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Easy Bisquick Zucchini Quiche Recipe

If you want quiche but don’t want to take the time to make a crust, you have to try my easy recipe for Bisquick Zucchini Quiche!

Green zucchini in a pileI stress about odd things. I’m fine with speaking in public, walking into a room full of strangers, flying, and nearing forty. But I stress big-time when I cook for company. That’s why I’ve gotten quite good at making things that I can put together before the guests arrive and then bake while I’m enjoying myself, so if you come to my house for dinner chances are good that whatever I serve you will be in a casserole dish or roasting pan.

But tomorrow I’m having some friends over for brunch, and I didn’t know what to serve. I make really good eggs and pancakes for my family all the time, but you can’t make those ahead. In fact, if I made either of those I would basically be slaving in the kitchen until the moment everyone had food on their plates. Not my idea of a relaxing Sunday with friends.

The obvious answer, of course, is quiche. While in my adult life I’ve eaten my weight in quiche, I’d never made one before yesterday. I started searching online for recipes, and settled on a zucchini and onion quiche because I love zucchini and had all of the ingredients. Then I got to work testing out the recipes (husbands are for experimenting on, friends are to please and dazzle). The first couple I made were tasty, but took a long time. While I love just about anything in a pastry shell, I wanted to be able to whip this up with little fuss. The crust had to go.

Whaaaaaat? I love pie crust! And wouldn’t a crustless quiche just be a frittata? That’s where the biscuit mix comes in! Some of it settles to the bottom and makes a crust. It’s not a thick, flaky pie crust, but considering how quick this recipe is, it will more than do!

Of course, now I’ve got one and a half quiches sitting in my kitchen and will be making another one fresh for my guests tomorrow.  I think some of my neighbors will be getting a quiche delivery after I shower.

Yield: 6-8 slices

Easy Bisquick Zucchini Quiche

Easy Bisquick Zucchini Quiche

This recipe comes together quickly because you don't have to make a crust. But don't worry, some of the Bisquick settles on the bottom and makes its own crust!

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Additional Time 5 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 5 minutes

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F
  2. Butter a 9-inch pie plate
  3. In a small bowl whisk together Bisquick biscuit mix, oregano, parsley, seasoned salt, garlic powder, and salt
  4. In a medium bowl beat the eggs until they're a uniform color
  5. To the eggs add the Parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese, onion, and vegetable oil; mix well
  6. Add the zucchini, stirring until coated
  7. Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and stir just until combined
  8. Pour into buttered pan
  9. Bake in preheated oven for 40-45 minutes, or until the edges are golden brown and a toothpick comes out clean in the middle
  10. Let cool for 5 minutes before slicing

Notes

You can substitute 3/4 teaspoon garlic salt for the garlic powder and salt.

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Wednesday 21st of September 2011

very doable and i like zucchini

Amy

Sunday 22nd of August 2010

@Jon - I don't know, an outbreak of an already fairly common disease doesn't seem like reason enough to stop eating a food. I'm a vegetarian, and spinach is one of the best ways to catch E. Coli. But I still eat it. Cook eggs and they should be fine.

Elissa

Sunday 22nd of August 2010

You have clearly made quiche cool again! Yum!

Bryony Boxer

Saturday 21st of August 2010

Looks great and very doable. Thanks!

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Saturday 21st of August 2010

This recipe is perfect for quick dinners, lucks, and when paired with a salad makes a complete meal. Tart Quiche Pans

Becky

Sunday 29th of August 2021

@Terry, agreed. The recipe is missing a step to add the dry and wet ingredients together. Normally you just add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients right before pouring into the pan, but this needs to be added to the directions.

Terry

Sunday 29th of March 2020

Where do I .add the bisquick.? Or did I miss that somewhere?

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