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Potato Quiche

Potato quiche may be loaded with ham, bacon, cheese, and onions – but that just means it’s loaded with flavor too. Made easy with a quick Bisquick crust!

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We’re finally adapting to life in our new home, which means that it no longer feels like a random vacation rental property. It also means that I’m not waking up at 3AM in a panic wondering where the heck I am.

One of the things I’m so excited for, being in our new place, is the ability to start celebrating holidays in the same house I know Elle will spend her whole childhood in. I’m already imagining where decorations for each holiday will go, and I’m so excited to plan each holiday menu!

Starting with Easter. I don’t know about you, but I think brunch is where it’s at for holidays like Easter. Easy to make breakfast casseroles and quiches, a little fresh fruit, and everyone’s fueled for the egg hunt. Even if you’ve just moved across a state, you got this!

Potato quiche is loaded with delicious breakfast flavors making it perfect for Easter brunch.
That’s where this Loaded Potato Quiche comes in. It’s absolutely packed with flavor. The filling is made from hash browns, savory ham, sharp Cheddar cheese, green onions, eggs, and perfectly crispy bacon. There’s not a single ingredient there I think you could possibly resist, amiright?!

The crust couldn’t be easier. Made with Original Bisquick™ mix, butter, and boiling water, it comes together in seconds. Seconds. And it’s perfectly buttery and delicious. A great base for a magnificent quiche.

I’ll tell you a secret. Quiche sounds fancy. And difficult to make. But the truth is, it’s just a breakfast casserole baked round in a pie pan, with a buttery, crisp crust. It’s IMPOSSIBLY easy to make. And everyone you gather with for Easter will be beyond impressed at your brunching capabilities. No need to tell them you needed two bowls and a whisk to make it happen.

Check out other Bisquick Easter recipe inspirations on the Betty Crocker website, and follow #getyourbettyon on Facebook and Twitter.

Potato quiche comes together in a flash making it perfect for Easter brunch or a random Tuesday.

Potato Quiche

Yield: 8 servings
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 25 minutes

Potato quiche may be loaded with ham, bacon, cheese, and onions – but that just means it’s loaded with flavor too. Made easy with a quick Bisquick crust!

Ingredients

For the Crust

  • 2 1/2 cups Original Bisquick™ mix
  • 6 tablespoons cold butter
  • 1/4 cup boiling water

For the Filling

  • 1 1/2 cups chopped cooked ham
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen diced hash brown potatoes, thawed
  • 1 3/4 cups shredded sharp Cheddar cheese (6 oz)
  • 3 medium green onions, thinly sliced (about 3 tablespoons)
  • 5 large eggs
  • 3/4 cup half-and-half
  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground pepper
  • 6 slices bacon, crisply cooked, crumbled

For the Garnish

  • Sour cream, if desired
  • Additional sliced green onions, if desired

Instructions

1. Heat oven to 350°F. Spray 9 1/2-inch glass deep-dish pie plate with cooking spray.

2. Place Bisquick mix in medium bowl. Cut in butter, using pastry blender (or pulling 2 table knives through mix in opposite directions), until crumbly. Add boiling water; stir vigorously until soft dough forms. Using fingers dipped in Bisquick mix, press dough on bottom and up side of pie plate, forming edge on rim of plate.

3. Sprinkle ham, potatoes, cheese and 3 tablespoons onions in crust. In medium bowl, beat eggs, half-and-half and pepper until blended. Pour over ingredients in crust.

4. Bake 1 hour 5 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean. Let stand 15 minutes before serving. Top with bacon, sour cream and additional onions.

Notes

Recipe from Betty Crocker Loaded Potato Quiche

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Indra Bali

Friday 27th of January 2017

What does half and half exactly mean

Jamie

Friday 27th of January 2017

Hi, Indra! Half and half is half milk and half cream. I hope this helps!

Julie

Tuesday 1st of March 2016

Hi! 

I'm planning on making this for dinner tonight. I was going to use your homemade Bisquick recipe. If I do that, so I still need to add the butter to it? I assume so, but just trying to double check. 

Thanks! Excited to try this! It looks wonderful. Your recipes haven't disappointed me yet. 

Julie

Jamie

Tuesday 1st of March 2016

Hi, Julie! Yes, still add the butter. Thank you for your kind words. I hope you enjoy the quiche!

Carol

Sunday 21st of February 2016

1 3/4 cups is not 6 ounces it is 14 ounces. 1 cup is 8 ounces, 3/4 cup is 6 ounces. 8 + 6 is 14.

Jamie

Monday 22nd of February 2016

Carol- It's 6 ounces by weight not volume. For instance a bag of shredded cheese that contains two cups weighs only 8 ounces, not 16. Weight and volume measurements are completely different. I hope this helps. -Jamie

Maggie

Saturday 11th of April 2015

OMG this looked amazing. Totally going to try to pull this off tomorrow morning. I actually have everything but half and half, but i do have some heavy whipping cream which should suffice thinned with a bit of milk.

Jamie

Wednesday 15th of April 2015

Maggie- I hope you get the chance to try this. Thanks so much for stopping by.

-Jamie

Kim D.

Saturday 4th of April 2015

Can this be made gluten free with gf bisquick???

Jamie

Wednesday 15th of April 2015

Kim- I haven't tried it with the GF Bisquick but I do think it would work. Let me know how it turns out if you try it!

-Jamie

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