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Old Sun, Sep-22-02, 08:48
misschris misschris is offline
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Plan: PPLP Intervention
Stats: 206/160/135 Female 63 inches
Progress: 65%
Location: NC
Talking Yummy Quiche Lorraine!!!!!

Oh this is luscious! I always feel like I am cheating with this one... The quiche part is always what is so good, so I don't even attempt a crust and fed this to a guest, he did not realize it was even missing a crust!!!!!

1C Whipping Cream
1C Half and Half (I have also used fat free)
1C pl 2 oz Swiss Cheese
4 Eggs beaten
9 Slices of bacon, cooked and crumbled
Salt and Pepper
Dash of nutmeg

Mix all together and put in a pie dish, bake at 400 for about 45-50 minutes or until pick comes out clean. DELISH!

You can make 6 or 8 servings... I prefer to do 6 slices and it is a VERY filling breakfast, cut in half for a tasty snack

Full pie:
1929 Calories
170g Fat
24g Carbs
79g Protein

6 Servings, each serving
321.5 Calories
28.5g Fat
4g Carbs
13g Protein

This is for the "full fat" version. I always use lower fat bacon and lite whipping cream and sometimes I do 4 oz of half and half and 4 oz of FF half and half.... I have not tried it with egg beaters and not sure I ever will.... this is sinful! I have also added chopped spinach and a little red onion.... yummy!!!
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Old Wed, Oct-02-02, 12:31
emmasmom emmasmom is offline
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Plan: Atkin's
Stats: 252/247/135
Progress: 4%
Location: Massachusetts
Default Yummy!

Hi Chris-

This sounds yummy - I will make it this weekend and report back to you with my results! Thanks so much and if you have any other recipes you could suggest, I would be forever grateful! Plus CONGRATS on your loss - that is terrific!
Take care-

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Old Mon, Sep-13-04, 11:25
random_97 random_97 is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 250/250/210 Male 6 feet 5 inches
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Location: Toronto
Default Thank you!!!

One of the reasons I joined this site was to look for quiche recipes. Needless to say I'm finding a lot more than I expected!!! YAY!

But I was looking particularly for a Quich Lorraine recipe - and thanks to you found one. Recently I purchased the Atkin's Pie Mix and will attempt with both crust and no crust. Something tells me I'm going to like the one without the crust a lot more.

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Old Fri, Oct-05-07, 12:36
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Loralie68 Loralie68 is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 247/247/130 Female 5' 7"
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Location: Upstate, NY

This recipe sounds delicious. I love quiche and was beginning to think I could not have it on Induction. I'm going to try this dish and I'll let you know how it comes out.
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Old Sun, Jan-30-11, 08:47
minerva200 minerva200 is offline
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Plan: Paleo/Primal VLC
Stats: 348/316/190 Female 72 inches
Progress: 20%
Location: Thunder Bay Ontario

Thumbs up and bump for any new people looking for home run recipes !

This is delicious, easy and dare I say, foolproof (at least for this fool)

I use a glass pie dish and cook in my counter top convection oven for 50 min.
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Old Sun, Feb-22-15, 16:37
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WyoDiva WyoDiva is offline
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Stats: 300/000/180 Female 5'10"
Progress: 250%
Location: NW Wyoming USA

This is such an amazing recipe. Quiche Lorraine was a comfort food in my childhood family. I don't miss the crust at all when I make this version!!
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