Crustless Quiche with Spinach – Keto, Low Carb, Gluten Free

Crustless Quiche with Spinach – Keto, Low Carb, Gluten Free

August 6, 2019 8 By William Morgan


– Hey, guys!
Today on Low Carb with Jennifer
we are going to make my
crustless spinach pie.
It is an easy weeknight dinner.
Or you can use it for breakfast or brunch.
You can find the link to the recipe
in the description below or you can go
to jenniferbanz.com and
search for spinach pie.
(soft, tranquil music)
So, to get started with our spinach pie,
I already sauteed a little
bit of onion in some butter.
And I’m gonna go ahead and put my egg,
this is five eggs, into this bowl.
And I’m gonna also add in my salt.
And pepper.
And I put nutmeg in this recipe,
but it’s definitely optional.
So, I’m gonna go ahead and whisk this.
Actually, I’m gonna go ahead
and add the heavy cream.
This is one and a half
cups of heavy cream.
So, I’m gonna go ahead and whisk this
before I put in the
spinach and the cheese.
I love to make quiche recipes.
My son loves, I have a recipe on my blog.
It’s a bacon quiche.
And you know, what kid
doesn’t like a bacon,
you know, we call it
bacon pie in my house.
But I’m sure he would never touch
this with a 10 foot pole, ’cause it’s got
so much spinach in it.
But once you’re an
adult, it’s really good.
And that is good and mixed.
So, now we need to squeeze the liquid
out of
our spinach.
I’ve got, this was actually fresh spinach.
And then I froze it, because the recipe
calls for frozen spinach.
It was fresh spinach, we froze it,
and we just chopped it up with our hands.
You know, just crunched it up.
And now we need to squeeze
the liquid out of it.
So, I’ve got this towel here.
You could also use paper
towels if you want to.
But a lot of times, when you
use paper towels, they break.
So, I’m gonna squeeze
as much liquid as I can
out of this spinach.
And oh my gosh.
So much.
I started off with a lot of spinach.
And now it’s like nothing.
Okay.
So, now we can put that in our quiche.
Or, our liquid
stuff here.
And you wanna break it
apart as you put it in
just so it’s easier to mix.
Like I said, this recipe is super easy.
The longest part it just takes
is baking it in the oven.
Okay.
Clean that up.
Okay, we’re ready to put our cheese in.
And this is, the recipe calls for Swiss.
You could use Monterey Jack,
and that’s what I’m using
right now because that’s what
I have in the refrigerator.
If you can’t find shredded Swiss,
I know that’s sometimes hard to find,
you could just buy slices of Swiss,
and you could cut them into little pieces.
Or even a brick of Swiss
cheese and grate it yourself.
Gonna get all that spinach distributed.
And this is gonna bake in a 375
degree oven,
for about 35 to 40 minutes.
I’ve got my greased pie plate here.
And we’re just gonna pour this in.
And spread it out evenly.
And that is ready for the oven.
Okay, here is our quiche out of the oven.
It looks so good.
Got a nice, brown top.
And so now we can cut a piece.
Lots of spinach.
Lots of cheese.
Mm.
We got our little pie server here.
Look at that, that looks so good.
Okay.
Let me just grab a,
it’s so fluffy, it’s got
lots of spinach and cheese.
Mm.
Hope I don’t have any spinach in my teeth.
I hope you make this recipe,
and maybe your kids will eat it.
Mine won’t, I’m just sayin’.
And it’s perfect for, just to make
for the beginning of the week,
and then you’ve got
your lunch, or a dinner,
or breakfast, or whatever all week long.
You can find the link to the recipe
in the description below, or you can go
to jenniferbanz.com and
search for spinach pie.
So, I will see you guys later.
Bye.
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