Well, I had hoped that I could have gotten this post up closer to the day after Easter, but I have been wrapped up in a whole bunch of important things.
Like avoiding laundry and reading Francine Rivers’ new book.
But, if you are still eating ham (we will probably be eating it until the 4th of July), then you can throw together this delicious quiche and reawaken your tastebuds to the savory goodness of that Honey Baked.
This simple recipe works great for spring bridal or baby showers, too. 🙂
1 cup half and half
5 eggs, beaten
1/2 tsp dry mustard
1/4 tsp pepper
1 cup cooked, cubed ham
1 1/2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese
1 cup broccoli, blanched and chopped
1 onion, finely chopped
9″ pie crust
Step 1 – Prepare the pie crust according to package directions.
Step 2 – Combine half and half, eggs, mustard, and pepper.
Step 3 – Layer ham, cheese, broccoli, and onion into prepared crust.
Step 4 – Pour egg mixture over layers and bake at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes. When knife inserted in center comes out clean, remove from oven and cool for 5 minutes before slicing.
When your hubs gets home from work, greet him at the door with a hug and…
A quiche! 🙂
Happy Ham and Broccoli Quiche-ing!
Well, my mouth is watering AND I’m laughing at your “hug and quiche” punchline. :o) Love you!
I can’t tell you how much I love your blog. It stumbled upon it through Pinterest and have loved it for the last 2 months!! I subscribe to 3 blogs and I love that Christ is so much a part of your life. I’m not exceptionally religious but your posts bring my brain back to remembering why I’m here. I forwarded on to my church your easter post. It truly moved me and I wanted to say thanks!!!
I’m not a whizz in the kitchen but this looks doable!
Your blog has caught our attention because of the quality of the recipes. We would be delighted if you would join us at http://www.mytaste.com/ so that we could link to it.
myTaste.com is a search engine that compiles the best American cooking sites and blogs from the Internet. Several hundred blogs are already enrolled here and are taking benefit from the traffic we are sending to their sites.
To join myTaste, just go to http://www.mytaste.com/add-your-food-blog
We usually have ham, cheese and eggs after Easter with the leftover ham. This year I used your recipe instead. I like it has the broccoli in it. I did make some tweaks by subbing skim milk for the half and half and using 1cup of cheese along with eliminating the pie crust and just baking it in a sprayed glass pan. I made a double batch and baked it in a 9 by13 inch pan. It was good. It was like an oven omelet. Thanks for the recipe and inspiration. I really enjoy your posts. Also, I saw your light shining for God again as I looked for Easter ideas on the computer. I think that’s great.