Let’s talk quiche.
What comes to mind when think of a quiche? Grandma’s luncheon with her bridge club? A fancy smancy brunch?
My favorite breakfast ever!
It’s perfect in so many ways. It’s a whole little meal packaged in one little slice. It is cooked once and you can eat it all week. After an amazing workout you can pair it with a sweet potato and it is pure perfection. When you come home from a morning run, it is conveniently sitting right there for you ready to be devoured immediately. Whenyou wake up late again for work, no worries you grab your little slice and you are fueled for the morning.
Ok you get it. I love quiche. I make some version of it every week depending what’s in the fridge. With quiche you are fully prepared for the week no matter what happens.
Grab a slice for breakfast before you run out the door in the morning.
Refuel for recovery by heating up a slice and having it with a sweet potato after a hard workout.
Cut a small slice for the perfect snack.
Worked late? Have some quiche with a big salad for dinner.
Enough about my love affair with quiche…Go make your own…NOW!
Bacon, Artichoke and Mushroom Quiche
Feel free to sub out any of the veggies or meat for whatever you have in the fridge.
5 cage free eggs
6 slices nitrate free bacon chopped
½ cup diced mushrooms
½ cup diced artichoke hearts
1 ½ cups almond flour
¼ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon celtic sea salt
¼ cup olive oil
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
In a bowl combine almond flour, baking soda, and salt. Add oil until all ingredients are wet. Transfer mixture to a 9 inch pyrex pie dish, pressing down the mixture to form a crust, bringing it up on the sides slightly. Bake for 10 minutes or until golden.
Heat a skillet on medium and add chopped bacon until greasy, then add mushroom and artichokes until softened and bacon becomes crispy. Add the ingredients to the crust. Whisk eggs in a bowl and cover the bacon, mushrooms and artichokes. Bake for an additional 20 minutes. Remove and cut into slices to serve.
Recipe from paleolovelife.blogspot.com.