5 Reviews

Not trying to change the recipe, just lacking in ingredients. I used broccoli and garlic chive from the garden. 4 eggs instead of egg replacer and all i had was vanilla flavored milks, so i mushed cream cheese into water.
with the basic idea, and recipe to know the measurements.
This is delicious and i will be making it again.

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petite1 May 30, 2012

This is the best quiche I have ever had! It was really delicious. I used real eggs; 4 eggs worked well for the 1 cup of egg substitute. I loved the cayenne pepper in there as it gave just a tiny kick of heat. It all came together to make the perfect quiche. Thanks for the recipe!

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JuliJ March 07, 2010

So outstanding! Can't fault this in any way, except for recommending some garlic as well. Really flavorful (and quite filling) despite being low fat. The only change I made was to add low fat milk instead of skim. BF requested I put this in my favorites cookbook, and I certainly couldn't disagree. Will certainly make this again, thanks so much:) Made for ZWT 5.

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Kumquat the Cat's friend May 28, 2009

Loved the fact that this was crustless, low in fat and still flavoursome. Even though there was a relatively low quantity of cheese, the particular cheeses added sufficient flavour and went beautifully with the the shallots and artichoke hearts. I did add 2 cloves of minced garlic, used black pepper rather than cayenne (personal taste preference) and added a good sprinkling of cumin in step 4. Thank you for sharing this recipe, Brooke, which we've enjoyed both warm and cold. Great for take-to-work lunches. Made for Newest Zaar Tag.

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bluemoon downunder February 04, 2009
Artichoke and Smoked Gouda Crustless Quiche