How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie

This How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie recipe post starts with a baking mix (Bisquick or Pamela’s Baking Mix), eggs, milk, and cheese. Bisquick Impossible Pie recipes have been around for a long time, but the secret to making it delicious is optional ingredients, such as bacon, chilies, grates zucchini, and onions. Le Creuset provided me with this beautiful Signature Oyster Grey Enameled Cast Iron 3.5 Quart Braiser!

How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie Recipe

For years I’ve had this recipe on my blog: How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie. This Impossible Quiche Pie is a great recipe made in my new Le Creuset Signature Provence Enameled Cast Iron 3.5 Quart Braiser (LOVE this Oyster Grey color). Make it your own by adding your favorite key ingredients (a protein, cheese, and veggies).

How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie

Hospitality is about love. It’s about making others feel warm and welcome, and many times it involves food. This Impossible Quiche Pie is a great hospitality dish to share with others!

Impossible Quiche Pie

I feel so loved when our guests arrive with a potluck dish in hand, or a gardening friend brings a bouquet of fresh flowers from their yard, or a friend brings a homemade jelly or salsa they slaved over the stove making.

It’s nice when a gift is left on the counter for me, as a way of saying “thanks.” Another sign of love.

Community togetherness happens when we bring people together, everyone contributes a dish, we all bond over shared experiences, and we extend ourselves with hospitality by taking it outside of our homes.

So today, let’s talk food. What are ways you love to connect with people through food?

How to Make Impossible Bisquick Pie

How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie

This Impossible Quiche Pie is a classic, easy dish to make if you’re involved in a meals ministry or a neighborhood meal chain. You may also like these Southwestern Mini QuichesCrustless Bacon Gruyere Cheese Quiche, or this Crustless Salmon Gruyere Quiche Recipe.

For people who are sick or just had a baby, stocking someone’s cabinets or fridge when they move (just put this dish in the fridge with baking instructions)—this meal is perfect. Don’t forget to make it in a disposable pan, like these deep foil pans (9×13) that you can buy BULK,  so the recipients don’t have to get the dish back to you! But this recipe also works beautifully in this 3.5 quart braiser!

My friend Kristi shared this recipe with me about 10 years ago, and what’s super fun is you can make it your own, every time.

How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie - ingredients

Bisquick Impossible Pie

This time I added bacon, green chilies, tomatoes and grated zucchini.

Want to use leftover ham? Delicious with ham, cheese, and green pepper.

Make a BLT with bacon and tomatoes, served with lettuce on top, with a drizzle of a light basil dressing.

See the easy base recipe? Milk, eggs, cheese, and a baking mix. (You can use Bisquick or Pamela’s for gluten-free).

How to Make BEST Impossible Quiche Pie

Le Creuset Signature Oyster Grey Cast Iron 3.5 Quart Braiser

So this recipe is great for sharing, but if you decide to make it at home, which it’s perfect for Sunday Brunch, pull out a beautiful baking dish!

This beautiful Le Creuset Signature Oyster Grey Enameled Cast Iron 3.5-Quart Braiser? You can order it right now, too. (Click link above:) I love a one-pot meal that you can serve in a beautiful dish–from stovetop or oven to the dinner table! This enameled cast iron pan has a nonreactive enamel interior that requires no seasoning! The handles make it so easy for serving, and the lid doesn’t slide around. (It comes in 3 sizes, too!)

What’s a favorite experience you had sharing food with someone in need?

Impossible Quiche Pie

How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie

Fast and easy recipe when you’re in a pinch and have a box of Bisquick or Pamela’s (gluten-free) Baking Mix. Make in a 9×13 pan, or a 3.5-quart braiser!

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups milk
  • 2 cups Bisquick (or baking mix)
  • 8 eggs
  • 2 cups cheese
  • 1 1/2 tsp. salt
  • Pepper to taste
  • Miscellaneous ingredients such as bacon, sausage, chilies, grates zucchini, tomatoes, mushrooms, green onions, red onions.

