Cook once, eat twice: Frittata and quiche recipes

Thinking up new ideas for breakfast, lunch AND dinner – every day of the week – can be a real headache. But rustle together a good old-fashioned quiche or frittata, and you can have a delicious dinner tonight and save the leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch box. Now that’s what we call clever cooking! Check out these heavenly slices of yum …

Quality quiches

Impossible quiche

So called, because you throw everything together in one dish and the crust forms on its own while baking! This super-clever recipe will surprise you each and every time you make it.

Quiche in a cup

Craving a fluffy slice of quiche but don’t want to make a whole one? Here’s how to prepare ‘quiche for one’, with a little help from your microwave.

Chicken and mushroom quiche

Delicious garlicky mushrooms and leftover cooked chicken make for a delicious simple quiche.

Mini quiches with hidden veg

If ever there was a perfect lunch box quiche, then this is it! Made just right for little hands to hold, these bite-sized belly fillers are really healthy too.

Leek, bacon and brie quiche

Cheese-lovers will be in their element when they munch on this gourmet offering. Perfect for brunch!

Quick quiche

Running short of time and need to make a family-friendly meal in a hurry? This quiche just might save the day!

Quiche Lorraine

Considered a classic among quiche enthusiasts, a slice of this in the school lunch box will always be a welcome sight.

11. Cheaty salmon and broccoli quiche

Try it once and it will soon become a family favourite. Great for a fuss-free, mid-week meal.

Crustless quiche

Forget fumbling around with sheets of pastry – this crustless quiche promises an equally tasty result!

Frittatas to feast on

Caramelised onion and sweet potato frittata

The marriage of flavours in this fab frittata will leave your family feeling more than satisfied. Hot or cold, this one is a real winner!

Chorizo, kale and feta frittata

This is a hearty frittata which makes the most of the flavoursome chorizo. One the whole family will enjoy. Guaranteed.

Mushroom and spinach frittata

A vegetarian option that the meat-eaters in your house will also want to devour. It may be low in fat, but it’s sky high in taste.

Bacon, tomato and basil frittata

You can’t go wrong with the simple flavours of this traditional frittata recipe. Pull this one out the bag at the last minute for happy faces all round.

And now a little something for your sweet tooth …

Apple and cinnamon frittata

Whether it’s for afternoon tea or an indulgent Sunday brekkie, one slice of this yummy offering will thrill you to the (apple) core.

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