Quiche

Sunday Night Dinner - "BFD"

Wintertime in our house equals BFD more often than not. Β What is BFD, you might ask? Β BREAKFAST FOR DINNER! So, instead of eating waffles with Mrs. Buttersworth every night (believe me, it could easily happen in our house), we opted tonight for the healthier version of BFD - Crustless Quiche.

Crustless Quiche Recipe:

1 cup of Sauteed Kale and Baby Spinach

1/2 Yellow Bell Pepper Julienned

2 Fresh Roma tomatoes

6 eggs

Splash of Skim Milk

Sprinkle (approx 1/4 cup) of Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese (thank you, Costco)

Mix all ingredients together, arrange in an impressive way (it always helps to make the veggies disappear faster!) and bake in a shallow dish for 25 minutes at 400 degrees.

Sunday Dinner = Great success!

Greek Yogurt-Quiche

I tried to make a quiche the other day and once I had steamed the spinach and cracked the eggs, found out that I had no milk to use. Β Plan B, make a quiche with greek yogurt (plain, yoplait brand). Β It was delicious and fluffier than quiches made with milk. Here is what is left of it!

The "Recipe":

Crack 5 eggs and mix together with 1 small plain greek yogurt

Add 1/2 cup water

Add steamed spinach (1/2 large bag)

Add 2 cups of shredded cheddar (mixed kinds work fine as well)

Mix all ingredients and place into pre-made pie shell from the grocery store

Bake for 20 minutes approx. depending on how quickly the center solidifies

Easiest breakfast, brunch or "breakfast for dinner" around and super healthy too!