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Bacon Onion Ring Quiche Recipe

Mouthwatering Bacon Onion Ring Quiche Recipe

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This Bacon Onion Ring Quiche is amazing! Every bit has a surprise of onion ring the flavor or crispy bacon. Easy to made with only a few ingredients.
A couple of months ago Kalina came and told me she wanted to learn to make quiche. Never one to stand in my kids’ way (and always one to hate cooking) I was more than happy to accommodate her. She quickly mastered a basic quiche recipe and we have been having it almost every Sunday evening since then.  Recently we decided to experiment a bit and add our own twist to our Sunday night quiche. Two favorites we have come up with are: Bacon Onion Ring Quiche and Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quiche. Using all natural Alexia Onion Rings and Sweet Potato Fries, makes this dish a breeze.

One thing that I love about quiche (besides the fact that I’m not making it) is that it only calls for a few simple ingredients.  I was able to purchase everything I needed, including the frozen Sweet Potato Fries and Onion Rings at Walmart. Alexia products are high quality and all natural which makes them a great addition to our table. I think the new Rosemary and Sea Salt Fries would be great in the vegetarian quiche as well if your family isn’t sure about sweet potatoes.

First, my favorite: Bacon Onion Ring Quiche. If you have people in your house who are unsure about quiche, this recipe right here will win them over!Mouthwatering Bacon Onion Ring Quiche Recipe

Use a cup or biscuit cutter to cut out crust for quiche. Put pie crust circles not muffin tin.

Mouthwatering Bacon Onion Ring Quiche Recipe

Place one (still frozen) onion ring in each mini crust. 

Mouthwatering Bacon Onion Ring Quiche Recipe

Combine: eggs, cheese, and cream in a separate bowl and pour into each muffin cup. 

Mouthwatering Bacon Onion Ring Quiche Recipe

Sprinkle crumbled bacon on top and bake at 400 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until eggs are cooked.

Mouthwatering Bacon Onion Ring Quiche Recipe

The mini-quiches should pop right out of the muffin pan.  Each bite has a delicious onion ring hidden inside and sprinkled with crumbled bacon. It doesn’t get much better than that!. They can be eaten as a finger food and are perfect for a brunch or potluck.

[yumprint-recipe id=’2′]The other Quiche variation we have been enjoying is Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quiche. Adding the Alexia Sweet Potato Fries gives it a hearty flavor without meat. I have a funny relationship with sweet potatoes…Two years ago I couldn’t stand them. Then all of a sudden, one day, they sounded slightly appealing. A friend served them for dinner soon after that and I found them delicious. Now, they are one of my favorite foods. Crazy.

This hearty Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quiche with fill you up. The sweet potatoes add amazing flavor and just a bit of crunch.

Hearty Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quich

Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quiche is made the same as Bacon Onion Ring Quiche. Just used half a bag of Alexia Sweet Potato Fries (still frozen but chopped) and bake in a pie pan for 40-45 minutes.

Hearty Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quiche

Hearty Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quiche

Hearty Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quiche

[yumprint-recipe id=’3′] Have you ever made quiche from scratch? What sounds better to you? Bacon Onion Ring Quiche or Vegetarian Sweet Potato Quiche?



  1. Lindsay

    Yum! Bacon *and* onion rings?…I think I might make convert my husband to a quiche fan yet! Thanks for the great ideas!

    • bakersdozenandapolloxiv

      This is most definitely a manly quiche. Maybe just change the name to: Onion Ring Bacon Bites? LOL

  2. Stephanie

    I’m definitely up for the bacon with Alexia onion rings quiche, but I think my first try will be the sweet potatoes to get my picky eaters interested in quiche. YUM! #client

  3. Erin

    Have you tried some feta cheese with the sweet potato one – and perhaps some baby spinach. We love sweet potato in our house, and these three ingredients go extremely well together. Just yum.

    • bakersdozenandapolloxiv

      No…That sounds interesting. I like spinach raw with feta, but putting it in the quiche sounds interesting too.

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