With produce still in it’s glory, you can score some amazing vegetables at your local farmers market. Put them together to create a delicious farmers market quiche for your family.
I love going to the farmers market! The ingredients are so fresh and local. My local farmers market has so many organic options as well. I love the colors, the produce and the people!
For this delicious quiche, I chose some beautiful fresh produce from our local farmers market. They are simple ingredients that you should be able to find, so you too can recreate this scrumptious farmers market quiche.
This farmers market quiche boasts the mouth watering flavors of tomatoes, leeks, fresh dill and parsley. I used brown eggs from a local farmer as well.
You might remember around Mother’s Day I posted a recipe for Simple Quiche. In that recipe post, I talked about how I met and fell in love with the products of The Maine Pie Co. This company not only makes delicious pre-made pie crusts but it also makes amazing gluten-free pies and torts.
The products are certified gluten-free and are tested by the ELISA method to have <5ppm. The crusts are light and flaky. The crusts are so delicious, they can easily fool your gluten loving friends! The best part is this company is expanding its distribution AND they are now shipping! It is a win-win.
How to Make Farmer’s Market Quiche
Start by cutting your colorful cherry tomatoes in half. I chose a rainbow variety for more color. Slice the white part of your leek and separate the circles. When you are slicing the leek, it is okay if the circle breaks.
Add your sliced leeks and halved cherry tomatoes into the pie crust. This will be your bottom layer to the delicious farmers market quiche.
Next, add your cheese on top of the leeks and tomatoes. I used a mild white cheddar. If you have a favorite cheese, feel free to customize your quiche to make your tastebuds happy.
Next up is dill. This is by far one of my favorite herbs! I love fresh dill. You can use it in so many ways! Simply, remove the dill pieces from the larger stems and place into crust.
Next, is the addition of the milk and egg mixture. This creamy mixture will bring together all the beautiful flavors in this dish.
Now your farmers market quiche is ready for the oven! While waiting can be hard, what comes out of the oven is a thing of beauty. Beautiful in sight and beautiful in taste!
This farmers market quiche is so tasty that my husband went back for THIRDS! It even reheats well the next day. I will admit, I pouted quite a bit when there was only one piece left for me the next morning! It is SO GOOD!
The tomatoes in this quiche do add a little bit of moisture. You may need to bake 2-3 minutes longer to take care of that moisture if you think it might bother you. 🙂 See, always adapting!
More Quiche Recipes I Love
Quiche is such a versatile dish! Click Here for more gluten-free quiche recipes! Or go right to one of these recipes:
Farmers Market Quiche
- 1 frozen Maine Pie Company Crust
- 1 c of rainbow cherry tomatoes halved
- 1 c of leeks sliced (white part only)
- 4 eggs
- ¾ c milk
- ½ c sour cream
- ½ c cheddar
- 1/2 c fresh fill
- ¼ c fresh parsley
- Place pie shell on a lipped baking sheet. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- In the bottom of the pie shell, gently place your leeks and tomatoes.
- Layer cheese and fresh dill.
- Whisk together the eggs, milk and sour cream. Pour into crust.
- Bake for 40-45 minutes or until a knife comes out clean from your quiche when inserted. Let sit for 5 minutes.
- Garnish the top of the quiche with fresh parsley, ENJOY!
All though this website attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, the information should only be considered an estimate. Varying factors such as different product types, different brands, etc. can change nutritional information. It is your responsibility as a consumer to read all labels to make sure the ingredients fit your dietary needs as well as calculate your own nutritional information as a double check.
Let’s talk! Have you ever made quiche? If so, what do you like to put into your quiche? I love going to the farmers market! Do you visit the farmers market on a regular basis? What do you buy there?