After narrowing the field based on input from our favorite pro bakers, we put nine pie dishes to the test. As it turned out, the best was also the least expensive—a simple Pyrex model. We also loved two ceramic pie pans , as well as one made with an innovative combination of ceramic and glass. Read below for what you should look for in a pie dish and the complete results of our testing. Happy baking. For testing details and methodology, keep reading.
If you're looking for an easy, reheatable dish that you can dress up for company or down for weekday breakfasts, look no further than quiche. Despite the French name, quiche is simply an egg custard, seasoned with pretty much anything, baked in a flaky crust although there are delicious crustless versions, too! They're the perfect way to use up leftover veggies, meat, and herbs, since there are few breakfast dishes more versatile than the quiche. For best results, use fresh, well-beaten eggs, and drain both veggies and meat thoroughly before adding, to avoid extra grease or a watery end product. Keep a few refrigerated pie crusts on hand, for last-minute assembly. Grease the pan well if you're going crust-free and even the first slice will come right out without a problem. Try these easy and delightful recipes, and feel free to experiment too!
Vintage Strawberry Cake is rich, dense, and packed full of fresh strawberries from top to bottom. However, the strawberry cream cheese icing steals the show! Old fashioned cakes are truly some of the best desserts out there, and for good reason. Our mothers and grandmothers created cakes that stood the test of time.
Home Topics. Quiche Recipes. Looking for a new brunch staple? Try one of our favorite quiche recipes for a weekend breakfast at home or an easy lunch.