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Easy Crustless Skillet Pizza Quiche

Crustless skillet pizza quiche is a no crust pizza alternative that is easy to make and always a big hit.  If you have quiche haters in the house, call it No Crust Pizza or Keto Crustless Pizza, and leave the word quiche off the table and they will never know.

If you have chickens, this crustless pizza recipe is a great way to use up eggs! This recipe uses a whopping 10 eggs!  If you don’t have sausage, you could use just about any leftover meat in the dish and it’ll work out fine.

Crustless Skillet Pizza Quiche

This is the first year I’m participating in the A to Z Challenge and this post for Crustless Skillet Pizza Quiche is my “Q” day post (article).  The challenge is to blog six days a week, the whole month of April, taking only Sundays off.  Posts can be in any order as long as every day is a different letter, I’m opting to go in alphabetical order.

I debated making some sort of quesadilla for my “Q” day.  I love making quesadillas out of just about any leftovers or even canned goods.  I didn’t really have any leftovers to work with, though and I had some Italian sausage that needed to be cooked so I made this Crustless Skillet Pizza Quiche. I’ve made this recipe many times, and my kids always eat it up.

I have a few quesadilla examples using leftovers:

Here’s a recap of my A to Z Challenge posts so far:

Crustless Skillet Pizza Quiche Recipe:

Here’s what you’ll need to make this recipe:

  • 1 pound Sausage (Italian Sausage, Country Sausage or any type of sausage will work)
  • 1/2 onion – minced
  • 3 cloves garlic – minced
  • 1 pinch of dried pepper flakes
  • 10 eggs
  • 1/2 cup parmesan cheese
  • Salt & Black Pepper
  • 1 cup+ prepared Spaghetti or Pizza sauce
  • Mozzarella Cheese – grated
  • Pepperoni slices (optional)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

In a cast-iron skillet, break up the Italian sausage, brown the sausage and onion until no longer pink.  Add a pinch of dried pepper flakes, and the minced garlic, cook for two minutes.

Crustless Quiche

In a separate bowl, crack the eggs and add in grated parmesan cheese, a dash of salt, and a dash of black pepper.

10 Egg Quiche Pizza

Whisk to combine.

Low Carb Pizza

Spread the sausage evenly around the cast iron skillet.

Low Carb Pizza Quiche

Pour the egg mixture on top of the sausage.

Italian Sausage Quiche

Pop the skillet into the preheated oven for 12-15 minutes or until the eggs are starting to set.  I have a really old convection oven and ended up baking the sausage/egg for 15 minutes.  The crust is firm, but when I shook the skillet, the center jiggled just a bit.

Oven Set Egg Quiche

Remove skillet from oven and spread about a cup of spaghetti or pizza sauce over the eggs.

Top with shredded Mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices.  I used turkey pepperoni because it’s what I had.

Crustless Skillet Pizza Quiche

Pop the skillet back in the hot oven for 2-4 minutes, or until the cheese is melted.

No Crust Skillet Pizza Quiche

Let the cheese rest at least 5 minutes before serving.

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Friday 22nd of April 2016

Ooo that looks like something I might need to try with my fake meat crumbles. Love a good quiche :)


Friday 22nd of April 2016

Oh that might be good! Thanks for visiting and commenting Anna!

Gayl Wright

Thursday 21st of April 2016

That sounds really delicious and super easy! I will have to try it!


Thursday 21st of April 2016

This dish is very easy to make, my kids really like it. I hope your family likes it too.

Thanks for visiting and commenting Gayl!

Stepheny Houghtlin

Thursday 21st of April 2016

Since beginning to follow you during the #Challenge, I am behind in reading your posts. Trying to visit as many others sites as possible. Looking forward to catching up soon. Enjoying what I am able to read. Thanks. Since I live a Gluten Free life, this recipe would work for me. Must try it because I love pizza. Visiting on the letter R day where I have written about a hotel in Italy that I used in a second novel. Wish I were writing you from there rather than North Carolina. Having hun, however. Cheers.


Thursday 21st of April 2016

Thanks for visiting again Stepheny! I really appreciate you taking time out of your busy day to visit my site.

Jeffrey Scott

Wednesday 20th of April 2016

Wow, this really looks good. I was a little fooled at first when I read crestless. But I would certainly try this.


Wednesday 20th of April 2016

Lol Crestless! Thanks for visiting and commenting Jeffrey!


Wednesday 20th of April 2016

Hi Shelly. I'm salivating big time. It's been a busy and eventful 24 hours for me--will write about it in one of the posts, so all I've managed to eat is fruit and nuts and now a smoothie. I so wish I could pop over and beg for a slice of this delightful quiche. Your family is so lucky to have you.


Wednesday 20th of April 2016

Aww, thank you Arti! You are so sweet.