There’s something so special about gathering together to share food and stories. Deep conversations that surpass surface level talks. This is what I crave. The older I get the more I just can’t seem to tolerate small talk or meaningless conversation. I feel so grateful to be surrounded by friends and women who crave the same thing. Genuine connection and a love for one another.

It’s vegetarian & gluten-free!

If you find yourself in a conversation that’s anything less, pray and then try to direct it to a place of true sharing. A place that feels sweet to the soul and healing to the heart. The world is desperate for this. 

I recently saw a quote that said, “Time is non-refundable”. It is. And time spent talking with one another is as well, so it’s important we spend that time wisely.

Recently, I was invited to a beautiful ladies’ brunch hosted by my sweet friend, Brooke, and was surrounded by some incredible women with conversation just as I described above. Most women I had met for the first time. We laughed, talked and even cried. It was such a special day.

I wanted to bring one of my favorite brunch dishes, and well, I love love love a good homemade quiche. So I brought the most lovely vegetarian and gluten-free spring quiche. It’s simple and quick to make, with fresh healthy ingredients.

To save time, I picked up my favorite good quality store-bought gluten-free crust from Whole Foods. The brand is called Wholly Wholesome. If you prefer to make your own homemade crust, definitely feel free!

Not only does this quiche include some seasonal veggie favorites, I added one of the best seasonings around! Have you heard of it?! If you have, you love it. If you haven’t, upon one taste, you will love it. It’s the Everything But the Bagel Sesame Seasoning Blend from Trader Joe’s.

Simple Springtime Quiche Recipe




  1. Allow pie shell to thaw on countertop for about 10 minutes.
  2. Using a fork, poke holes into the crust and bake for approximately 6-8 minutes at 375 degrees.
  3. In mixing bowl, whisk eggs, then mix in almond milk, almond flour, sesame seasoning, sea salt, pepper and half of the chives.
  4. Place asparagus tips and sliced tomatoes evenly on bottom of pie shell. Sprinkle in feta cheese and remaining chopped chives.
  5. Pour egg mixture over the vegetables, cheese and chives.
  6. Bake for 40-45 minutes at 375 degrees. Oven times may vary so make sure to keep an eye on it.
  7. Note: A little less than halfway through baking (about 15 minutes into baking), I would suggest covering the pie crust edges with aluminum foil to ensure the crust doesn’t burn.
  8. Remove from oven and let cool.
  9. Slice, serve & enjoy!

Please let me know if you make this recipe! I would love to know your thoughts.


It’s the perfect savory addition to a homemade brunch gathering or simply to bake for yourself on a quiet Sunday to enjoy throughout the week!

Happy Spring! xo