Quiche

Quiche was considered to be completely off limits for years in my family. We simply ignored it because we felt that making it was too difficult. Boy were we wrong.

The combinations of how cheese and eggs work together is just something out of a fairy tale, and for a keto diet, learning how to make simple but delicious meals is very important.

You can take a quiche and add almost any meat to it and it will be delicious.

You can leave out meat and add spinach and guess what? It’s still delicious. Yet what is it that makes a quiche different that an omelette? The crust.

Yet the crust was one of the reasons why we never made quiche even before the keto craze, because we had always heard stories of how impossible it was to make it.

Turns out, after making keto tortillas, and keto lasagna quiche crust was a piece of cake. It’s easy, it’s delicious, and if you were ever scared of making quiche like we were, you are going to kick yourself when you realize just how simple it is.

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quiche

Quiche was considered to be completely off limits for years in my family. We simply ignored it because we felt that making it was too difficult. Boy were we wrong.

The combinations of how cheese and eggs work together is just something out of a fairy tale, and for a keto diet, learning how to make simple but delicious meals is very important.

You can take a quiche and add almost any meat to it and it will be delicious.

You can leave out meat and add spinach and guess what? It’s still delicious. Yet what is it that makes a quiche different that an omelette? The crust.

Yet the crust was one of the reasons why we never made quiche even before the keto craze, because we had always heard stories of how impossible it was to make it.

Turns out, after making keto tortillas, and keto lasagna quiche crust was a piece of cake. It’s easy, it’s delicious, and if you were ever scared of making quiche like we were, you are going to kick yourself when you realize just how simple it is.

Protein

29 g

carbs

13 G

fat

44 G

NUTRITION FACTS

servings: 1

NUTRITION (Quiche 1) 

Calories: 537cals
Fat: 44g
Carbs: 13g
Fiber: 7g 

Protein: 29g 

NET CARBS: 6g

INGREDIENTS

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(Quiche One)

1 large Egg
1/2 tbsp Heavy Whipping Cream
2 slices bacon (cooked)
4 small cherub tomatoes
1/2 oz mozzarella cheese 1/4 tsp parsley salt and pepper

(Quiche 2) 

Calories: 501cals
Fat: 41g
Carbs: 12g
Fiber: 6g Protein: 29g NET CARBS: 6g

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DIRECTIONS

READY IN: 45 MINUTES

Crust (for two quiches) 

Combine all ingredients for crust (almond flour, parmesan, egg and salt). Mix well until dough is formed. Split dough into two pieces and form in the bottom or two quiche pans. This recipe makes enough crust for 2, 4 inch diameter quiche pans.

Using a fork or knife makes scores in dough so the crust doesn’t bubble in the oven. Bake at 325 for 7 minutes. Allow to cool.

Quiche 1

Layer cooked bacon, mozzarella cheese and cherub tomatoes on bottom or cooled crust. Combine egg and heavy whipping cream and pour onto crust and fillings. Season with salt and pepper. Bake at 350 for 22-25 minutes or until fully cooked through.

Quiche 2

Layer cooked thawed spinach and gorgonzola on bottom or cooled crust. Combine two eggs and heavy whipping cream and pour over crust and fillings. Season with salt and pepper. Bake at 350 for 22-25 minutes or until fully cooked through

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