Marjies Quiche


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On this beautiful Fall-Sunday, I decided to make a delicious quiche for my family.  Breakfast on Sundays is one of the simple pleasures that fills my heart with joy.  Although, it’s been hard lately; my older daughter is not here, she is finishing her senior College year in New-Jersey.  It’s just the three of us. I am grateful for Skype and facetime which brings her closer.

Here is the recipe for my quiche.

Marjie’s Quiche


1 pie crust

6 eggs

½ cup cream

½ cup mozzarella cheese

1 bell pepper

1 white onion

1 tomato

¼ cup green onion


Salt and pepper

1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

Parsley flakes


Heat the oil in a nonstick pan, cook onion, pepper, tomatoes, green onion, season with salt and pepper.  Add the ham.  Let it cool slightly.

Arrange the pie crust in a pie dish.  Add the onion mixture.

In a large bowl, whisk eggs, cream, and the cheese.  Season with salt and pepper.  Pour over the pie filling.  Sprinkle with parsley flakes

Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes or until eggs are cooked and omelet is set and pie crust is golden brown.

Wherever you are, I hope you are enjoying this day and all the simple pleasures that make a perfect life.

Happy Sunday


  1. I LOVE your place setting- so fallish!
    My husband is a quiche fan- he makes them on Sundays and portions them out for breakfast throughout the week when he goes to work!

  2. I ADORE quiche and yours looks beautiful! I thought I’d have to give quiche up after I went vegan, but I’ve been able to recreate a vegan version (of course not as tasty as the kind make with eggs and real cheese, but I still love it). Beautiful table setup.

  3. This quiche looks delicious! I remember eating my first one in Paris and then i didn’t like them so much, but there are many options and this one looks so good!


  4. This looks amazing! Do you have a secret to keep your crust from getting too brown? That is the problem I always have with quiche.

  5. Oh Heck Yeah! That looks delicious. We like to use the Whole Wheat Pie Crust from Whole Foods. It is really good and I bet this recipe would be amazing in it!

  6. Oh, my, wow! This looks so fresh and amazing that you’ve suddenly made me incredibly hungry!!! lol This recipe might have to be for dinner this week. Thank you!!!

  7. I love your fall table setting! So beautiful. I haven’t set out much for fall yet – in terms of decor. I share your love of cooking on Sundays. Cooking is part of my self-care, I love trying new recipes. My husband and I are eating more of a vegan diet and it’s been so fun finding and trying new recipes and vegan restaurants!

    • Same here, Crystal, cooking is my therapy. Lately, I have been trying a lot of vegan recipes, and they are surprisingly delicious.

  8. I’m excited to try this for my family since they love these ingredients in omelettes. I’m not sure why I didn’t think to put them in a quiche before.


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