Ham, Broccoli & Cheese Quiche

I have really come to love quiche. It is the perfect quick dinner or brunch meal. It’s quick and easy to make, even when making the pie crust from scratch. Plus, it is so versatile.

This quiche would make a nice addition to an Easter brunch if you do not want to buy a whole ham. Or, it would make a nice side dish alongside a whole ham if you just use broccoli and cheese. If you are not a fan of broccoli, you could easily substitute it with asparagus or another favorite vegetable. See what I mean? Versatile!


Ham, Broccoli & Cheese Quiche

  • Single pie crust
  • 5 eggs
  • 1 1/3 c. milk
  • 3 c. diced ham
  • 2 c. frozen broccoli, thawed and chopped
  • 2 c. sharp cheddar cheese, cubed or shredded
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 1 t. curry powder

1. Press pie crust into pie plate. Beat together eggs and milk. Stir in all remaining ingredients and mix well. Pour into pie crust.


2. Place pie plate on a cookie sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 1 – 1 1/2 hours, until fully baked. Let quiche cool for about 10-15 minutes before slicing.


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14 thoughts on “Ham, Broccoli & Cheese Quiche

  1. I’ve been married eight years and have never made a quiche for my husband. Shocking I know! I’ll have to try this and see if my picky eaters are fans of quiche. I already have my menu planned out and shopping done for April(besides the weekly dairy and produce of course!) so will have to remember this for next month.

  2. I too, have never made a quiche. I might try this for our Easter potluck breakfast at church this weekend. Thanks for making it look easy!

      1. Just googled this seeing as there hasnt been an answer

        …Place the filling in a freezer bag. Prepare the quiche filling as directed in the recipe’s instructions. Pour the filling into a large plastic freezer bag and seal the bag, getting out as much excess air as possible beforehand.

        Only use a freezer-safe bag or container. Do not use a glass container, and do not use a thin plastic bag that is too flimsy to hold up in the freezer.
        Label the bag or container with the current date and the contents of the bag. This will make it easier to remember how long the filling has been in the freezer.

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