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Spinach and ricotta quiche

This is a straightforward and delicious Quiche without crust, using Spinach and Ricotta. The ingredients are low-carb, and the dish becomes much lower in carbs if you eliminate the crust. Ultimately, we don’t need an oven or skillet in this recipe. Although it’s typically a breakfast food, we made the quiche pictured for dinner. We also had leftovers to eat the next day. What’s better than low-carb, delicious easy, delicious, and simple for the following day?

Is it a quiche? Or is it frittata? Perhaps it’s an omelet or a leisurely breakfast bake?

Frittata means “fried” in Italian. Frittatas are typically cooked over the stove in a pan and then cooked with the help of an oven. Similar to the Spanish tortilla. The fillings of a frittata are cooked with eggs and cooked, rather than being placed in the center of an egg that has been cooked partially. Mixture. It is also known as an egg omelet. Omelets are cooked by boiling on the stove and can serve one person. Frittatas can help several people. Frittatas also have no crust.

Quiches usually have the crust. There isn’t any folding of ingredients. They are incorporated into eggs, similar to frittatas, and typically comprise at least one type of cheese. A quiche is baked but without cooking on the stove before baking. Therefore, the main differences between a frittata and a quiche are that the quiche is baked and is covered with the crust. Are you confused?

Numerous bloggers post low-carb recipes online on the Internet that publish quiche recipes. There are many excellent almond flour and coconut flour crust recipes. However, they are not as easy as our delicious quiche. The most important thing is that no matter how difficult they attempt to make it, it’s not so low in carbs! We prepare a simple, no-stove “crustless quiche” with cooked Spinach, ricotta cheese, mushrooms, and Ham.


Quiche is an excellent method to use leftover vegetables and cheeses, meats, and other ingredients. While the nutritional content will vary, the recipe can be altered to accommodate different types of vegetables like asparagus, peppers, green beans, and tomatoes. For meats, you might prefer bacon or roast beef shredded to add different flavors. The trick is to remove the crust. It’s unnecessary for the quiche to rise the shape, and form and be cut straight out of the dish.

Cheddar cheese is an excellent cheese to use in every egg-bake dish. It adds flavor and firmness. We also enjoy ricotta cheese when we bake breakfast and make quiche. It provides a smooth texture and a delicious taste that melts every bite into your mouth. Ricotta is the mostRicottaant element in this dish. But make sure you use the best ricotta!

PreparatioRicottaWe utilized the pie baking dish that was a standard 9-inch diameter. It was, however, less than 1 1/2 inches in depth (rather than the standard 2 inches). This is why we filled our baking pans to the top. The pan will not overflow. It could also shrink when it cools. We had a surplus of egg mix, so we filled two ramekins with it and baked them simultaneously. You can also use a muffin tin that has been buttered to make individual quiche portions. The ramekin can be frozen as individual quiche, and they’ll stay suitable for freezing.

There is no requirement to cook in a pan to cook this dish – it is as easy. We made use of raw mushrooms, and they were cooked perfectly. In this way, we didn’t get any additional moisture. This lets the quiche properly set and cut without the crust! It is possible to adjust the salt amount you use based on the salt present in the Ham you have cooked. We also cooked our Spinach in a microwave to keep the recipe accessible and to reduce the effort of wilting it in a skillet. Again – less moisture!

Crustless Quiche made with Spinach, Ricotta, and Ham!

It doesn’t matter if you call it a crustless quiche or frittata; it’s delicious! It’s the perfect low-carb breakfast with just 5 grams of carbohydrates per piece. There is no skillet, mixer, and no need to bake the crust ahead of time, and certainly a delicious low Carb!

Crustless Quiche featuring Spinach and Ricotta has a rich Ricotta of ricotta that is filRicottah Spinach and a topping. It is a delicious breakfast quiche that is low in carbs and he without crust and is loaded with cheese, ham, and just 5g of carbs!

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6 Eggs of a Large Size.

5 ounces of Spinach fresh, chopped.

1 1/2 cups Heavy cream.

1 1/2 cups Ricotta cheese wholRicottaricotta.

1 1/2 cups Cheddar cheese grated.

1 1/2 cups Mushrooms in raw form, chopped.

1 1/2 cups Ham cooked and finely chopped.

Three teaspoons Dry chopped onions.

One teaspoon of Sea salt.

One teaspoon one teaspoon.


Set oven temperature to 375 degrees. Butter the sides and bottom of the tart pan or pie plate.

In 3 parts for a minute in the microwave. Pat with paper towels to get rid of the excess moisture. Chop.

Mix the eggs with a spoon in an enormous mixing bowl. Then mix in all the ingredients. Mix thoroughly to combine.

Place the tart or pie in the prepared pan. You can fill it to the top. Any extra egg mixture could be baked in individual ramekins or muffin pans.

Place the pans on a cookie tray and Bake for about 50 to 60 minutes or until the tops are lightly browned, and the mix has cooled. Take them off and let them rest for 10 mins before serving.