Easy Turkey Sausage Egg Quiche Recipe

Turkey Sausage Egg Quiche

I have been thinking of something I could pack in my husband’s lunch, besides lunch.  We have coffee every morning before he leaves and if he eats breakfast he stops somewhere and gets a sandwich.  Now to me, that is unacceptable.  If I can make his lunch, I can most certainly make his breakfast.  I wanted to make him something that he didn’t need a fork, something that he could hold (that’s what he would like).  So I began looking on Pinterest for a recipe.  The recipes I found seemed to have too much milk and not enough eggs (1+ cups milk & 2 eggs) that just seems disproportionate.  Some had a long list of ingredients that I wouldn’t normally have in my kitchen like saffron.

Instead of copying someone else’s recipe I decided to make my own so I thought about the things my husband likes to eat for breakfast and I put them all together in this wonderful dish that I have fallen in love with as well.   You can use this recipe as a guide.  I encourage you to add your own veggies and seasonings and comment below what you changed to make it your own.

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½ lb ground turkey sausage
6 eggs
6 oz cheese
½ cup heavy whipping cream
¼ cup red onion
¼ cup red bell pepper
1tbs minced garlic
2 green onions
1tbs oregano
1tbs Italian seasoning
1 9inch deep dish pie shell
Salt and pepper to taste

Bake at 350 for 40-45 minutes. Test by inserting a knife. If it comes out clean it is done. If it is wet, bake for an additional 5 minutes.

Allow the quiche to cool a little before serving


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