• Serves 6
  • Makes 6
  • 1 hours
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients


A base recipe that you can add to. Sometimes I add Gruyere Cheese and Bacon, other times, just veg.
The disposable containers mean I can make a few and par cook and freeze them, like I did with this one

Ingredients (serves 6 | makes 6 slices)

  • 1 packet short crust pastry
  • 8 eggs
  • 1/2 cup cream
  • veges of your choice - about 2-3 cups, I like mine really veg filled


  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees line disposable foil pie/quiche dish with pastry - going up on the sides like I have if you like it rustic looking
  2. Veges include onion, spinach, tomato, mushies, roast left over orange veg
  3. mix eggs, cream, and veges plus salt and pepper and pour into casing
  4. cook for around 45 minutes - if it still has a bit of a wobble, will be fine, as the heat within the dish will continue to cook the quiche


As there are carbs in the pastry, we serve it with brocollini, or a steamed veg of choice

  • Looks like a adaptable recipe, I wonder if there are any egg substitutes that would work well for the 8 eggs..


  • Thanks so much, I love that you can add your own desired vegetables , looks lovely


  • This looks amazing, thanks.


  • i would add the cheese and bacon as suggested! yummo! this would be a big thumbs up from me! cheers for posting your idea!


  • This looks so healthy!! Thanks


  • I love quiche! I make mine without pastry (so flan) & add heaps of veggies. Yum!


  • Sounds amazing, I like the idea of making few and par cooking them.


  • I will be adding feta cheese to this. Sounds delicious.


  • Try the rectangular containers – no fiddling with the pastry and no waste!


  • Quiche in any form is a great way of cooking an easy meal. Love the idea of the disposal dish at least with that do not have to worry about the dish not coming home. Teens need an easy go to for meals.


  • This quiche looks perfect for family dinners, thanks so much!.


  • One of my favourite meals,will try your recipe with much pleasure!


  • There are so many different flavours you can add to a quiche. I love the all veg option and would maybe serve with a salad instead of more veg


  • I didn’t realize quiche would freeze well! Any tips for defrosting and cooking once it’s been in the freezer? Thanks!


  • what a great idea to do them in the foil trays and have in the freezer – thank you for sharing that idea :)

    Also you recipe sounds very yummy and I love that you can change it up to suit what you have on hand – great idea


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