(Disclosure: I am a member of the Cabot Cheese Board, and they sent me the cheese I used in this recipe) This quiche is out. of. control. It’s outtacontrol. My husband and I ate it in two days. And every bite sounded like this: “oh my god this is so good.” A member of my family is currently eliminating a type of highly fermentable sugar called oligosaccharides, which we think is the cause of his stomach aches. It’s found in wheat, onions, and garlic among other foods, which means a regular crust was out of the question. You know how when you’re faced with a challenge, it often forces you to get creative? Well, that’s how I came up with the hash brown crust. And I think you’re going to love it.If it weren’t for these fermentable sugars, I don’t think this quiche would have happened. So thanks for being so hard to digest, oligosaccharides! (But, honestly, I’d rather you not hurt his stomach please-and-thank-you). This is a fun breakfast for dinner recipe, but it’s obviously great for brunches too. You get all the breakfast flavors in each bite – turkey bacon, cheese, hash brown potatoes, and eggs.