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October 18, 2017 by Leanne Vogel December 7, 2018
I love a good reason to brunch, and these low-carb keto quiche recipes make the perfect base for a celebratory weekend gathering. Remix them and make them your own by topping them with gut-friendly paleovalley beef sticks!
Ahh, quiche — a classic brunch dish with the versatility to go beyond just a mid-Sunday meal. While the heart of a quiche is its rich, eggy goodness, how you remix a recipe is totally up to you! If you’re looking for inspiration, I’ve got you covered with 21 low-carb keto options.
Want to up your brunch game? Or, thinking of what to pair with leftover quiche in Monday’s lunch? Serve it up with paleovalley grass-fed beef sticks! paleovalley makes the most delicious beef sticks, with a great snap and only the best ingredients. Many of you have been asking me how I eat their sticks outside of snacking, and this is the BEST way!
paleovalley is truly in a league of their own with their 100% grass-fed and finished fermented beef sticks. Each stick contains one billion probiotic CFUs (because they contain probiotics, it’s best not to heat them) to benefit the health of your gut and the strength of your immune system. Their gut-friendly sticks are gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, GMO-free, freaky chemical, additive, dye, and preservative-free, as well as being 100% free from carbs and sugar.
Enough about that, let’s brunch!
If you’re practicing a dairy-free approach to your keto diet, omit the cheese in these low-carb quiche recipes and use your favorite non-dairy milk in its place. I enjoy full-fat unsweetened coconut milk, but almond milk would work, too! Plus, more dairy-free options below.
Lastly, quiche isn’t a super high-fat meal. To boost the fat in any of the following recipes, cook with extra bacon grease, add avocado, or serve with a dollop of mayonnaise.
Sometimes on keto, you miss crusty, baked goodness … with this almond crusted quiche, you get all the flaky deliciousness with none of the inflammation. Make this recipe with a dairy-free cheese, nutritional yeast, or even avocado! Mmmm, avocado and bacon.
Is it cheating to use a frittata recipe in a quiche roundup? Well, I’m making an egg-ception, because this recipe is paleo-friendly and simply egg-cellent, made with broccoli, diced onions, and garlic, you can customize this dish for the pickiest of palates.
Whip up a dairy-free version of this recipe by swapping nutritional yeast for parmesan, avocado for feta, and dairy-free shreds for mozzarella. Use unsweetened coconut milk and boom: you’ve got a veggie packed, dairy-free quiche!
This hearty frittata is packed with grass-fed beef and provides paleo-friendly nourishment to keep you going all day long.
Oh man, a breakfast pizza quiche takes two separately amazing dishes and marries them in a union of delicious awesomeness. Need a dairy-free option? Try butter flavored ghee!
The classic combination of chicken and broccoli, seasoned to perfection, with a surprise addition: chopped walnuts. Looking for a nut-free option? Omit the walnuts, it’s that easy.
Make these crustless bacon quiches in a muffin pan and you can whip up individual quiches in minutes! Added bonus: snag the leftovers and you’ve got a quick meal prepped breakfast ready for the week.
The spice in this dish comes from cumin and a kick of paprika. Delicious!
Missing a side of home fries with breakfast? Radishes are an awesome alternative, and this recipe adds them right to the quiche!
I named this frittata The Everything Awesome Frittata because … well, LOOK at the ingredients! Zucchini, tomatoes, mushrooms, all perfectly seasoned, enveloped in egg. Yup, everything awesome.
Why is everything cuter in a mini muffin tin? I don’t know, but the cuteness combined with the winning flavor combination of ham, spinach, and leeks in these tiny tins has me reminiscing … green eggs and ham, anyone?
Prepped in 10 minutes, cooked to perfection in the Instant Pot, this recipe is a go-to for an easy Sunday morning.
The secret to this delicious flax and sunflower crust? Diced sweet onions, seasoned with sea salt, thyme, and ground pepper, baked into the crust. With a base like that, you can add whatever you want … I recommend leek, asparagus, and just a pinch of nutmeg.
Ah, the classic BAE combination … bacon and eggs, that is. To make it paleo, substitute the heavy cream for unsweetened coconut milk, and swap the cheese your favorite dairy-free option, nutritional yeast, or better yet, avocado. This recipe includes a link to a quick and easy pie crust as well!
This salmon frittata is served with a Caper + Dill MAYO! Yes, you read that right!
A protein-packed spin on the classic breakfast buddies: sausage and eggs! Top with multi-colored cherry tomatoes for a beautiful brunch presentation. Dairy-free? Me too! Omit the cheese or swap with nutritional yeast, and use your favorite dairy-free milk for heavy whipping cream.
Set it, forget it, knock out your to-do list, and you’ve got a quiche, ready and waiting for you! This recipe is super cheesy, but no fear — I’ve got a soy-free dairy-free cream cheese recipe for you, and you can top this quiche with your favorite dairy-free shreds!
Smoked salmon is a brunch home run! Use goat milk feta or your favorite dairy-free shredded cheese, and swap the mozzarella for avocado to make it a grand slam.
This spinach and onion quiche is perfect on its own, served in a gluten-free herbed crust, or you could add some chorizo for a bit of a kick!
This recipe is proof that everything is better with bacon. Make it dairy-free by swapping unsweetened coconut milk for heavy cream and use your favorite dairy-free cheese shreds!
Looking for something a little more non-traditional? This is it! Easily make this quiche paleo by omitting the cheese. Mmm, sauerkraut at breakfast!
Alright, I think you’re good to go with recipes — now you have to narrow down the guest list! I can’t wait to see what you whip up, Happy Brunching!
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HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.