quiche: simple. scrumptious. sophisticated.
and this one has only 156 calories per serving!
You’re welcome 🙂
When I decided to blog about food, I wasn’t really sure about making any “healthy” recipes, despite the fact that that was all I made. I’d mess them up, they’d taste bland, and why risk ruining a perfectly nice recipe?
But once I googled quiches and their calorie and fat percentage, I freaked out. I love sharing fun recipes with y’all, but it’s not like I’d willingly hand over the recipe to a heart attack?!
Nevertheless, I wasn’t going to give up— quiches are too good to be forgotten — and after half an hour of searching through the deep, dark, webs of the internet, I discovered this FREAKISHLY AMAZING LOW FAT QUICHE RECIPE, WITH a CRUST!!!
What?!?!? Yes. I know!!
I honestly LOVE this recipe so much. It is perfect to whip up right before a family gathering, and a nice family activity as well! When it came out, I had doubts if my family would enjoy it— but it was quickly obligated after my brother asked for seconds, then thirds— he usually doesn’t show much support to my creations 😂!
I mean LOOK AT THIS.
Um, ME PLEASE!?
A few quick notes before you begin
- When I made these, the portion came out GINORMOUS. So I’ve halved the recipe for you 🙂
- I also didn’t have enough butter that day, so the pictures came out crumbly, BUT nonetheless, DELICIOUS!
The recipe came as an egg+milk quiche with the crust, but trust me, it tastes much better with some broccoli, cheese, and salmon, or ham inside!
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- 3/4 cup whole wheat flour
- 1/4 cup melted butter (I used a half melted butter for a crispier crust because the original recipe asked for 1/2 cups and HELL NAH WHY WOULD I HAVE SO MUCH IN THE FRIDGE!?!?)
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 tbsp almond milk
- 3/4 cup almond milk (preferably whole)
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 1/2 dash pepper
- your choice of meat, cheese, vegetables, and herbs!
In a pie pan (or anything oven safe), combine all crust ingredients and mix with a fork.
Use your hands to finish the mixing and then form a ball in the pan. Press it into the pan and bring it up on the sides, and then pinch the top (with your finger or a fork).
Mix all quiche filling ingredients and then pour right into the raw crust…..I mixed bits of ham and feta cheese into the mixture after pouring it into the crust – most sank below the surface, so I’m afraid you can’t see it in the photos!
Bake at around 190~200 Celsius, or 375 Fahrenheit for 30 – 40 minutes or until filling is set, and the surface has turned a light golden brown.
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Well that was kind of it! Hopefully this recipe works for you 🙂