This Keto Carnivore Quiche is a Must-Try Recipe!

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 a slice of carnivore quiche

Keto quiche for breakfast or dinner?! YES!

We have been loving reading along with you all in our Hip2Keto Book Club pick for June. This month’s book selection, the Carnivore Cookbook by Maria Emmerich, has taught us how to effectively embrace a carnivore diet and all the benefits that come along with it.

carnivore keto quiche

Better yet, we’ve been loving the easy and delicious recipes included in the cookbook! Most recently, we tried out this hearty carnivore quiche. It’s filled with savory flavors and easier to make than you’d think. This traditional breakfast dish deserves a chance in your evening dinner rotation — it’s THAT good!

slice of keto carnivore quiche on plate

pork rind quiche crust

Some quiches can be difficult to make when trying to keto-fy the crust, but Maria has simplified it down to just salty pork rinds, parmesan cheese, and an egg — how easy is that?!

uncooked keto carnivore quiche

While this recipe is spot on, I would suggest covering up the quiche with a sheet of foil while baking so the crust doesn’t burn. Also, make sure to let the carnivore quiche sit for a few minutes after removing it from the oven. This will allow the cheese and egg to firm up a little bit.

Outside of making this quiche for a weekend brunch or family dinner, it’s a great option to bake and reheat for breakfast all week as an easy meal prep idea!

Slice of keto carnivore quiche

Be sure to join in on our Hip2Keto Book Club to check out more from the Carnivore Cookbook & head on over to mariamindbodyhealth.com for this keto carnivore quiche recipe.


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  1. Connie

    This was so good, and my kids loved it too!!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Yay! SO glad to hear everyone enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing with us, Connie!

  2. Haleigh Bentley

    So excited to make this! I’m traveling with it and I was wondering if it would be okay to make it a day ahead( baking it all the way) then freeze it?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yes! It looks like that can be done!

      • Haleigh Bentley

        Thank you!!

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