Looking for lighter versions of your favourite quiche recipes? We have loads of flavourful quiches that either use lower-fat ingredients, are chock-a-block with veg, or skip the pastry to make the quiche just that extra bit healthier.
This quiche should be eaten within a day, while the pastry is nice and crisp. Or it can be frozen and then baked in the oven. Whichever you choose, it's delicious. I saved my recipe years ago on my computer because I am so often asked how to cook it, and now I'm telling the entire world!
How do you get the rich taste of a classic quiche with a fraction of the fat? One technique: make the case with thinly sliced potatoes. It's a heart-smart substitute for traditional shortcrust!
A delicious quiche indeed, which is very forgiving and easy to make. There's no pastry, so you needn't worry about that. You can also add other ingredients to taste - cubed chicken, ham, mushrooms, bacon, etc. Enjoy!
In this savoury tart, peppery watercress, caramelised onions and sweet red pepper combine for a terrific taste.
This is a lower fat version of the classic quiche Lorraine. The bacon is replaced by ham and the cream is replaced by milk and creme fraiche. Serve for dinner or pop into packed lunches.
These minature quiches are so simple to make since there's no pastry - great for a party.
This is a delicious pastry-less aubergine quiche. You can leave out the ham if you prefer a vegetarian quiche. If the flipping doesn't go well, don't worry - it'll taste great cut straight from the baking tin.
A great way of making use of leftover rice. This pastry case can be used to make quiches or flans. It's gluten-free and tastes fantastic.