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Caprese Quiche

Caprese Quiche created by Caroline Cooks

I love a good Caprese Salad and love even more a good quiche..........sooooo, I combined the two and came up with this fabulous treat! Can be made crustless for those of you watching your figures or simply pour into a frozen or homemade pie crust for a more traditional flavor.

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  • Heat oven to 400 degrees F. Spray 9 inch pie plate with cooking spray (if making a crustless quiche).
  • Beat eggs and half-and-half until well blended. Fold in remaining ingredients and pour into pan or pie crust (if you choose to use one).
  • Bake 35 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean. Let stand 10 minutes before serving.
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"I love a good Caprese Salad and love even more a good quiche..........sooooo, I combined the two and came up with this fabulous treat! Can be made crustless for those of you watching your figures or simply pour into a frozen or homemade pie crust for a more traditional flavor."
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  1. Caroline Cooks
    Caprese Quiche Created by Caroline Cooks
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  2. Caroline Cooks
    Caprese Quiche Created by Caroline Cooks
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  3. Caroline Cooks
    This a a good basic quiche. Tasty with summer tomato to brighten the flavors. I did add a brown rice crust in place of the pie crust, since I was serving as a Sunday supper.
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  4. danadmclean
    I love a good Caprese Salad and love even more a good quiche..........sooooo, I combined the two and came up with this fabulous treat! Can be made crustless for those of you watching your figures or simply pour into a frozen or homemade pie crust for a more traditional flavor.
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