Bacon & Apple Quiche

So my husband and I ate a whole quiche for dinner:-) For those who know us, this will come as no surprise, we LOVE food:-) Sadly, we still had room left for chocolate ice cream as I inherited a full leftover half gallon from one of my kids holiday parties at school today, we seriously went overboard on the ice cream buying:-) I have to share this quiche recipe because it was amazing!

Ingredients:

4 strips of bacon (crispy and have it made ahead)

1 small onion diced

1 apple diced (I used a gala)

3 eggs

1 cup shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese

1 tbsp butter

parsley

crushed red pepper

1 pie crust (I used Publix brand, any will do such as Pillsbury)

Cook bacon and set aside. Preheat over to 450 degrees and bake pie crust per directions in a pie dish. While this is cooking melt butter in the same frying pan that you made the bacon in and fry the onion and apple until lightly browned. Mix the eggs, milk, a couple dashes of ground red pepper and parsley. Crumble bacon into the egg mixture. When the apple mixture is done, add to egg mixture. Put 1/4 of the cheese into the egg mixture, stir all together. When pie crust is cooked (I cook the crust a little less than the package says since it will continue cooking with the egg mixture added) add egg mixture and top with the remaining cheese, add another dash of parsley. Bake at 375 for 20-25 minutes. This is a really easy dish and was so good.

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2 thoughts on “Bacon & Apple Quiche

  1. Hi Meagen 🙂 Thank you for visiting my blog, for the “like” and for “following”! 🙂 I too am a fairly new blogger – only since late August of this year. My husband and I want to move south! The winters here in Ohio are too cold and gloomy for us. I hope you are enjoying your new surroundings in the south! Your recipes look great – the apple and bacon quiche sounds wonderful! Thanks again – Happy Holidays!

  2. You should move south, it’s wonderful! We have been here almost a year and we moved here from NH. Major change of pace but all for the best, we also were all set with cold long winters:-) And the food in the south, oh man, there is some good food! I have learned so many new uses for bacon alone:-) Good luck to you, I look forward to following along your blog and if you ever have questions about the south let me know!

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