LOW CARB, LOW FAT, QUICHE LORRAINE
We love sharing ideas for high protein, low fat cheese recipes, and this is no exception. Today we’ve taken everyone’s favourite quiche recipe, the good old Quiche Lorraine, and shown how easily you can make a BIG difference to the nutritionals, with just a few tweaks to the ingredients. Our Low carb, Low Fat Quiche Lorraine recipe offers up 43% fewer calories, 73% less fat, 69% fewer carbs & a 100% increase in protein in comparison with Tesco’s Quiche Lorraine!
The good news is that it’s super simple to get started too, our Eatlean Tasty Quiche Kit offers up the perfect base kit to create macro friendly quiche recipes with no compromise on taste. Just add a few fresh ingredients and you are good to go!
Now how do we make such a difference to the nutritionals with a few simple swaps?
Lo Dough – A low carb, fat free alternative to fresh pastry, our Lo-Dough bases offer up the perfect switch up option!
Eatlean Tasty – With 60% less fat, 35% fewer calories & 30% more protein than a full fat cheddar, and zero compromise on taste it’s a no brainer!
Eatlean Spreadable – With 40% fewer calories & 65% less fat than standard spreadable cheese, it adds a creamy, guilt-free indulgence to your quiche recipes.
Two Chicks Egg Whites – With 0% fat and cholesterol content, 70% fewer calories and higher protein, lower carb content than whole eggs it’s a fridge essential…and we promise you won’t miss the yolk!
X1 Eatlean Quiche Kit (From this you will need: X1 Lo Dough, 200g Two Chicks Egg Whites, 50g Eatlean Tasty, 150g Eatlean Spreadable)
3x Bacon Medallions
10x Cherry Tomatoes
Take a small pie dish or baking tray and spray lightly with FryLight
Place your LoDough base over the tray, and gently press in so that it forms the shape of the tray
Scatter the base with chopped tomatoes and cooked bacon medallions
Add the egg whites to a large bowl, and spoon in your Eatlean Spreadable
Whisk up well until both have combined, don’t worry about any lumps at this point
Sprinkle your grated #proteincheese over the quiche, and then pour in the egg mixture
Top with chopped parsley and pepper
Pop into the oven at 170 and cook for 35-45 minutes or until the quiche has cooked through
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