Both with and without crust, these quiche recipes feature the flavors you love from your favorite brunch dish including eggs, cheese, fresh veggies, and meat all for less than 300 calories per serving.
Spinach, Green Onion, and Smoked Gouda QuicheWe like the creamy, custardy consistency of this quiche when it's baked for 35 minutes. If you prefer a firmer texture, bake an additional 5 minutes.
Garden Vegetable Crustless QuicheThe season's best vegetables and a variety of cheeses make this vegetable quiche a crowd-pleasing and healthy meal that can be assembled the night before, refrigerated and cooked just prior to serving.
Summer Squash, Bacon, and Mozzarella QuicheFill this homemade pie crust with a mixture of summer squash, bacon and creamy mozzarella. It is hard to believe this decadent quiche recipe has less than 300 calories.
Crustless Broccoli and Cheese QuicheServe this quiche for Sunday brunch, and enjoy high-quality protein from the eggs and egg whites, calcium from the cheese and milk, and vitamin C and folate from the broccoli.
Artichoke QuicheThis quiche has a cheesy rice crust instead of a pastry crust, so not only is it a hearty meatless main dish, it’s also gluten free.
Spinach, Caramelized Onion, and Feta QuicheTo decrease fat, we've used 2 egg yolks and 5 egg whites. Some egg yolks are necessary to produce a creamy filling. You can refrigerate the leftover yolks for up to 3 days in an airtight container (add a tablespoon of water so the yolks don't develop a film).
Crustless Smoked Turkey and Spinach QuichePlenty satisfying and easy on the waistline, this crustless quiche is a perfect brunch recipe to share with your girlfriends. The filling features a combination of bite-sized bits of smoked turkey ham, onions, leafy baby spinach greens, and shredded cheddar and Swiss cheeses.
Cajun Quiche in a Rice CrustIf you don't have cooked rice on hand, use boil-in-a-bag rice (such as Success Rice) and follow the microwave directions. Cool the rice slightly before adding egg.
Mushroom-and-Spinach Quiche in an Oat CrustOats lend a crunchy contrast to the creamy filling of this quiche. It's perfect for breakfast or a light lunch.