This recipe is one that I regularly make when I have cheese or eggs that need using up. I really don't miss the crust on a quiche and it makes the recipe a really quick thing to knock up and means it keeps the quiche really low carb.
But if you really want a crust, then you could line the tin with slices of ham or bacon, thinly sliced sweet potato or make a cauliflower base (much like a cauliflower base pizza).
Crustless Quiche Lorraine
Best eaten warm from the oven, this crustless quiche lorraine makes a wonderful low carb supper. It can also be eaten cold, so it is great for packed lunches, picnics and snacks
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