Directions:

  1. Heat oven to 400. Spray a 9×13 pan with Pam (or a round Le Creuset braiser).
  2. Blend together the milk, baking mix, eggs, cheese, salt, and pepper. Pour over your choice of these ingredients: Bacon, sausage, chilies, grates zucchini, tomatoes, mushrooms, green onions, red onions … use your imagination. I USED: bacon, green chilies,
  3. Sprinkle with fresh basil or cilantro.
  4. Bake for 40-45 minutes. It might be slightly jiggly in the center.
  5. Serve with your favorite toppings!
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More quiche recipes: Impossible Chocolate Pie [Today’s Creative Life] and Easy Ham and Cheese Breakfast Pie [Bless this Mess Please].

How to Make Impossible Bisquick Quiche Pie

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17 comments on “How to Make Impossible Quiche Pie”

  1. Funny, because I can’t imagine you panicking!!! I do love all the Bisquick impossilbe “everythings” though, it is so versatile. I too, have some cilantro I need to use up. As always, thanks for the
    inspiration!

    John

  2. Has anyone tried this with a gluten-free baking mix? I’m thinking this would be an easy one to adapt. Yee haa! And yes, Sandy, I’ve forgotten things many times…just wish I had Kristi next door – both for a running buddy and a buddy brain! You are both blessed. :)

  3. of course I forget. all the time :)

    This recipe looks good.

    Have you ever tried Bisquick’s impossible coconut pie?

  4. Hi Sandy! :-)

    Oh how I laughed when I read your post. And I can relate. I don’t know if it’s age or what but I forget so much stuff these days! I think the problem is that our family has been so busy lately that some things just slip through the cracks. But I usually glance at my to do list at and then remember at the last minute…and am scrambling like you were the other day.

    I have a small social circle of friends and we all help each other when things like this happen. I have a friend like yours, her name is Kristin, who is such a go-to-girl. She has all sorts of quick and easy recipes and is always ready to pitch in and help me out when I forget something. She is also one of those wonderful ladies who you and Sheila would just love. Kristin is always ready with a meal when someone needs it.

    And I think she is a wonderful example for all of us. She has 4 young children and is a single parent but still manages to help out others while taking really great care of her kids! :-) She doesn’t try to be perfect or come over with perfect meals when you’re sick or in need. She comes with a smile, a hug, and simple meal – usually a one pot sort of dish, something that she has made for her family and doubled it – but it all makes you feel loved and cared for. I think she’s the best.

    Have a great day.

    Love,
    Mary

  5. This sounds so good. I love all of those “impossible” pie recipes.

  6. You are not alone, my friend! My memory is bad…real bad! And I’m not even 40 yet! Eeek! Can’t wait to try the recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Right there with ya! We just got back in town from a college visit, I have a million things to do, need to finish reading my Bible study lesson, the house is a mess, and I just remembered tomorrow is our fellowship during our study and I need to make some type of baked good.

  8. Oh, I am ever so forgetful!! Have to keep this recipe handy! :)

  9. I am so lucky to have moved across the street from one of my closest friends. We are constantly borrowing eggs, yeast, a brown gravy packet(!)…..swapping childcare and having spur of the moment walks with our kiddos. It’s been the best gift! Maybe I’ll make this yummy quiche for her just to let her know she’s appreciated. :)

  10. I’ve really enjoyed reading through your posts and can’t wait to try some recipes!

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  13. I have made this recipe several times. My family loves it! Thanks for sharing. ?

  14. Great recipe! Need to clarify something: You mention the 5 qt. Braiser from Le Creuset(gorgeous!) that you were gifted, then you mention the 3.5 qt. Braiser,which one is the finished product in??

    Just asking because I want to get one. Also,your directions are for a 9×13 pan, any adjustments when using the Braiser?  Thank you so much for taking the time to clarify for me!

    • Hi, Lisa. Finished product in the 3.5 quart (thanks for catching that), and yes, this recipe works well in a 9×13 pan or a 3.5 quart braiser (in the photos). ENJOY!

  15. I love these types of meals. This one sounds amazing!!!

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