Crustless Cheese Quiche

By sexyswamprat

  • 10 oz Broccoli, chopped, plain, frozen

  • 1 cooking spray

  • 1 cup liquid egg substitute

  • 1/3 cup white all purpose flour

  • 1/4 tsp black pepper

  • 1 1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese , drained

  • 1 cup low fat cheddar cheese, shredded

  • 2 oz Cheese, feta, crumbled , crumbled

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Cook broccoli in boiling water for 3 minutes in a large saucepan. Drain well and set aside.

  2. Lightly coat a 9-inch pie plate with cooking spray and set aside.

  3. Combine the egg product, flour, and pepper in a large bowl, then stir in the cottage cheese, broccoli, 3/4 cup of the cheddar cheese, and the feta cheese. Spoon the mixture into the prepared pie plate.

  4. Bake, uncovered, for 40 to 50 minutes or until a knife inserted near the center comes out clean.

  5. Remove to a wire rack, and sprinkle with the remaining cheddar cheese. Cool 5 to 10 minutes before serving.

Nutritional Facts

Makes 8 servings
Amount Per Serving
Calories 118.2
Total Carbs 8.6g
Dietary Fiber 1.1g
Sugars 2.7g
Total Fat 3.2g
Saturated Fat 1.6g
Unsaturated Fat 1.6g
Potassium 69.3mg
Protein 13.5g
Sodium 340.5mg
Dietary Exchanges
1/2 Fat
1/2 Meat
1/2 Vegetable
1 1/4 Very Lean Meat

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5 replies

Type1Lou 2010-12-03 09:08:09 -0600 Report

Is entire recipe only one serving as noted under "Nutritional facts"? Seems like there is more than one serving per recipe but nutritional facts are per serving? Can you share how many servings per recipe?
That way, we get the right portion to apply the nutritional facts properly.

carb watcher
carb watcher 2010-12-01 13:58:41 -0600 Report

This recipe sounds good but you can also leave the flour out the cheeses themselves will make a crust and makes it even less on the carbs. hope some one trys this one

joanne denison
joanne denison 2010-12-01 07:52:02 -0600 Report

This recipe is fine, but no egg substitutes please. Eggs are perfectly balanced by themselves. You should also watch the sodium in the feta. Fetas using sea salts or that are low sodium chloride are better.

Also, be sure the "low fat" cheeses are actually cheese because some "low fat" cheeses can get some additives which are not good for you.

Try to find raw milk, naturally aged cheeses. The Amish still make raw milk, natural cheeses without additives.

Avera 2009-01-08 21:28:47 -0600 Report

This is surely a new way to fix quiche for me. It sounds so easy and quick. It is sure to taste wonderful!