Crustless quiche is not manufactured by a company, but made from scratch using recipes found on Allrecipes.com, Kraft recipes and Food Network. These food sites feature recipes for crustless quiche that include spinach, bacon, cheese and a variety of ingredients.
Spinach quiche is popular among quiche lovers, and Allrecipes.com features a crustless version that uses similar ingredients to spinach quiche with a crust. Fresh, thawed or frozen spinach is one of the main ingredients, as is Muenster cheese, and this version takes 30 minutes to bake. The bacon and cheese quiche featured at Kraft is perfect for breakfast or a brunch. This no-fuss recipe combines cheddar and mozzarella cheeses, and uses sour cream as a light flavor enhancer. Colby and Monterey Jack cheeses are excellent in this recipe as well.
Cooks seeking a basic crustless quiche recipe with lots of versatility can use the one provided by Food Network. In this version, a custard mixture of half-and-half and eggs is combined with unsalted butter and a bit of Parmesan cheese. Cooks have a choice of using several different fillings from a selection of meat, cheeses, vegetables and spices. Crustless quiche is a slight variation to the classic quiche Lorraine, a popular French dish that typically includes either bacon or ham, but doesn't include cheese.