Easy Quiche

Since almost all of these little ladies are now laying eggs, we have an over abundance that we are desperately trying to use in different ways.  I mean, we can only eat so many scrambled or hard boiled eggs!
IMG_3509(Notice the little lonely girl in the back.  My heart hurts for her.)
IMG_3304We decided to make quiche and have eggs for dinner.  This is an easy method and you could just change out the main ingredients to suit your taste or the ingredients you might have on hand.  We made broccoli and cheddar.  My mother-in-law suggested Italian sausage with cherry peppers.  The possibilities are endless.  This recipe makes a creamy, moist and delicious quiche.  Please use a deep dish pie crust so yours doesn’t overflow like mine did!
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Easy Quiche Your Way

1 9″ deep dish pie crust
4 eggs
1 c half & half
1/2 c mayo
2 Tbsp flour
1/3 c minced onions
salt and pepper
8 oz shredded cheese of your choice
1 c cooked broccoli, chopped (or whatever veg or meat you have)

Preheat oven to 350.  Once heated, bake pie crust for about 7 minutes so it doesn’t get soggy.  Meanwhile, hand whip eggs, half & half, mayo, and flour in a medium mixing bowl.  Add remaining ingredients (note – you will want to cook meat or veggies before adding to the recipe.)  Pour it all into the lightly cooked pie crust.  Bake for 45 min to 1 hr or until the top is a little golden.  This recipe and its adjustments are from Food Network.
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    • I would love to think that’s the case. She’s younger than the others and hasn’t been welcomed fully into the group. So far she’s holding her own and loves running around with everyone.

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