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Old Thu, Apr-16-15, 09:33
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Crustless Quiche

Dozen large or jumbo eggs
2 cups heavy cream
2 cups shredded cheese (cheddar, swiss, mozzarella, monterey jack etc)
1 to 2 cups of cooked meat (bacon, sausage, ham etc)
chopped onion to taste (optional) - (remember the carbs!)
cooked drained broccoli, spinach, mushrooms or other cooked veggie (optional)

Whip up the eggs and cream. Fold in other ingredients. Pour in a 9x13 inch pan. Or pour in a large muffin pan (makes 12 muffins). Either way use cooking spray first or butter the pan. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees or until cooked through (a little longer if in the 9x13 pan). This freezes exceptionally well, just nuke in microwave for 90 seconds or so. Make a batch on the weekend for quick and easy breakfast during the week.

I use glass lasagna pan and cook at 350 for 35 minutes.. let cool before cutting.
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Old Sun, Dec-18-16, 00:46
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Crustless Quiche

Dozen large or jumbo eggs
2 cups heavy cream
2 cups shredded cheese (cheddar, swiss, mozzarella, monterey jack etc)
1 to 2 cups of cooked meat (bacon, sausage, ham etc)
chopped onion to taste (optional) - (remember the carbs!)
cooked drained broccoli, spinach, mushrooms or other cooked veggie (optional)

Whip up the eggs and cream. Fold in other ingredients. Pour in a 9x13 inch pan. Or pour in a large muffin pan (makes 12 muffins). Either way use cooking spray first or butter the pan. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees or until cooked through (a little longer if in the 9x13 pan). This freezes exceptionally well, just nuke in microwave for 90 seconds or so. Make a batch on the weekend for quick and easy breakfast during the week.

I use glass casserole baking pan
and cook at 350 for 35 minutes.. let cool before cutting.


Edited to add: You do not need to butter the pan before
adding the egg mixture. With the cream and cheese,
no extra fat is needed.
~also you can use much less cheese but I use the full amount of cream
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Old Sun, Apr-16-17, 10:06
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This is what I'm taking to Easter Brunch!!! Thanks, Meme!!!
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Old Sun, Apr-16-17, 10:32
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This is what I'm taking to Easter Brunch!!! Thanks, Meme!!!

Oh good, I hope you love it Jams!
Happy Easter!!
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Great recipe. How about adding a bunch of parsley?
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Old Sat, Apr-07-18, 09:17
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Parsley would be great.

I also add chopped fresh spinach sometimes and that is good too!
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Parsley would be great.

I also add chopped fresh spinach sometimes and that is good too!

Amazing idea!
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Old Fri, Jan-18-19, 23:52
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This is another good recipe if anyone needs to cook and have it for several meals, this is a good one!
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Thank you. One day I'm going to make this.

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Old Sat, Jan-19-19, 09:59
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All Day I Dream About Food is one of the recipe sites I follow (she recently joined the DietDoctor team too). She often posts "Recipe Round-ups" of her favorites of one type of food, while also giving exposure to new recipe creators on less known LC blogs. This 25 Easy Quiches were posted near the holidays, good ways to use up leftovers bits of this and that.

https://alldayidreamaboutfood.com/e...quiche-recipes/


The recipe Meme posted is the same start point I use, but if I have fewer eggs, or only half and half not cream, these egg casseroles still seem to come out Just Fine. Both the add-ins and base of eggs and cream are super flexible...a great recipe for any meal.

Last edited by JEY100 : Sun, Jan-20-19 at 04:21.
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Old Wed, Feb-06-19, 14:39
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All Day I Dream About Food is one of the recipe sites I follow (she recently joined the DietDoctor team too). She often posts "Recipe Round-ups" of her favorites of one type of food, while also giving exposure to new recipe creators on less known LC blogs. This 25 Easy Quiches were posted near the holidays, good ways to use up leftovers bits of this and that.

https://alldayidreamaboutfood.com/e...quiche-recipes/


The recipe Meme posted is the same start point I use, but if I have fewer eggs, or only half and half not cream, these egg casseroles still seem to come out Just Fine. Both the add-ins and base of eggs and cream are super flexible...a great recipe for any meal.


I made her Quiche Lorraine just a few days ago. My only modification was to omit the thyme and add about 1/4 tsp nutmeg to the custard. I used a good quality Alpine cheese. It is da bomb, but my almond flour crust was soggy in the middle, even though I parbaked it. Someone suggested I try a cauliflower crust - no thank you. Maybe I'll try the coconut flour crust next time.
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Old Sun, Jun-16-19, 15:09
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I saw a description somewhere of a broccoli quiche that mentioned eggs, broccoli, cream, nutmeg but not any more ingredients. It was mentioned in passing in the context of a funny story and wasn't actually a recipe, but it sounded so yummy (I think the nutmeg got to me) that I've wanted to reproduce it ever since. Would any of you more experienced at quiche than me take a stab at spinning that out into a whole recipe? Like how much nutmeg would be good? Maybe other spices might be added too? Anything? I just don't trust myself to get it good enough and I'd hate to throw out a whole dish if I ruined it.

Edit: I posted this before I read ImOnMyWay's mention of nutmeg above. I'll go look at that recipe, but will leave this here in case you all have other good input too!
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