Eggs Benedict Quiche! This super easy to make quiche comes out with perfectly flakey crust, creamy egg and bites of canadian bacon. Not to mention it’s smothered in an easy to make blender hollandaise sauce. Perfect for brunch and upcoming Mother’s Day!
Hey hey! Did you know that Mother’s Day is coming up?? One of my favorite things about the day is that it’s kind of become known for being the brunch holiday. Everyone shares their favorite brunch recipes when it comes to Mother’s Day. Mine right now happens to be this Eggs Benedict Quiche!
I happen to loooooove brunch. The hubs and I used to go out for brunch at this wonderful little restaurant in Dallas, that would serve endless mimosas, fabulous Fettucini Alfreado, and the BEST eggs benedict I have ever had the pleasure of enjoying. The entire experience was always so fun. The place was always crowded, people walking the trail nearby stopping with their dogs, people hanging outside waiting for hours to get their tables while still being able to enjoy the endless mimosas.
The wonderful feeling of having nowhere else to be, nothing else to do, other than to hang out and wait for a table in the little restaurant. Not to mention the delight of the bubbly mimosas.
Then we ended up with 4 almost 5 kids in the space of a couple of years and here we are. Making Eggs Benedict Quiche at home to enjoy in the chaos of our own home. Still just as crowded, however the feeling of having nothing to do has been replaced with a hectic feeling of there being so much to get done. But there is still mimosas, or in our case, Bellini Margaritas, from time to time to help us cope 😉
I do have to take a moment to tell you the most important tips about this quiche. The ratio of the cream and milk to the eggs is definitely IMPORTANT. Pay attention! I learned this from Julia Child, and let’s just say, this lady knew a thing or two in the kitchen. You want your egg and cream combined to equal 1/2 a cup per egg. Which is why if you watch the video you see me making the egg mixture in the measuring cup. That’s so when I add my 5 eggs I know that the total mixture needs to be 2 and 1/2 cup. I share more on this in my post about the Mushroom Quiche if you’re interested. But if you follow the recipe you will nail it just fine!
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