You need to decrease the amount of salt and oil, for a more heart friendly version. This works well with egg beaters fat free milk and low fat cheesse
Breakfast Quiche Bites
HeatherJH Posted: 11/16/12
lrose17 Posted: 06/23/13
I thought this was great, but also recommend cutting the oil and salt. I used 1 tsp of oil and 1/4 tsp of salt and added about 1/2 cup of Jimmy Dean turkey sausage crumbles. If I made it again I probably wouldn't add any salt at all. The serving size says 1 quiche. That's a joke. I ate two and I'm not hungry, but not stuffed either. A great recipe because it's mostly stuff you have on hand.
Kalifish Posted: 02/01/14Charlottesville, VA
I made these this morning and doubled the recipe. I agree that you can use less oil to cook your onions. I used broccoli rabe & shitake mushrooms instead of spinach. I think they would be very good with a spicy chicken or turkey sausage too. It was an easy recipe, great for a weekend breakfast, and clearly it's easy to put your own twist on it with veggies, cheese or meat. The salt can be completely left out if you use a saltier cheese or sausage.
Greekmomb Posted: 06/25/14
made with broccoli, Mexican cheese mix and bacon (half w/ out bacon). Son didn't like, daughter preferred bacon ones. Pretty good! Easy to take to swim meets for quick protein meal.