I like this one. I like it alot.
That is why I named it, the Jackpot.
+ it’s CRUSTLESS, so anyone Gluten Free can participate:)
Jackpot Quiche is for everyone, GF or not!
Made it for dinner. Leftovers for breakfast. That’s how we roll.
INGREDIENTS: *printable recipe card below!
3/4 cup half and half cream, or heavy cream
6 oz. turkey bacon, cooked, chopped
2-3 handfuls fresh spinach
1/2 cup carrots, grated
1 stalk green onion, chopped fine
1 cup smoked cheddar cheese, grated
salt and pepper
Start with eggs and cream!
Cook the turkey bacon. Eat a slice.
Ok, back to business.. Chop it all up.
Then put 2-3 handfuls of fresh spinach in that same pan, after you remove the bacon. Yummi-ness will happen. Might need a dab of oil but not much. Just cook until it wither a bit.
Use alot, because spinach cooks down and shrinks quite a bit.
Shred your 1/2 cup carrot – I just used my little handheld peeler. Food processors or cheese graters are good too!
One chopped scallion. Toss it in.
Along with some salt & pep.
And an important final addition: CHEESE.
I shredded about 1 cup of smoked black pepper cheddar. Oh man.
Mix. Grease a pie pan. Dump. Bake.
350 degrees for 40 minutes. (but keep an eye on it..my old oven can be finicky).
Your neighbors might come knocking on your door, because the smell is alluring. It just is.
It was a fantastic dinner. BUT, I must say, the leftovers for breakfast were out-of-this-world. Why do leftovers always taste better?!
from my Tiny Kitchen,
Jackpot Crustless Quiche
A flavorful savory crustless quiche! Perfect to share for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
- 8 eggs, beaten
- 3/4 cup half and half, or heavy cream
- 6 oz. turkey bacon, cooked
- 2-3 handfuls of fresh spinach leaves
- 1/2 cup carrots, grated
- 1 green onion stalk, chopped
- 1 cup smoked cheddar cheese, grated
- salt and pepper, to taste
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Beat eggs and combine with cream. Set aside.
- Cook turkey bacon, chop into small bite-sized pieces.
- Saute spinach on the stove with a drop of oil and dash of salt, until lightly wilted.
- Combine egg mixture with bacon, spinach, carrots, scallion, cheese, and dash of salt and pepper.
- Pour into a greased pie dish.
- Bake for approx 40-45 min, or until set.
43 thoughts on “Jackpot Crustless Quiche”
Cannot wait to try this! Thank you for sharing!
Youre welcome! I hope you enjoy it Gina!
I wonder if I could cook it in a hollowed out bell pepper, or other vegetables?? !!
Absolutely Meg! Or in large muffin pans too! Hope you enjoy experimenting:)
i’ve made this twice now and it’s sooooo tasty and super easy! i’d only add that it takes 45 minutes in my over, rather than the suggested 25-30..
I believe you, ha! My oven in the apartment where I created Jackpot was older and kind of finicky. Thanks for the heads up!
How much bacon??
Kathy, however much bacon you’re heart desires:) I probably used about 1 cup, chopped.
This looks yummy! Some of the best quiches are made are from refrigerator leftovers.
It’s so true Mary! Can’t let those goodies go to waste:)
I am eating this right now and it is AWESOME! My husband and I are doing low carb and am so happy I found this recipe. Thanks for sharing.
You’re welcome Donna! It remains a house favorite for us :)
This sounds great. I am wondering if this can be made in the microwave oven, so I don’t have to start the hot oven.
Heidi, I have never tried but it’s worth a shot!
OMG, this sounds so yummy ,will make it this weekend! thanks
hope you like it elvira.. I like youre name btw!
Nice! So simple and yummy and yes I am making this now
Hope you liked it Katie!
is there a place where you posted the whole recipe? I want to print it! it’s okay if not!
Stephanie there is not but there should be ha! Sorry about that!
This is a great recipe! I sautéed some peppers and added as well. I used 1% milk because that is what I had on hand and thought it still turned out good. Thanks for sharing!
Youre welcome! Your additions sound delicious!
I absolutely love this recipe! I’ve made it quite a few times with both turkey and regular bacon. It’s always amazing! Thanks for posting :)
Kelsey, you’re welcome, I’m thrilled that you love it! Thank you!
How much spinach, a cup?
Hi Jackie! Sry I didn’t specify, this was an estimated heaping cup or two…it cooks down quite a bit. Enjoy!
The only thing I would like to see on your site is a way to print recipes, if it was there I missed it, I had to print 12 pages out just to get the recipe, it didnt seem tb combined anywhere with ingredients, instructions, etc, so it’s kinda a waste of paper, just sayin’
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Thank you for your feedback, Maggie! I understand and will look into how I can do this
I completely agree!! Need some way to print out !!
hi Kathleen, I apologize for that inconvenience. my site design is not directly set up with recipe card features, but hoping I can sort out the option. thanks for your comment, I hope you enjoy the meal!
Good news! Jackpot Crustless Quiche now has a printable recipe card:) Sorry for the inconvenience, hope you enjoy!
Hi Maggie! I wanted to give you a heads up my Jackpot Crustless Quiche recipe now has a printable recipe card! Working on this development for all my other recipes too, but in the meantime, Jackpot is ready for the printer:) thx again for your comment!
This is so good, I make it almost every weekend! It perfect for the high carb diet I am on. I’ve made a few minor adjustments. But,it’s delicious and I really like having the left overs!
Absolutely thrilled you’ve enjoyed it, Kim!
I’ve made this several times and it is delish! It has become my secret recipe! Thank you!