1 cup cooked sausage or diced ham (Optional)
10 oz. frozen package chopped spinach or broccoli, thawed a little and broken up.
1 cup cheddar cheese
1 small onion chopped
2 cups milk
1/2 cup flour
2 tsp. baking powder
Mix eggs, milk, flour and baking powder with a wisk or mixer until well incorporated. Add meat, veggies, cheese and onion. Pour into a freezer bag. Freeze. To cook, thaw bag, squish the bag well a few times to incorporate the ingredients. Pour into a pie plate sprayed with non stick spray. Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes until set.
Tristy: I vary the meat and veggies all the time. Right now in my freezer I have a few asparagus and mushroom quiches and a few sausage and spinach ones. They're great to have on hand for Sunday breakfast. But we also eat for dinner with a salad and rolls. Great way to use eggs on sale.
Lisa: I like to make this in a pie crust. I've learned to cook the crust first for about 10 minutes before pouring in the filling. Also, it may require extra baking time. My husband likes when I make it in a hash brown crust: Thaw a bag of frozen shredded potatoes (or use the refrigerated ones) and pat into the sides and bottom of a pie plate. Season with salt and pepper and then pour in the filling. It makes a great breakfast entree.
Another note: This Quiche Recipe has a shorted cooking time and I, personally, prefer it.