This easy gluten free quiche with sausage and tomato and a crazy good cheese cracker crust is an easy brunch.
Even better? Both kids loved it! (How often does that happen??)
(*This post was sponsored by Lance, the ultimate in gluten free crackers! All opinions are my own, and as always, I appreciate your support of the brands that help offset the cost of running this blog.)
Do you often feel like a short order cook between what you and your husband eat, and what your kids will eat? I feel your pain! I have a picky one, and over the years it has been hard to make just one family meal. Now that she is older, she knows how to make scrambled eggs for herself…but still, it was a lot of work to get nutrition into her!
I think this easy quiche recipe may be the answer. The secret is the special crust…it makes everything else taste amazing!
Do you remember those delicious “Cheese It” crackers from before we were gluten free? I haven’t seen anything remotely close to those crackers in the gluten free realm, until now. Lance makes the BEST ever Gluten Free Cheddar Cheese Crackers.
Lance Snacks Gluten Free Crackers:
Lance Snacks makes a lot of delicious gluten free crackers that your whole family will love. Lance made gluten free versions of their most popular snack crackers. Do you remember Ritz Crackers? Lance has a gluten free version that tastes really close to that cracker.
They even make a gluten free version of my former favorites, peanut butter sandwich crackers and cheese sandwich crackers! They come in either snack packs so you can take them on the go easily, or a big box! (The pouches also work out perfectly for a healthier snack in your kids’ lunchboxes!
Lance Snack crackers use real peanut butter and cheese and have NO artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. They have no high fructose corn syrup or hydrogenated oils, so you can feel good about serving these crackers to your family.
These crackers are so good that I knew I had to create something special with these! In the past, I have made quiche and struck out with my picky eater. She has remained my “picky one” for years, and I really haven’t made quiche in that long.
I don’t know why I decided to try a quiche, but I am so glad I did. It must be the cheese crackers, but both of my kids devoured this gluten free quiche recipe. The hero of this easy quiche recipe is the Lance Gluten Free Cheese Crackers. These gluten free crackers make the best gluten free pie crust ever.
I wanted to make a short video to show you how easy this gluten free sausage quiche is to make. (And let your kids smash the Lance Snacks crackers. It is so much fun for them!)
What is Quiche?
One of my favorite ways to describe a quiche is to think of an egg bake or an eggier soufflé. It is usually baked open in a pie tin, without a top crust. A quiche can be filled with anything from seafood and/or meat, to vegetables and cheese. You can pick anything to go in the quiche. (I like to pick my kids’ favorite vegetables to make it easy.)
(You could make a quiche without a crust, but why do that when you have these gluten free cheese crackers?)
Fun Quiche Facts and Tips
- Quiche is freezable, so you can make an extra quiche and freeze one for another time.
- Quiche can be eaten hot or cold. For breakfast, brunch, or any meal.
- Quiche Lorraine is probably one of the most well-known quiche flavors to make.
- If your quiche turned out runny, you used too much milk and not enough eggs.
- You could make a quiche without a crust, but why do that when you have these gluten free cheese crackers?
- Yes, real men do eat quiche!! Just ask Mr. Fearless Dining!
You won’t believe how easy it is to make this easy gluten free pie crust for your quiche! There is no need to make a pie dough for this quiche recipe when you can use these crackers!
Once you crush up the Lance Gluten Free Cheddar Cheese Crackers and make the crust, pour in your egg mixture and add your favorite quiche fillings. Although I used scallions, tomatoes, cheese, and sausage in my quiche, you can use any fillings you like. Bacon, broccoli, anything your kids will eat! The flavors all work with these cheese crackers. Then bake.
This gluten free quiche bakes up really nicely!
Are you ready to make this recipe for yourself?
How to make a gluten free quiche:
A delicious easy gluten free quiche with sausage, tomato, cheese, and scallions. The crust is made with gluten free cheese cracker crumbs.
- 6 eggs
- 3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 5 fluid ounces evaporated milk (1 can)
- 1/2 cup cooked sausage
- 1/4 cup scallions
- 1/3 cup tomatoes chopped
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- 1 teaspoon thyme
- 3 tablespoons melted butter crust
- 2 cups crushed Lance Cheese Crackers crust
- 3 tablespoons gluten free flour crust
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
In a plastic bag, add crackers and seal the bag. Use a rolling pin to crush the crackers. Put the crackers into a bowl.
For the crust, add melted butter, half the shredded cheese, gluten free flour and one egg to the crumbs. Mix well.
In a large bowl, add all liquid ingredients and the other half of the cheese. Add spices. Whisk to blend.
Pour crust mixture into a pie tin and spread out to cover the bottom and sides.
Add toppings (sausage, tomatoes, or anything you like.) Pour in egg mixture.
Sprinkle the remaining cheese and scallions on top.
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