These tasted really good but they were a bit heavy and on the greasy side.. we really liked them but I wouldn't reccomend serving them as a main dish. I made the mini version and I also made 2 big ones but on both occasions we tried them as the main course.
Broccoli-and-Cheddar Mini Quiches
charoulli Posted: 10/03/09
snoopy66 Posted: 02/23/12
Usually don't comment if I haven't even made the recipe, but how could this be recommended as kid-friendly with 39g of fat, 23g saturated fat and 332 mg cholesterol per serving? It may taste good, but the fat content far outweighs any benefits from the one-serving of veggies they get. There are lots of ways to slim this down - no heavy cream, using low-fat sharp cheddar (Cabot), no extra egg yolks...
JessicaSubedi Posted: 09/22/12
Still cooking but I used skim milk and plain yogurt in place of heavy cream. I mean I wasn;t going to eat all the fat and calories it called for. I'm sure it will turn out great! Just tried a bite of my altered recipe! Substituted the whole milk for skim and the heavy cream for plain fat free yogurt and I gotta say they taste amazing!
queenCAsunshine Posted: 06/02/14
I just finished licking my plate, my quiche were so delicious. This is an easy, inexpensive recipe that didn't leave too much mess, but it could stand a little tweaking. First, I replaced the whole milk with soy and the heavy cream with plain yogurt. That'll make the quiche much lighter as far as calories and grease. For flavor and a veggie-packer, I sautéed garlic, onion, green bell pepper, green onions, and spinach and added it to the mixture before the cheese. Add seasoning salt, onion powder, pepper, and a dash of cayenne for the kick.
MikiMaus3 Posted: 07/16/14
Greasy, fatty and not tasty enough for the calories. As other reviews have stated - there are easy ways to do this. Just wasn't impressed enough to try it again even with the modifications.