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First published 3/20/14; pictures updated 6/5/15
Psst…I have my own quiche recipe with a bacon lattice on top in my cookbook, Necessary Food!
I’d like to share with you one of my family’s favorite recipes. This quiche recipe comes from the magazine Quick Cooking and the recipe can be found here. It’s super easy, and translates well to THM if you leave the crust off (as I did) or make a THM-friendly one.
You can use all kinds of different vegetables in it: mushrooms, spinach, etc., so long as they’re non-starchy (and make sure that they’ll cook in the allotted cooking time).
The recipe calls for mustard to be spread on the crust. I didn’t use a crust, so I just left the mustard out and drizzled it on top when I was ready to eat. You can very easily leave the mustard off, trust me. I happen to be obsessed with mustard, so the more the better, in my opinion.
(Without the crust, the quiche recipe is low-carb, sugar free, and an S for Trim Healthy Mamas. Also gluten and nut free if using non-contaminated ingredients.)
Enjoy your quiche!