This week, I straight up was not feeling the “Sunday meal prep.” Instead of making a bunch of sides for mix and match meals through the week as I usually do, I opted for making one big “main dish” and decided I could wing the rest. In the spirit of laziness, I also wanted this dish to be something rather simple, yet not lacking in taste. With perfect timing, I saw this recipe pop up on my Instagram feed. I knew immediately I was going to chop and screw that recipe and make my very own quiche! And that I did; and it was beautiful and delicious. Just look!

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Just beautiful

This quiche for those of you who are interested in knowing, is also eggless, cheesless, and crustless! Mass appeal quiche.

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You’d never know there wasn’t egg in there! 

Now, for almost certainly the only reason you are here, the recipe!

What I used:

  • Two small sweet potatoes, peeled and chopped VERY thin.
  • 1 bunch of kale (I didn’t chop this quite thin enough but would highly recommend shredding the stuff for an easier time enjoying!)
  • About a cup of shredded cabbage.
  • Two cups of quinoa flour
  • One half cup of nutritional yeast
  • One tsp baking powder
  • Half a tsp of tumeric
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Two cups of milk of choice (I used plain almond milk)
  • I added in one scoop of collagen peptides. This, however, is optional and should be omitted for a vegan recipe.

What I did:

Preheat oven to 350.

I sauteed my veggies in a bit of avocado oil until my kale shriveled up just how I like it. I also threw in a bit of cayenne pepper in this process. I mixed the flour, nutritional yeast, baking powder, turmeric, collagen, salt, and pepper together until combined. Then I added the milk and mixed until a dough formed. Last, I folded the cooked veggies into the batter and poured in my brownie pan (I used  the Copper Chef brownie pan.) You could do this any old way- a muffin tin or a regular brownie tin and cut afterward! It all tastes the same regardless 😛 Bake for about 30 minutes (but as always, keep an eye on them.) Let stand for a good 10 afterward.

Theses babies are gonna taste great fresh out of the oven. But honestly, I’ve been enjoying them cold all day as well! I have an affinity for cold left overs so I’m down for anything that taste good without being reheated.

As always, I’d love to hear and see if you try this recipe out!

xoxo

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