Pepperoni Pizza Quiche

Level: Easy
Prep Time: 10 min
Cook Time: 40 min
Cooling Time:
Yields: 8 servings


This Pepperoni Pizza Quiche is a dressed-up version of a classic favorite that will leave you plenty of time to enjoy friends and family while it bakes in the oven.


  • 1 unbaked 9-inch (4 cup volume) frozen pie shell
  • 1 pkg. (8 oz.) shredded Italian-blend cheese, divided
  • 2 ozs. thinly sliced pepperoni (about 20 to 30, 1 1/2 to 2-inch diameter slices), cut into quarters, divided
  • 1 can (12 fl. oz.) NESTLÉ® CARNATION® Evaporated Milk
  • 3 large eggs, beaten
  • 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon dried basil leaves
  • 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder


PREHEAT oven to 350° F.

SPRINKLE 1 cup cheese and half of pepperoni pieces onto bottom of pie shell.

WHISK evaporated milk, eggs, flour, basil and garlic powder in medium bowl until blended. Pour mixture into pie shell. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Decorate top with remaining pepperoni pieces and any other topping you like. Place quiche on baking sheet (if pie pan is made of aluminum foil).

BAKE for 40 to 45 minutes or until knife inserted near center comes out clean. Cool for 5 minutes before serving.

• Choose 1/4 cup of any of your favorite toppings (such as chopped onions, red or green peppers or sliced black olives) and add as topping with the remaining pepperoni pieces.

Pepperonit Pizza Quich

by B. Bunny , Fargo, ND on Nov. 2009

I made this for supper one evening and it was so good and easy and I will make it again and I will also make it for my guests. I like the idea about putting pizza sauce on the botom of the crust and will give that a try the next time I make it

This is great

by A. Alice , Kenosha, WI on Oct. 2009

I added pizza sauce to the pepperoni on the bottom and the next time I made it added green peppers and onions. Add a salad and dinner is ready.

Pepperoni Quiche

by a. antonia , Nashville, TN on Oct. 2009

wonderful idea

Pepperoni Pizza Quiche

by R. Rochelle , on Sep. 2009

I am always looking for something different, and this is different and great. My husband commented that he had never had pepperoni with eggs, but he liked it a lot! I did use Italian seasoning instead of just basil. I also added cracked pepper and doubled the pepperoni (hubby likes lots of meat). Next time I think I will make my own pie crust. I always think the frozen ones taste a bit sweet when used in savory dishes.

Easy and versatile

by J. Janet , Trimble, MO on Sep. 2009

I thought this was very easy to make. I added onions, green pepper and tomato to the topping. Was delicious. Almost too cheesy though for me. I'll adjust next time.

pepperron pizza quiche

by M. Maryann , Nottingham, PA on Sep. 2009

I realy like this recipe and it was something different to taste.

Pepperoni Pizza Quiche

by D. Doris , Germantown, TN on Aug. 2009

I really enjoyed this quiche! It was quick and easy to prepare. Next time I'll add at least another ounce of pepperoni.

Quick Pepperoni Pizza Quiche

by L. Libby , San Francisco, CA on Jul. 2009

My friends and family love this quiche. I make my own pie shells. (I like to make two at a time and have one made for another day.) Absolutely quick and easy: tastes great the next day, even cold!

Family favorite!

by K. Kate , on Jun. 2009

This quiche is wonderful! The whole family loves it! Have made it many times! It's easy and tasty- we've gotten raves taking it places, too! It's a hit with all ages!

Pepperoni Pizza Quiche

by r. rosemarie , Hagatna, GU on Jun. 2009

I tried this recipe with a twist (ripe olives & homemade bacon bits, 2 dish) for a graduation party with family. I didn't get to taste, not a crumb left. Gotta try it again, for myself to enjoy at home with hubby. I never bake anything without a twist...did it as Bacon Pizza Quiche (add any veggie, chesses: chedder, monterary jack & colby...didn't get a slice of that too.