Quick Crustless Savoury Tart (Quiche)

I recently celebrated a birthday (amazing how they come around EVERY year…) and we did this by inviting friends over to our place for a bit of brunch.

I had originally said that I was going to keep it simple – croissants, cheese, ham, fruit and maybe a cake… but the day before, I decided to do a little bit more… and that meant freshly baked blueberry muffins, lemon drizzle loaf, fruit kebabs, a birthday cake (recipe coming soon) and for those with more of a savoury tooth… this crustless savoury tart (quiche)

crustless quiche 1

The recipe is in the Snowflake book of baking that my mom gave me in 2001 and is probably the most used cookbook in my kitchen and every recipe that I have tried from it has been a success! From jam slices to Biscuits for a biscuit maker to apple tart recipes.. they have all been simple and super tasty!

Would I make this Crustless Savoury Tart (quiche) again? hell yes… it goes down an absolute treat and is ready in just under an hour!

Crustless Savoury Tart (Quiche)

250g bacon (chopped)
250g button mushrooms (chopped)
salt to taste
15ml butter
a good pinch of dried herbs
200g grated cheese (I used cheddar)
2 eggs
1 cup milk
50ml self-raising flour

  • Fry bacon in a frying pan – add mushrooms, salt, herbs and butter about half way through cooking
  • When cooked – place in the bottom of a greased ovenproof dish
  • Sprinkle the cheese over
  • Beat eggs, milk and flour together & pour over ingredients in the dish
  • Bake at 180C for 30min (or until the top is golden brown & mixture is set)

crustless quiche 2


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