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Crustless Quiche slimming style

Slimming Style, Crustless Quiche

I make this crustless quiche slimming style recipe a lot and I realise I have never actually posted it.

So I thought why not? It’s very easy and very useful and I really hope you like it 

A Crustless Quiche recipe is a really useful thing, trust me, soft, flavour packed, protein packed and so tasty. It’s also super versatile 

It’s really great for lunch served with a big salad, for supper warm with beans and  my healthy chips maybe?

However what I personally find it most useful for breakfast. 

Warm if I’m home and I sometimes take a slice with me to work cold,  a delicious,  filling and tasty ‘desk’ breakfast 

I’m a savoury girl – so I really enjoy this and prefer it to a sweet breakfast such as overnight oats 


How do you make a Crustless Quiche? 

Well let me tell you it’s really very easy 

And you can make your quiche look really fancy pants in a beautiful white fluted flan dish. However more often that not I make it in a sandwich cake tin – keeping it real 

Step – by – step to your Crustless Quiche

Full recipe is at the bottom of this post, however let me show you step by step 

  1. Fry off you bacon & mushroom using fry light and maybe a touch of garlic and pop it in your flan dish or tin 

Crustless Quiche slimming style, mushrooms and bacon in the tin


2. Next add your eggs and cheese mix over the top and pop a few cherry tomatoes on top if you fancy it 



Crustless Quiche slimming style, liquid egg in a tin ready for the oven


3. Bake in the oven and voila – it really is that easy 


4. And here it is – perfect and delicious 


Crustless Quiche slimming style, slice served with spinach


Crustless Quiche slimming style – flavour variants 

I usually use bacon medallions and mushroom ( I love mushrooms) and I always add a little garlic and top with a few cherry tomato halves 

But there are so so many other ingredients you can add, such as 

  • Peppers
  • courgettes 
  • onions
  • peas 
  • sweetcorn 
  • ham
  • whatever you fancy to be honest 
  • Boiled potato pieces (Spanish omelet style I guess 
  • Broccoli 


So have a go and enjoy! 

I make a great one with Asparagus & New Potatoes – have a gander 

The Deets regarding your crustless Quiche 

I reckon this feeds 4 – decent portions 

So with reference Syns: 

  • 60g Low fat cheddar cheese – 2 Healthy Extra’s or approx 8 Syns (please check yourself too) 
  • 60ml Skimmed Milk –  1 Syn (you can use quark (free) but I don’t or part of your milk allowance )  


So it’s either FREE is you’re using your healthy A’s or just over 2 Syns per quarter if you are not using your Healthy A’s 

Please NOTE – I am not a Slimming World consultant – or affiliated at all with them. 

Please check yourself 🙂 


Can you freeze your Crustless Quiche Slimming? 

Yes yes yes you can 

Let it cool first. I tend to freeze mine in slices, so I can just grab a single portion 

Wrap in cling film tightly, or cling film and foil and pop in the freezer – make sure you use a permentant marker pen  to date and label your quiche

Quiche can be frozen for up to 3 months 


The Easy Slimming Group

I also have a Facebook Closed Group called Easy Peasy Slimming Style Recipes .

Come over and join this great honest community Facebook for Easy Peasy Slimming Recipes if you’re interested

 Just use the join button if you like real home cooked tasty easy food!!

We support encourage and laugh!!Loads of tips and tricks – I promise


Other Tasty morsels 

Why not have a loom around, I’m sure you’ll find a few recipe that take your fancy 

If you like this crustless quiche I think you might also like these Easy Little Breakfast Cups too? 


Bacon, Egg & Mushroom breakfast cups


If you have a go please drop a comment and let me know what you think 

I’d love to know 

Big Love Clare x 



Serves 4

8 inch / 20cm flan dish or sandwich tin


  • Fry Light Spray
  • 1 Clove Garlic, peeled and very finely chopped
  • 6 bacon Medallions, cut into strips
  • 200g Mushrooms, quartered
  • 6 Medium Eggs
  • 60ml Slimmed Milk
  • 60g Low fat Cheddar Cheese, grated
  • Salt & Black pepper
  • 4 Cherry tomatoes, halved

Preparation Method

  1. Preheat your oven 180C/350F/Gas4
  2. In a frying pan, using fry light, fry your bacon medallion pieces, garlic and mushrooms for approx 10 minutes until lightly golden
  3. Spray your flan dish or sandwich tin with Fry Light and tip in your cooked mushroom & bacon
  4. Next crack your eggs in to a bowl, add your milk, salt & pepper and mix with a fork or whisk
  5. Add your grated cheese to your egg mix and stir
  6. Tip your egg mix over your mushrooms and bacon into the flan dish or tin
  7. Pop your halved Cherry tomatoes on top
  8. Bake in your preheated oven for 35-40 minutes until cooked (firm to the touch) and golden in colour
  9. Serve, delicious!


Clare Hollinshead says:
I made this on Saturday for our tea. Bacon peppers red onion and garlic it was absolutely lush. Only downside was I had to share it with my hubby so there were no leftovers for lunch today. Really easy to follow your instructions more please x
    Clare x says:
    Oh bless you - there's loads under EPLS Slimming - on the menu bar xx
Lynn Smith says:
Absolutely delicious. I also added an onion. Thank you so much for the recipe. So easy to follow. Can’t wait to try with other ingredients.
Judy Tapp says:
Freeze leftovers? That's alien territory in our house. Absolutely love this and have made it soooo many times with various veggie combos, but always with bacon. It's great with salad for a work packed lunch.
    Clare x says:
    Ha ha - I know what you mean - glad you love it - I do too x
Jo Nesbitt says:
Made this today, was fab, tasty & easy. Perfect for a quick dinner after work. Love that you can use up any leftovers, already thinking what i can put in it next!
    Clare x says:
    Great to hear - thanks for your comment x
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