Pie dish of quiche with slice removed
Easily Elevate Your Morning Eggs With Sheet Pan Quiche
Whether you’re making breakfast for a crowd or meal-prepping for the week, sheet-pan quiche is an easy way to serve a tasty egg dish without sacrificing quantity or quality.
A typical quiche recipe uses store-bought or homemade pie crust, but you can use store-bought puff pastry, which better fits a baking sheet without sacrificing any flavor.
Simply roll out your crust, whether pastry or pie crust, and place it on a baking sheet, making sure the edges cover the sides of the pan. Par-bake the crust for more crispiness.
As for the filling, start by sautéing any meat and veggies you want to use, then fold them into beaten eggs and any other flavorings you like, such as herbs and spices.
Pour the filling into the par-baked crust and bake the quiche for 25 minutes. This is much shorter than the hour-long bake time of a typical quiche, and produces way more servings.