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Easy Zucchini Pie with Bisquick

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Bisquick zucchini pie with tomatoes, onion and a sprinkle of bacon on top is light, filling and fast to make.

This veggie quiche is a wonderful farm to garden recipe with interesting flavors and textures. Parmesan cheese adds just the right twist to this bisquick zucchini pie.

This zucchini casserole is made in a pie plate. But you can make it in a 9 x 11 casserole dish too.

My Grandma Cash shared this recipe decades ago when I needed some fresh ideas for our over abundant zucchini crop .  She was an avid gardener. And an excellent cook.

You will love how simple it is to make. No crust. Just chop, whisk combine and bake. Easy peasy all the way.

bisquick zucchini pie-forkful

Grandma’s cookbook (which I now have) is stuffed with harvest recipes. Her friends gave her some, she invented a couple and she cuts lots of recipes from magazines.

I enjoy looking through the newspaper recipes she pasted into her Betty Crocker Recipe book.

It was her cooking bible full of her notes on the recipes. That’s how it was before the internet. 🙂

Grandma took me with her to visit those friends sometimes and to see their gardens. She taught me that gardening is about community, sharing and bonding.

Delicious Garden Harvest Pie uses Zucchini and tomatoes.
Zucchini squash is putting out zucchini. Now the fun begins!

Zucchini is a social vegetable. At Harvest time your gardener friends will be sharing produce like zucchini.

Just remember, always say yes. Zucchini bakes up wonderfully in recipes and freezes really well.

bisquick zucchini pie with bacon
With bacon sprinkled on top this zucchini pie has a whole new dimension of yummy smokiness.

More zucchini Recipes:

Did you ever wonder why there are SO many different zucchini recipes out there?

Creative gardening cooks could not find one more person in their family or neighborhood, or church to take another zucchini squash.

So they learned to disguise it. Fortunately zucchini is a master of culinary mystery.

I have LOTS MORE zucchini recipes to share with you. We love zucchini. Search the blog for zucchini and zucchini recipes galore will pop up.

This zucchini pie recipe is very pretty in a pie plate. It puffs a bit and You can put it in a pie shell if you want. Or make it in a casserole dish.

Crustless veggie quiche
The bacon is optional. And so is the pie plate. Any oiled casserole, quiche pan or pie plate will make a nice presentation for this zucchini pie.
Easy bisquick zucchini and bacon pie-pin image
Bisquick zucchini pie with tomatoes, onion and a sprinkle of bacon on top is light, filling and fast to make. This veggie quiche is a wonderful farm to garden recipe with interesting flavors and textures. Parmesan cheese adds just the right twist to this bisquick zucchini pie.

Zucchini benefits:

Fresh Zucchini is a wonderful Summer squash worth welcoming into your kitchen and garden. If you’re not a gardener (and don’t know one) buy zucchini from your favorite farmers market.

prepped zucchini ready to shred for veggie quiche
Young tender zucchini is best for any recipe.

Organic facts  has lots to say about the outstanding health benefits of  zucchini. Zucchini is full of nutrients, and fiber. The folates in zucchini are highly recommended for pregnant women.

Bisquick Zucchini Pie Recipe:

This is a great pie to serve for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Having a light summer brunch? This is a good candidate for the main course. It’s excellent with fruit slices and your favorite champagne cocktail.

ingredients for zucchini pie
Ingredients for bisquick zucchini pie.

We also enjoy adding cooked bacon crumbles into this crustless quiche occasionally to give it that yummy smoky flavor.

And that bit of smoky meaty chew the bacon pieces add.

Process Tips:

If you have a food processor and want to shred the vegetables that will work great. The pie will have a finer texture like the one pictured below. More quiche like.

Zucchini Casserole
Delicious zucchini casserole
  • The zucchini should be tender and easily shredded. Compost old tough dry zucchini.
  • The tomatoes can be any you have. If they are a really juicy tomato leave out some of the juice to help the quiche set correctly.
  • This recipe calls for bisquick. You can also use our Homemade Baking Mix with coconut oil. It is healthier and shelf stable for at least six months.
forkful of zucchini pie

Hand chopping the veggies will create a looser chunkier textured pie. Both methods work great and are family tested. Do what you like.

Your Printable Recipe Card:

Try this Bisquick crustless quiche recipe from my grandma. This is a tried and true family favorite for several decades now. It’s a keeper.

If you print out this recipe card the pictures will not print. This is to save you paper and ink.

Please watch our video recipe demonstration at the bottom of this card for a complete walkthrough of this recipe.

bisquick zucchini pie-forkful
Yield: 8 servings

Zucchini Veggie Quiche Recipe

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes

This bisquick zucchini pie recipe is perfect for summer harvest time. It’s light, filling and fast to make. This zucchini pie has tomatoes and onions mixed together with parmesan and Bisquick. It's so easy to make this simple vegetarian dinner. Want some meatiness in your pie? Sprinkle cooked bacon on top.

Ingredients

Instructions

Prep:

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  2. Fry on inch pieces of bacon until thoroughly cookedfrying bacon in skillet
  3. Drain the cooked bacon on a paper towel. set aside.cooked bacon-draining on a paper towel
  4. Oil a 10 inch pie plate or 9 x 11 inch casserole
  5. Chop veggies- (You can use a food processor if you want them shredded for a finer texture)chopped tomatoes, onion and zucchini

Making Zucchini Pie Filling:

  1. Arrange chopped tomato, zucchini and onion onto the pie plate.arranging chopped vegetables in oiled pie plate
  2. In a large bowl combine the eggs, cheese, baking mix and milkadding milk to batter ingredients
  3. Whisk into a loose lumpy batter.whisking bisquick batter- bisquick zucchini pie
  4. Pour the batter over fresh vegetables in the pie plate.pouring bisquick batter into vegetables-zucchini pie
  5. Sprinkle salt and pepper over top (to taste)
  6. Sprinkle cooked bacon on top (optional)adding bacon to zucchini pie top
  7. Bake 30 to 45 minutes until a toothpick comes out of the middle cleanzucchini pie in oven
  8. Cool 10 minutes and servezucchini pie top view on towel

Notes

Tips:

  • The zucchini should be tender and easily shredded. Compost old tough dry zucchini.
  • The tomatoes can be any you have. If they are a really juicy tomato leave out some of the juice to help the zucchini casserole set correctly.
  • This recipe calls for bisquick. You can also use our our Homemade Baking Mix with coconut oil. It is healthier and shelf stable for at least six months.


Bacon:


This recipe is vegetarian without the bacon. If you want a smoky flavor added without the bacon try adding 1 tsp of smoked paprika.

Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 157Total Fat 8gSaturated Fat 3gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 4gCholesterol 82mgSodium 429mgCarbohydrates 14gFiber 1gSugar 4gProtein 9g

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Bisquick zucchini pie with tomatoes, onion and a sprinkle of bacon on top is light, filling and fast to make. This veggie quiche is a wonderful farm to garden recipe with interesting flavors and textures. Parmesan cheese adds just the right twist to this bisquick zucchini pie.
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