Air Fryer One Dish Crustless Tomato and Onion Quiche {Recipe}


About a month ago I was sent an Avalon Bay Air Fryer from Air and Water to test out. I was pretty excited as I first learned about air fryer technology at the Big Summer Potluck 4 a couple of summers ago. Since we have gotten it, I’ve been experimenting like crazy.

First of all let me say that I was worried that it would be just one more thing to find a space for in my kitchen. And honestly, it holds a welcome place. It has a fabulous handle that makes it very portable and fits easily in a cabinet below our island.

Another reservation that I had about this machine was how easy it was to clean. That is another big one for me. I HATE applicances that have tons of nooks and crannies making it hard to clean them. I assure you, the Avalon Bay Air Fryer is not one of them. There are two removable parts that need to be cleaned and they easily can be placed in the dishwasher or hand washed. Easily.

Okay, now that I got that out of the way, let’s chat about cooking in it. I have done some experimenting and I still am not done with it. It is an appliance that is extremely easy to use but one that you definitely need to play around with when it comes to cooking times/temps to get the perfect recipe if you are cooking from scratch. If you are cooking frozen foods, go on ahead…it works perfectly! It even cooks faster than the oven and I imagine uses a bit less energy too (though I am not entirely sure;).

Here are some of my thoughts on the machine and a peek at the first thing we cooked in it (not the quiche – for that you’ll need to wait until the end!): 

So clearly I tested out some fresh french fries in it first and they were phenomenal right off the bat. The kids ask me to make them every single day. And I will happily oblige. :)

Next I tested out some fish sticks made from fresh cod from Whole Foods. They turned out really good. Much like breaded fish though so I need to perfect this recipe a bit.

And then… I whipped up a quiche. It was a test. And it was perfect. Literally perfect.


I grabbed a ramekin, put all of the ingredients in, whisked with a fork and cooked in the Air Fryer. Perfection came out. An egg souffle of sorts though it reminded me much of fresh veggie quiches I enjoy making. I seriously am so in love with this recipe. Every morning I spend time making breakfast for everyone else. I am making these the night before and popping them in the Air Fryer in the a.m. while I am making everyone else’s breakfast!!

So here’s the recipe! 


Air Fryer One Dish Crustless Tomato and Onion Quiche {Recipe}


  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup shredded gouda cheese (you can use your favorite kind)
  • pinch of salt
  • 1/4 cup diced tomatoes
  • 2 Tbsp diced onion


  1. Grab a ramekin. Place all the ingredients in the ramekin and whisk. Place ramekin in the Avalon Bay Air Fryer. Cook at 340 degrees for 30 minutes. ENJOY!

Now here’s the extra special treat! Well, I have two! First is that there are a bunch of other bloggers sharing their Air Fryer recipes today so stock up. Of course you can always follow them on Facebook to find more. The next treat is that there is a code for $15 off your purchase of the Avalon Bay Air Fryer! It is: “oilfree”

Check out these 9 recipes made in the new Avalon Bay Air Fryer from these 
food bloggers friends of mine, there is even a dessert!

Sriracha & Honey Tossed Calamari by Colleen of Souffle Bombay
Philly Cheesesteak Eggrolls by Sarah of How I Pinch A Penny
Air Fryer Breaded Raviolis by Linda of Giggles Gobbles & Gulps
Coconut Shrimp with Spicy Marmalade Dipping Sauce by Kellie of The Suburban Soapbox
Lemony Green Beans by Heather of Real: The Kitchen and Beyond
Air Fryer Baked Parsley Potatoes from Courtney of Courtney’s Sweets
Skinny Chicken Chilaquiles from Noelle of Opera Singer In The Kitchen
Air Fryer One Dish Crustless Tomato & Onion Quiche from Lauryn of The Vintage Mom
Nutella Apple Pies by Larisha of We’re Parents

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About Lauryn Blakesley

A woman out to explore, celebrate, and enjoy everything that my community and living locally has to offer. Blessed with three beautiful children and an incredible husband, our family embraces adventure while dreaming of what is to come. Lover of knitting, running (although mostly after little ones right now), the color orange, fun accessories, fall, tea, and a clean kitchen floor. I spend my days in awe of my family and trying to teach my three to treat others as they would want to be treated.

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  1. What a phenomenal idea for the fryer!! While your taking care of everyone else…your air fryer is taking care of YOU! I always have an egg or two in the morning…I am totally making one of these for myself tomorrow, thanks! BTW…your video, rocks1 Makes me miss you!!!
    Colleen (Souffle Bombay) recently posted…Air Fryer Review Sriracha & Honey Tossed CalamariMy Profile

  2. This sounds lovely!! I am totally going to make this! Thanks Lauryn!
    Noelle (@singerinkitchen) recently posted…Skinny Air Fryer Chicken Chilaquiles + Giveaway ‪#‎AirFryerFood‬My Profile

  3. That looks so easy and delicious! I love gouda cheese too.
    Marci recently posted…Perfect Eggplant ParmesanMy Profile

  4. I’m always looking for great brunch ideas and this needs to go on my list! Thanks for the idea!
    Larisha recently posted…Mini Nutella Apple Pies + Avalon Bay Air Fryer ReviewMy Profile

  5. I love the we love the lower fat component of the air fryer but we all also love the handle! It is all in the details!
    Sarah recently posted…Philly Cheesesteak Egg RollsMy Profile

  6. This looks delicious. I love that I can make “gourmet” foods so much easier for breakfast and lunch with this Air Fryer. Making it for breakfast this week.
    Heather M recently posted…Lemony Green BeansMy Profile

  7. Such an easy way to make breakfast! I love our air fryer. Making fresh fries now too!

  8. Looks delicious. I think I may need one of those gadgets!

  9. I want to make fries with it.

  10. Wow…this would be so much nicer than cleaning the deep fryer and dealing with all the oil!

  11. Michelle M says:

    This recipe sounds SO good! What an easy way to make this!

  12. I would use it to get crispy potatoes without having to add a ton of oil!

  13. Thank for sharing that Airfryer recipe
    Steve Puu recently posted…Air fryer vs Deep fryerMy Profile


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