Hi! I found a few recipes that meet your criteria on pinterest. I haven't made any of these, so I can't vouch for them being good, but they look fun to try!
Also, it turns out that pepperidge farm puff pasty is vegan (?!) so you could easily use that as the base for your tart, and then top it with a flavored olive oil or pesto, and a smattering of winter vegetables, and a sprinkling of chopped pistachios or walnuts on top. Sounds good to me!
This looks good, but I haven't tried it. I think it can be used as a model for all kinds of variations, used crustless too. It uses Morinu silken tofu, the one in the aseptic box. www.morinu.com/ has tips for making a quiche, but no recipe.
If you just want to eliminate meats, but can use eggs and/or dairy, you can use the custard base of a good quiche recipe, and use whatever additions work for you. (Non-dairy 'milks' are fine.)
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