Costco Quiche, La Terra Fina Variety 2 Pack, 23 Ounces Each

This 2 pack of breakfast Costco quiche is the perfect way to host a family breakfast. At first I was against buying the pre-made stuff because I do enjoy a good homemade quiche, however, we were pressed for time & these came in unbelievably handy (scroll for photos). Pop them in the oven for about 30 minutes and you’ve got yourself 10 servings of egg ready to go. Add some bacon & pancakes & you’ve got yourself breakfast for 10. They are both very tasty & at only $11.49 for a 2 pack, I don’t think you could make them for any cheaper. The spinach quiche is my favorite, but the broccoli & cheddar is no slouch either. It would be nice to see a ham & cheese quiche in the future. Here is a little more about this product …….

  • 2 flavors: Spinach & Artichoke, Cheddar & Broccoli
  • Made with cage free egg whites
  • No artificial flavors, colors or preservatives
  • 11 grams of protein per serving
  • 10 servings for the entire pack, ~$1 per serving

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Costco Quiche, Spinach & Artichoke, Cheddar & Broccoli

If you’ve never tried it, you have to buy it at least once. The only thing you will regret is the 3rd serving you eat! If you can’t find them at Costco make sure to check out this Whole Foods Quiche from Amazon. You get 1 x 24 ounce quiche. Check it out the link here…….

Price: $11.49, Item Number: 380991

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5 thoughts on “Costco Quiche, La Terra Fina Variety 2 Pack, 23 Ounces Each

  1. Not that bad!
    Easy and affordable
    Better if done in an oven
    a little cheese
    on top gives it umamé
    bacon bits maybe?
    Bah,whatever ya want!
    Worth a try Maynard!
    (elder retired pro cook)

  2. Overall disappointing. The crust was thick and soggy. The filling seemed like it was blended together. It was very thin and not very flavourful.
    The great thing about making quiche is using up leftover meats and veggies. I’ll stick to my homemade deep dish quiche… comparison!

    1. Fair enough! I will always agree with you that homemade is better. Sometimes we just don’t have the time to make from scratch & throwing these in the oven for 30 min is the easiest way to go. I honestly think they are very tasty. The crust is thick, but I enjoy it. Perhaps you needed to cook it a bit longer since it was soggy. Thanks for stopping by

  3. Not a fan of these Quiches.
    The crust is Waaaaay too thick – while the flavor was good, I had about half of what I took left on my plate because it was all crust. Not happy at all.

    1. The crust is thick, but I didn’t think it was overly thick. We love these la terra fina quiche’s. Like Costco’s apple pies, I actually really enjoy the crust. The filling has plenty of flavor to balance out the thickness of the crust. Plus, they’re so cheap & hard to make them for less than $12. Sorry you didn’t like them. I’ll take your leftovers =).

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