Monday, November 5, 2012

Crustless Personal Quiche (Egg Dish) for Whole Family

When it comes to meal time, sometimes it's hard to please everyone!  The other day I made some pretty awesome quiches with a homemade almond flour crust.  However, I was the only one that actually thought having the crust was cool.  They looked beautiful, but when it came down to it,  the crust wasn't necessary, just extra food that I didn't need, and my kids only liked the inside.  I think I'll save the crust taste for a personal pie that I'll make sometime.



These muffin tins are the perfect solution if you want to make an egg omelette or egg dish for a group of people who all have different tastes.  Each muffin tin can be personalized so you CAN please everyone!  One of these were filled with onions, arugula, and cheese.  Another just plain cheese.  One pepper, mushrooms, and spinach.  It's an easy way to please a family!

Large Oversized Muffin tin

They turned out awesome as well!




Recipe Ingredients:
6 servings

1 tsp of Coconut Oil
10-12 Organic Free Range Eggs
Veggies of choice (note: you only need about 2-3 Tbs since it's going in a muffin tin)
I used: Red Onions, Sauted Mushrooms, Fresh Arugula, and Fresh Spinach.  Use any meats or any veggie your little heart desired.  Get as creative as you like.
Cheese of choice* (optional) 
I used a few sliced of Grass Fed Chedder cheese.  1-2 tsp per egg tin.
1/4 tsp Himalayan Pink Salt


Directions:  Take 1 tsp of Coconut Oil and with your finger tips grease each muffin tin very well.  Pre heat the oven to 350.  

Whisk all the eggs together in a large bowl.  Add Himalayan Pink Salt.   Pour egg mixture in to each over sized muffin tin about 2/3 full leaving room for the veggies and cheese you plan on adding.  Drop the veggies in each muffin tin and sprinkle cheese over it to your personal preference. You may want to stir the veggies in a little so they aren't just cooked on top as well as the cheese.  

Put it in the oven and bake between 15-20 minutes.    If you have regular size muffin tins you can use these as well. They won't need to cook as long and you will make many more.   Let them cool and they should come right out if you used coconut oil.  Cut them up in to little pieces for your little ones since they are very hot in the center. ENJOY!!








9 comments:

Laima said...

They look delicious! I love quiche:)

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Eloise Koullapis said...

I agree with your kiddies :) The inside's the best and who needs the extra calories anyway even if it's almond flour...
My hubby made primal buns tonight and they tasted so much more delicious than white flour buns... He took eggs, creme fraiche and creme of tartar... Delicious!!! and yummy with honey. :)

Eloise Koullapis said...

I agree with your kiddies :) The inside's the best and who needs the extra calories anyway even if it's almond flour...
My hubby made primal buns tonight and they tasted so much more delicious than white flour buns... He took eggs, creme fraiche and creme of tartar... Delicious!!! and yummy with honey. :)

misbah niazi said...

awesome quiches...loving it :)

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Lindsay said...

Yum, these look so good. I am going to have to try them this week. How long can you store them in the refrigerator? Do they keep for a couple days?

Lauren said...

Lindsay, Thank you! I believe they stay for about 3 days.

Lauren said...

Eloise, Yes I agree! That sounds awesome!!

Mark R. Chin said...

The Quiches are not only looked beautiful, they are awesome. I love all of the quiches that you made. :)