The one thing I told myself I’d never do on this blog is weight loss/fitness posts. Hell, I don’t even allow ads for those kinds of sites! So anyway, I’m not going to get into the benefits of one diet over another or anything like that. You do you. But right now I’m doing the low carb thing. It’s horrible, but it also means that I’m probably going to post some low carb recipes. But don’t worry; it won’t be all low carb! I get cheat days!
Anyway, last night I knew that I needed to make something of substance so I decided to make a crustless quiche. Would it have been better with a buttery, flaky crust? Hell yes. But it was still pretty damn delicious, guys.
Not only was this delicious, but it was SUPER easy. So easy that I was on the phone the entire time I was making it. My best friend (who is a real estate agent) needed to hear about this incredibly pushy real estate agent I had dealt with earlier in the day. I wasn’t going to put that conversation on hold just for dinner!
This recipe can be easily changed to use whatever fillings you want. I used spinach, mushrooms, and mild cheddar cheese but if you wanted a broccoli, bacon, and mozzarella that works. As would bell pepper, Montery Jack, and browned hamburger meat. Basically, take the egg mixture and pour it over whatever fillings you have!
Spinach and Mushroom Crustless Quiche
- One tablespoon butter
- One tablespoon olive oil
- Half a small onion, chopped
- Dash of smoked paprika
- 3/4 cup chopped crimini mushrooms (Baby Bellas)
- One cup chopped spinach
- About a cup and a half of shredded cheddar
- 6 eggs
- 3/4 cup vegetable broth (if you really are watching carbs, make sure your broth isn’t full of carbs)
- 1/4 cup heavy cream (if you’re watching fat use milk – you can’t mess this up)
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
Preheat your oven to 375° F. Spray a pie plate with a nonstick cooking spray (I used Baker’s Joy)
Add butter, olive oil, onion, and paprika to a skillet over medium heat.
I had my first slice of this hot out of the oven with sour cream, chives, and parsley. But it was even better the next morning for breakfast without any fussy condiments or garnish!
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