I’ve posted a similar recipe before but this one’s a bit more clear. I Love this quiche. Actually, everyone I know who’s gluten free, dairy free, soy free, nut free does! It packs so much flavor (and even without cheese it almost tastes like it has it). Back before I was a SAHM I would make 2 of these on a Sunday for us to take to work during the week. During the first few months with my new baby my mom came over and would make a few. Honestly, I was eating them for breakfast and lunch during that time :). Now we make these for any brunch type function – there are a ton of versions, zucchini and ham, Asparagus and Pancetta (click here for it) – all delicious! Have you tried any other combinations? Let me know in the comments!
Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Nut Free Ham and Broccoli Quiche
1 GF, SF, DF, NF Pie crust (I use store bought – Whole Foods brand doesn’t contain anything I’m intolerant too)
1 1/2 cups ham, chopped
1 1/2 cups broccoli chopped (I use peel the stems and chop them also)
3/4 cups rice milk (you could probably use a different DF milk here but I like rice the best)
1/4 tsp salt
pinch black pepper
*If you can tolerate any of the cheese alternatives like the rice cheese I show in the picture, use 1 cup ham, 1 cup zucchini, and 1 cup non-dairy cheese instead but honsetly it’s super flavorful without it.
Mix broccoli and ham in a bowl (if you’re using a dairy free cheese add it now also) and place in the pie crust. Beat the eggs with the rice milk and salt. Pour into the pie crust over the ham and broccoli mixture. Season with pepper. Bake in a 350 degree oven for about an hour (sometimes it has to cook a bit longer).
**All of my recipes are gluten free, soy free, dairy free, and nut free, meaning that they are peanut free, cashew free, tree nut free, walnut free, pecan free, and almond free. They are also free of a lot of other grains and legumes because I’m intolerant to them, along with gluten. My recipes are amaranth free, barley free, chick pea free, buckwheat free, fava bean free, flax free, garbanzo free, oat free, rye free, sorghum free, spelt free, and teff free. If there are easy substitutions to make the recipe egg free I try to include them. My recipes are dairy free – I personally am intolerant to whey and therefore can eat butter. Most recipes can be made completely dairy free with a butter substitute. Feel free to leave any changes you’ve made in the comments for others to see!**
I’m looking forward to make this, I can’t eat wheat, nor dairy milk etc.
I hope you like it! I almost always make it around Easter because of all of the leftover ham!