Four Crustless Quiche Recipes That Are So Tasty, You Won’t Even Miss The Crust

The key to a really great quiche doesn’t lie In the crust. Instead, a flavor-filled quiche relies on a delicate, creamy custard. This delightful filling is what makes these crustless quiche recipes incredibly delicious and we’re absolutely convinced that you won’t even miss the crust.

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Here you will find four easy to make, single serving crustless quiche recipes that are so tasty, you won’t even miss the crust!

The key to a great quiche doesn’t lie in the crust but with a delicate, creamy custard. This is what makes wonderful crustless quiche recipes so incredibly delicious!

A quiche can be fancy, yet incredibly easy to make.

Single serving crustless quiche recipes are great recipes to have on hand when you’re looking for low carb meals that are easy to customize.

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What Is A Crustless Quiche?

A crustless quiche is a little like an oven baked omelette or a frittata. It’s made with a couple of eggs, a little cream or milk, and then whatever ingredients you like to add in.

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There’s no crust involved which makes for an easy meal to prepare.

An interesting thing happens when a crustless quiche is baked in the oven, a sort of “natural” crust forms along the bottom and the sides. This leaves you with the absolute best part of the quiche.

A mini crustless quiche makes a delightful dinner or even a low carb breakfast. They can be low carb, keto friendly and low calorie as well.

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In these four single serving crustless quiche recipes, the quiche filling begins with the same two ingredients; eggs and cream.

You can follow the simple directions in the following recipes to create any one of these savory quiche recipes or use the ratio of egg to cream (listed in the recipes) and add your own favorite filling ingredients.

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Crustless Quiche Lorraine For One

You certainly won't miss the crust in this lovely Crustless Quiche Lorraine for one! It's perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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Crustless Spinach Quiche For One

Creamy, low-carb Crustless Spinach Quiche for One made with ham and Swiss cheese. Full of flavor, you'll never even miss the crust!
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Goat Cheese and Prosciutto Crustless Quiche For One

Easy to make, low carb Goat Cheese and Prosciutto Crustless Quiche For One! A delicious combination of flavors. This single serving quiche recipe is ideal for anyone cooking for one and is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. | onedishkitchen.com
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Potato and Asparagus Crustless Quiche Recipe for One

You certainly won’t miss this crust in this lovely Potato and Asparagus Crustless Quiche Recipe for One. Potatoes, asparagus, onions and garlic roasted to perfection then mixed with eggs, cream and Fontina cheese. Perfect for brunch or dinner.
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What To Serve With Crustless Quiche

Cucumber Salad

Italian Pasta Salad

Avocado Salad

Spinach and Orzo Salad

Can You Freeze A Crustless Quiche?

Yes, you can freeze a crustless quiche.

To freeze before baking:

Mix the ingredients together and pour the mixture into a zip-top freezer bag. Thaw the quiche filling in the refrigerator for about 24 hours before baking. Transfer the ingredients to an small oven safe baking dish and bake as the quiche recipe states.

To freeze after baking:

Cook the quiche as directed and allow to cool. Tightly cover with plastic wrap and freeze. When you are ready to reheat the quiche, place the quiche in a 350 degree F oven and heat for 20 minutes.

What Type Of Milk Should I Use In A Crustless Quiche Recipe?

In the quiche recipes above, I recommend using heavy cream (also known as double cream). The cream makes the quiche richer.

You may also use skim, lowfat, or whole milk instead of the cream. Almond milk and soy milk will work well too.

How Long Will A Crustless Quiche Last?

A crustless quiche will last 3 days in the refrigerator.

For these quiche recipes, I use a 5-inch baking dish. For best results, please use a dish of similar size.

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The key to a really great quiche doesn’t lie In the crust. Instead, a flavor-filled quiche relies on a delicate, creamy custard. This delightful filling is what makes these crustless quiche recipes incredibly delicious and we’re absolutely convinced that you won’t even miss the crust. | One Dish Kitchen
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8 thoughts on “Four Crustless Quiche Recipes That Are So Tasty, You Won’t Even Miss The Crust”

    1. Hi Anna,
      Each of the crustless quiche recipes are accessible by clicking the recipe title and then going to the bottom of the specific recipe’s page. Hope this helps.
      Have a wonderful weekend,
      Joanie

  1. Joanie, As an older, single diabetic woman I so appreciate the recipes with the nutrition facts. It is so wonderful to have the work of recalculating the many familiar recipes I have enjoyed. Thank you!!!

    1. Thank you so much for your note, Kathleen. I’m so happy you are enjoying the recipes and are finding the nutrition facts helpful. Thank you for letting me know.
      Have a wonderful week.
      Joanie

  2. Joanie, I enjoy getting your recipes for one. As a single lady, they are not only well received, but they are delicious. Thank you for helping me to just cook for myself. Keep the recipes coming.
    Dot

    1. Hi Dot,
      I am so happy you are enjoying the recipes. Thank you so much for letting me know and if you have a favorite dish and would like to see it made into a single serving version, please let us know.
      Have a wonderful week!
      Joanie

  3. Hi Joanie…. I’n new to your site and just love the idea that I can have great dishes for one or two servings (depending on the recipe)….however,, I need to know if you can include sizes for the baking dishes you recommend…. for example: crustess quiches I don’t really have small baking pans or ramikins; so I will need to buy some, but I don’t know what sizes to get…

    1. Hi Jan,
      Thank you for your email. I’m glad you are enjoying the recipes.

      In most of the recipes, towards the bottom of the post I note the size of the baking dish I use. In this Crustless Quiche Roundup, when you click on the recipe title you are directed to the specific recipe. On each of the recipe pages, I note that I use a 5-inch baking dish.

      I did notice that I did not reference the baking dish I use in this main article and I will go back and add it today. Thank you for the reminder.
      Also, here is a link to see the list of baking dishes I use and recommend – https://onedishkitchen.com/store/ and https://onedishkitchen.com/faq/

      Have a great week!
      Joanie

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