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# Fry and drain [[Bacon]] on paper towel
 
# Fry and drain [[Bacon]] on paper towel
 
# Dice [[bacon]].
 
# Dice [[bacon]].
# Mix together [[buttermilk]], [[cream]], [[eggs]] and [[Swiss cheese]].
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# Mix together [[buttermilk]], [[cream]], [[egg]]s and [[Swiss cheese]].
 
# Add drained [[spinach]], [[bacon]] and [[cayenne pepper]].
 
# Add drained [[spinach]], [[bacon]] and [[cayenne pepper]].
 
# Pour into pie shell (You can skip the pie shell and pour directly into a ungreased pan).
 
# Pour into pie shell (You can skip the pie shell and pour directly into a ungreased pan).

Revision as of 12:30, May 16, 2010

Description

I modified Quiche Lorraine by adding spinach and using lower fat items like buttermilk and light cream. Yes real men do eat quiche, and they make it as well. You can use this as a main course for breakfast or cut into small squares as an hors d'oeuvre. You can each it cold or warm. Quiche is the ultimate food. You can also substitute whatever vegetables you have around for the bacon and spinach.

Lower-Low-Cal Buttermilk Bacon Spinach Quiche

Lower-Low-Cal Buttermilk Bacon Spinach Quiche

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Brush pie shell with egg yolk at 400°F.
  2. Weight the center of the pie shell down with pie weights (you can also use dried beans to do this).
  3. Fry and drain Bacon on paper towel
  4. Dice bacon.
  5. Mix together buttermilk, cream, eggs and Swiss cheese.
  6. Add drained spinach, bacon and cayenne pepper.
  7. Pour into pie shell (You can skip the pie shell and pour directly into a ungreased pan).
  8. Bake for 1 hour at 350°F or until solid.
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