I am pleased to welcome Laura back tonight as my guest blogger. Laura is a spectacular cook, friend and master of simple & easy food creation. Below she shares her recipe for crustless quiche. In her own words…

Laura’s Crustless Quiche

So, I’m trying to lower my carb in take so I made this delicious crustless quiche. It’s so easy and you can use whatever is in your garden or frig.

I took three strips of bacon, sautéed them in olive oil until it was crispy.

Then I added red, yellow, orange and green peppers, one whole onion. Let them cook down until a little soft, then add 2 cups spinach, handful of grape tomatoes, (cut in half); add a cup mushrooms, let simmer. Add salt &  pepper. You can add any seasoning or veggies you want.

In a bowl, mix 5 eggs with 1 cup heavy cream, salt, pepper, 3/4 cup cheddar cheese.

Add mushroom mixture to egg mixture, stir together, put in 10-inch round pie pan. (lightly butter the pan)

I set the oven on 400 degrees and cook until it starts to bubble and gets a little brown, maybe 30-35 minutes.

I’m telling you, when you take a bite of this, you won’t even miss the crust. All the flavors of the vegetables with the eggs and bacon, and the cheese, it’s like Heaven.

Hope you enjoy it.


Pasta Note:  Thanks Laura. Yummy as usual.

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