Healthy Quiche (with no crust)

 Ingredients  6 eggs   red pepper  orange pepper  sm head of broccoli  olive oil  link of chicken sausage (I used garlic herb)  milk 2-3 tbls  cheddar cheese blend, shredded  salt and pepper  powdered garlic (sm amount)  *Optional: red pepper pesto  sm shallot                                                 Plan of Attack                                  Preheat the oven to 350 Degrees

Ingredients

6 eggs 

red pepper

orange pepper

sm head of broccoli

olive oil

link of chicken sausage (I used garlic herb)

milk 2-3 tbls

cheddar cheese blend, shredded

salt and pepper

powdered garlic (sm amount)

*Optional: red pepper pesto

sm shallot

                                               Plan of Attack

                                Preheat the oven to 350 Degrees

 Clean 0.5 of each of the peppers and take 5-6 florets of broccoli off the broccoli crown

Clean 0.5 of each of the peppers and take 5-6 florets of broccoli off the broccoli crown

 Dice the vegetables and cut the sausage into sm pieces.

Dice the vegetables and cut the sausage into sm pieces.

 Add some of the olive oil to medium skillet and then add the chicken sausage pieces. This variety of chicken sausage is precooked, but I was interested in cooking them to get them to have the traditional crunch you would have with Italian Sausage.

Add some of the olive oil to medium skillet and then add the chicken sausage pieces. This variety of chicken sausage is precooked, but I was interested in cooking them to get them to have the traditional crunch you would have with Italian Sausage.

 When sausage has acquired the savory crunchiness, add the vegetables and the remaining olive oil to the skillet. Cook on medium heat until the vegetables are cooked through. Put the mixture to the side to cool. If you're adding additional seasonings (I added red pepper pesto), add them toward the end of the cooking of the vegetables and sausage.

When sausage has acquired the savory crunchiness, add the vegetables and the remaining olive oil to the skillet. Cook on medium heat until the vegetables are cooked through. Put the mixture to the side to cool. If you're adding additional seasonings (I added red pepper pesto), add them toward the end of the cooking of the vegetables and sausage.

 Add the eggs, milk and sm amount of salt and pepper to a bowl and whisk, as you would with scrambled eggs. Coat your glass baking dish with nonstick cooking spray or indulge, and put.butter (sm amount) on a paper towel and rub the inside of the dish. I had a 9x9 square dish in my Air Bnb, but using a traditional quiche dish would be pretty.

Add the eggs, milk and sm amount of salt and pepper to a bowl and whisk, as you would with scrambled eggs. Coat your glass baking dish with nonstick cooking spray or indulge, and put.butter (sm amount) on a paper towel and rub the inside of the dish. I had a 9x9 square dish in my Air Bnb, but using a traditional quiche dish would be pretty.

 Pour the cooled vegetable and sausage mixture into your baking dish.

Pour the cooled vegetable and sausage mixture into your baking dish.

 Pour some of the egg mixture on top of the vegetables and sausage.

Pour some of the egg mixture on top of the vegetables and sausage.

 Cover the mixture with shredded cheese. I opted to use pre-shreded Mexican cheese blend I had in my fridge, but use whatever speaks to ya. In the recipe I read online it called for American cheese, so do whatever works! Then add the remaining eggs on top of the cheese, evenly distributing them over the surface. Put in the oven for 11-13 minutes (more depending on your baking dish and oven). Enjoy!  My comments: delicious! I made the mistake of covering mine when it was still hot so the leftovers were not as crispy as I would have wanted. Heading forward when I make again, because I am gonna make it again, I would put cheese on the top of the quiche and leave it in the oven for a little bit more time. I got this recipe idea from the internet but adjusted to fit my palate and what I know about baking eggs. Yummy yum yum!

Cover the mixture with shredded cheese. I opted to use pre-shreded Mexican cheese blend I had in my fridge, but use whatever speaks to ya. In the recipe I read online it called for American cheese, so do whatever works! Then add the remaining eggs on top of the cheese, evenly distributing them over the surface. Put in the oven for 11-13 minutes (more depending on your baking dish and oven). Enjoy!

My comments: delicious! I made the mistake of covering mine when it was still hot so the leftovers were not as crispy as I would have wanted. Heading forward when I make again, because I am gonna make it again, I would put cheese on the top of the quiche and leave it in the oven for a little bit more time. I got this recipe idea from the internet but adjusted to fit my palate and what I know about baking eggs. Yummy yum yum!