquick so versatile? We owe this adaptable ingredient to a clever train chef — he had made his own pre-made biscuit dry mix, and a traveling salesman from General Mills loved the idea so much, he altered it for mass production. So now we have Bisquick, which of course makes delicious biscuits, but can do so much more!
- Eggs: I use large eggs.
- Salt and Pepper
Cool The Pie:
Be sure to allow the pie to cool before slicing and serving. It needs to cool to finish setting.
How Long Can You Keep This In The Fridge?
You can store your finished quiche in the fridge for up to four days. It’ll start to get a bit soggy, but you can always revive it by baking it in a toaster oven or giving it a few minutes in your standard oven. This is also a great way to store your grab and go breakfast slices if you want!
Can You Freeze This?
Yes! Because the dairy is all blended up with the other ingredients, it won’t do anything funky in the freezer. You can safely store this quiche in your freezer for up to three months. This would make a great breakfast on the go! Slice up your quiche, store the slices individually, and freeze them. Then when you need a fast, delicious breakfast, grab a slice, and you’re off!
Make Ahead Tips
This quiche recipe pulls together so quickly that I don’t have any make-ahead tips! It’s so fast. The actual prep time is only 10 minutes. I mean, that’s pretty incredible, right?
If you want, you can always make the quiche base ahead of time and store the unbaked quiche in your fridge for up to four days. If you know you’ll need to pop it in the oven early the next morning, you can whip it up the night before and leave it to chill without worrying!
Here’s an article about how to store properly.
This base quiche recipe is plenty delicious on its own — but what fun mix-ins can we try? Read on!
What Vegetables Can I Add To This Recipe? Bisquick impossible vegetable pie is a famous version of this recipe, but what specifically can you add? Virtually any you like. Try fresh, chopped spinach, sautéd bell peppers (any color) chopped, or cooked and chopped broccoli,
Can I Bake This In A Casserole Dish Instead? Need to feed a crowd? Double your recipe and make in a 9 X 13 inch baking dish. You may need to adjust your cooking time, but just monitor your casserole for toothpick doneness.
Change Up The Meat And Cheese: The recipe calls for bacon and swiss but any meat you’d use for breakfast, like sauasage, ham, Canadian bacon will work deliciously. Try using cheddar, colby or Monterey jack instead of the Swiss.
- 12 slices bacon chopped, cooked, drained on a paper towel-lined plate
- 1 cup Swiss cheese shredded
- 1/3 cup onion diced
- 2 cups milk
- 1 cup Bisquick
- 4 large eggs
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray a 10-inch pie plate with nonstick cooking spray; set aside.
- In this order, sprinkle the bacon, cheese, and onion evenly in the pie plate.
- In a mixing bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, salt, and pepper. Add Bisquick and whisk until mixture is smooth. Pour egg mixture into pie plate.
- Bake in the preheated oven until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean, about 35-40 minutes. If quiche top browns too quickly, loosely cover with aluminum foil.
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