Sausage Biscuit Quiche – Quiche with Biscuit Crust
Sausage Biscuit Quiche – our FAVORITE quiche! The crust is made out of homemade biscuit dough. It is like a big open-faced sausage, egg and cheese biscuit. SO good!!! Self-Rising flour, butter, buttermilk, sausage, cheese, eggs, half-and-half, and sour cream. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Everyone LOVES this yummy casserole!!! #quiche #breakfast #biscuit
New favorite alert!! This Sausage Biscuit Quiche is our new favorite quiche. I’ve made it numerous times and we just can’t get enough of it!! The crust of this quiche is not your typical pie crust. The crust is a quick homemade biscuit. This Sausage Biscuit Quiche is like a giant open-faced sausage egg and cheese biscuit. SO good!
I have a confession. This was my first real attempt at making homemade biscuits. I’ve always been so intimidated with making biscuits. Guess what? It was surprisingly easy. I can’t believe I put off making homemade biscuits for so long!! You will need to use self-rising flour for the biscuit dough. I used White Lily Self-Rising Flour. All the best southern biscuits are made with White Lily. If you can’t find White Lily, any self-rising flour will work. You can also make your own self-rising flour with 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1/2 tsp salt, and 1-1/2 tsp baking powder.
There is a two-part baking process for this Sausage Biscuit Quiche. The biscuit crust needs to bake for a few minutes before adding the quiche mixture. I make the crust and then whip up the quiche mixture while the crust is baking. Easy peasy! Just a note – I used a 10-inch quiche pan for this recipe. It is basically a 10-inch cake pan. If you don’t have a quiche pan, you can try making this in a springform pan.