Quiche is usually made with eggs, but it’s really not hard to make it plant-based. Usually, tofu or chickpea flour is used to make the vegan alternative, and with some savory spices, you won’t even know the egg is missing! Quiche is a wonderful dish for brunch, and also makes a great breakfast that you can eat throughout the week. Check out these egg-free quiche recipes from our Food Monster App!

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1. Chickpea Flour Quiche 

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Ok Fancy Pants, whose making Chickpea Flour Quiche for breakfast? These little gems are like a chickpea flour omelet in a snackable portable form. Don’t shy away from eating these on the way to work or school, or when you need a mid-day pick-me-up. But don’t be fooled by Chrysta Hiser‘s recipe. These small quiches are pretty filling.

2. Roasted Pepper and Tomato Sweet Potato Quiche

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The Roasted Pepper and Tomato Sweet Potato Quiche from Ksenia Prints begins with a delicious sweet potato crust. Then, it’s then topped with cheesy, earthy tofu filling and is studded with juicy cherry tomatoes and roasted peppers. This recipe is definitely comfort on a plate.


3. Sun-Dried Tomato Olive and Veggie Quiche

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If your brunch has been missing a special something, look no further than this amazing Sun-Dried Tomato Olive and Veggie Quiche from Logan Dunn & Lexus Osman! Fragrant spices, sun-dried tomatoes, olives and an assortment of fresh veggies make this dish unforgettable.

4. Roasted Tomato and Herb Quiche

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Jessica DeMarra‘s recipe for Roasted Tomato and Herb Quiche is a little more hands on but totally worth it, especially if you’re making it to share with someone special. Feel free to substitute roasted sunflower seeds instead of the pine nuts for a nut-free option (though I have not tested this version out). Fresh herbs and tomatoes shine in this summery breakfast, brunch or anytime dish.


5. Tomato and Parsley Quiche

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Wow – vegan and ketogenic? Yeah, totally doable. Start your day with this delectable Tomato and Parsley Quiche from Amanda Froelich which is completely plant-based, bursting full of nutrition and is easy to digest (because the nuts and seeds have been soaked and sprouted beforehand!).

6. Italian Spinach and Tomato Quiche

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Who says you can’t make quiches vegan?! This delicious Italian Spinach and Tomato Quiche from Gabrielle St. Claire is packed with protein thanks to the tofu base and is also infused with classic Italian flavors. Spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, and asparagus are incorporated throughout this quiche and are complimented beautifully by the indulgent vegan cheese. Bring this homemade dish to a brunch and shock your fellow guests with how incredible an egg-free and dairy-free can be!

7. Deep Dish Quiche Pizza

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Anthea Cheng‘s recipe for Quiche Pizza makes a deep dish and delicious sweet potato crust made from millet and chickpea flours pressed into a cake pan. lt’s topped with a rich, homemade tomato sauce and filled with a fluffy tofu ricotta and kale filling, roasted Mediterranean vegetables or any vegetables of your choice. The final touch is a drizzle of cheesy tahini sauce. You’ll never get bored of pizza with a dish like this.


8. Crustless Quinoa Quiche 

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Perfect for a light dinner or brunch, these Crustless Quinoa Quiche from Jessica Meyers Altman  are high in protein and fiber but light enough to feast on. Besides quinoa, they contain kale, sweet potato, celery, red onion, and are held together by flax eggs. Freeze a big batch for a healthy addition to your weekly meals, or an appetizer you simply need to warm and serve.

9. Crimini Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Deep Dish Quiche

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If you’ve got fresh mushrooms, you’re ready to rock. Don’t go about messing with inferior table mushrooms. Get crimini, oysters, baby bella, or something with a bit of flavor and extra B vitamins. Then buckle up for this amazing Crimini Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Deep Dish Quiche from Travis Piper! This recipe is so hearty and flavorful, and it’s delicious!

10. Asparagus and Mushroom Tofu Quiche with Rosemary Almond Flour Crust


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Gina Fontana‘s Asparagus and Mushroom Tofu and Quiche With Rosemary Almond Flour Crust is perfect for a Sunday brunch. Impress your friends and family with this gluten-free and vegan treat! The pairing of the herbs with the asparagus and mushrooms is divine and so savory. Plus, with 23 grams of protein per slice, you’re going to feel so satisfied after eating it!

11. Potato Leek Quiche

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Presenting, the perfect breakfast! This Potato Leek Quiche is egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, and oil-free! The filling is made by combining shredded potatoes, carrots, and leeks and then covering it with a creamy, cheesy sauce made from chickpea flour before baking in the oven. Light and fluffy, this recipe from Nele Liivlaid  is great for that Sunday morning breakfast or for special occasions.

12. Spinach, Leed and Carrot Quiche

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This rustic vegetable pie is very tasty despite only requiring a few simple ingredients. The lattice arrangement of the sautéed leeks along with the bright and beautiful gingery carrots will wow whoever has the honor of sharing this quiche with you. This Spinach, Leek, and Carrot Quiche from Valentina Chiappa is an excellent healthy option to bring to picnic and parties.

13. ‘Can’t Tell the Difference’ Quiche

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This Can’t Tell the Difference’ Quiche from Dan Waters will elevate your brunch game to a whole new level. The faux egg mixture has the spring and texture of eggs and the hints of black salt gives it an eggy flavor. When you add that the tender roasted cauliflower and the savory sautéd vegetable, you get a breakfast classic.

14. Potato and ‘Cheddar’ Quiche

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Get ready to take your breakfast and brunch dishes to the next level with this recipe from Travis Piper. This Potato and ‘Cheddar’ Quiche  is based on a light flaky crust and then layered with savory potatoes, a creamy tofu layer, and then some delicious vegan cheese.

15. Eggless Chickpea and Kale Quiche

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This is guaranteed to give you a perfect quiche and with no eggs at all. The light, flaky crust is complemented by the savory, moist, egg-like filling and to top it all off, you’ll throw in some other vegetables to make this Eggless Chickpea and Kale Quiche from Chris Bartis as healthy as it is delicious.

Plant-based quiche can be made a variety of ways and with so many flavor combos to choose from, you eat it exactly how you like. Plus, with the many options, you’re sure to have a favorite!

Still looking for more quiche ideas? Check out our list of 15 Savory Quiches That are Egg-Free!

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