Cheesy Quiche Tart

Awesome Quiche TartUndoubtedly the easiest and most flavorful quiche tart! i’m loving it! ♥♥♥♥♥

Alright! i’m back again. Realized i’m super productive when i’m busy. Besides studying, i managed to whip up this quiche in less than an hour. it’s those random thought after dinner and i was staring at my bottle of heavy cream in the fridge. Been wanting to get rid of it since i won’t be baking anytime soon. At the back of my head, i was chanting “no desserts, no desserts!” & since i was craving something savory, i’m like, why not quiche? And off course when something so random like this happens, you obviously have no time to make the tart shells. Who has time for tart shells anyway?! Not unless i’m making a dessert 😀 So i cheated and puff pastry to the rescue!

Raided my fridge to see whatever i could find and TADAH! Magic happens! i managed to get smoked sausage, smoked bacon, spinach, some eggs, heavy cream and an onion to throw in! Done deal! That was fast right? 😀

i would definitely do this tart again! So fast and flavorful. Wished i had some mushroom in the fridge, but oh well! These are great for party snacks as well. You could do really mini ones, or even into a large 8 inch tart! The best thing about this tart, you could fill them with almost anything you like, any sort of cheese that you fancy. There’s really no standard filling for this!


Yields 12 cupcake size tarts



  • 6 rashes of Bacon, Diced
  • 1 Smoked Sausage, Diced
  • 1 medium size Yellow Onion, Diced
  • ½ cup of Wilted Spinach
  • ½ Cup Aged Gouda Cheese (Shredded)

Cream Sauce

  • ¾ Cup Heavy Cream
  • 4 Eggs + 2 Egg Yolks
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 1 tbsp freshly chopped Thyme Leave
  • Puff Pastry


  1. Thaw puff pastry
  2. Preheat oven to 200℃
  3. Whisk up all ingredients in the cream sauce and set aside
  4. Fry up diced bacon till crispy and golden brown, set aside
  5. Saute onion in remaining bacon fat till caramelized
  6. Line baking mould with puff pastry (i used cupcake tray)
  7. Layer in bacon, sausage, handful of cheese and spinach and fill the tart with cream sauce till full
  8. Bake on bottom heat for 10 mins followed by top heat for another 10 mins
  9. it’s ready when the shells are golden brown and eggs are firm

photo1Check out those flaky layers from the puff pastry! Adds a nice rustic touch to the tart!

slice up You could never go wrong with those ingredients in it! This tart that i slice up happens to be loaded with bacon! i’m sure the sausages are hiding somewhere in that custard! ♥♥

photoMade some into ♥♥♥♥ too!

This is so so good! Try it! A really easy dish to wow you family or guest! ♥♥

Happy Baking.


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