Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Jack loves breakfast. But, I don’t so the poor baby almost never gets to eat it. Since we like to keep Jack happy, I decided to start having “breakfast for dinner.” Not only are many morning recipes yummy but they are a real healthy choice, too. Using’s- low carb diet web page, I found directions on how to make a crustless quiche, which takes little time and effort.
This is the combination I came up with and Jack loves it! I have to say I really like it myself, so much so that I actually ate the leftovers, which I never do.


4 Slices fully cooked bacon

2 Cups, fresh spinach

8 Green onions

½ to ¾ Cup sliced mushrooms

4 Eggs

9 Chopped green onions

1 ½ Cups cream, milk or soy (I used vanilla flavored soy milk)

Coconut oil (for medium heat)

Saute bacon, onions and mushrooms in coconut oil for about 3 minutes. Add spinach and cook 3 to five more minutes or until spinach is “cooked down.”

While other ingredients are sautéing, whisk eggs with milk until combined. Add desired herbs to mixture.

Cut sautéed ingredients to desired size, then spread in bottom of quiche or pie pan, sprinkle cheese over top, pour over egg mixture.

Bake at 375 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes.

If you want less fat, eliminate the bacon and it’s practically a perfect health dish and it’s something anyone can make.
Bon Appetite!

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  1. the green looks awfully yummy. I've taken a rather strong liking to vegetables and fruits lately. I'm sure Grandpa loved it!

  2. Here in the south, this crustless quiche is a favorite - but heaven forbid it be referred to as "quiche". It isn't heart healthy, but darn good eating!!! Add grated and lightly sauteed potato, with onion, green pepper, and mushrooms (collard greens optional), jimmy dean sausage and lots of it -and of course, processed cheese!.

    My recipe uses eggbeaters or just eggwhites, mushrooms, green peppers, grape tomatoes, and grated Cabot extra sharp - or lite fat swiss. Think I'll go buy the fixins right now!

  3. Terrific recipe, easy to follow even by one like me who is an advanced nuker ;o) The photo increased my not needing to be increased appetite ~ what time did you say to join you for dinner?


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