Recipe of the Month: Gluten-Free Veggie Quiche

Picture this: it’s another crazy weekday morning.  After snoozing your alarm three times, you roll out of bed and embark on yet another attempt to make yourself look semi-presentable , even though you are absolutely exhausted and are already thinking about the next time you can sleep.  You go through your normal routine: take the dog out, get the kids ready, check your email, and so on.  Before you know it, it’s about time to go.  Then it hits you: you didn’t eat breakfast!  But there’s no time… there’s never time.  So you just skip it all together or you opt for the grease concoction at the nearest drive-thru.

You deserve better than this!  As a hard working human being, you deserve a healthy and balanced meal to get your busy day started off on a good foot.  This is where Gluten-Free Veggie Quiche comes into play.

This recipe couldn’t be easier!

Don’t worry, I’m not trying to say that you have time to cook up a recipe on a weekday… I’m not that naive.  The beautiful thing about Gluten-Free Veggie Quiche is that it can be made in just a few minutes on the weekend with next-to-no-effort!  Don’t believe me?!  Keep reading.


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Sautee veggies of choice in a non-stick pan with a little olive oil spray until soft.  The veggies we used are pictured below.







3. Add sauteed veggies to a thawed out gluten-free pie shell (can be found at Whole Foods and other supermarkets).







4. Top with 8 whisked eggs and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.







See what I mean?!  Super easy.

Chow down

Like I said earlier, Gluten-Free Veggie Quiche can be made on the weekend and munched on throughout the week.  It makes 4 servings (feel free to make 2 or more if you have multiple mouths to feed!) and can be stored in the fridge for 5 days!

Just pop a slice of this deliciousness in the microwave for one minute and BAM!  Breakfast is served.

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