Yum, yum, yum, yum. Is what I said when I ate way too much of this gluten-free crustless kale quiche that I whipped up for the first week of 2013. Which is why it only lasted two days, instead of the intended four to five lunches. Believe me, I thought I’d have plenty of will power to resist kale, yet . . . Okay, it’s the crème fraîche inside this bad boy. Which is my advice to all of you who are trying to put more kale into your 2013 diet: Just drown it in dairy. Done and done.
I found this delicious recipe after I started following Hot Dishes for Hot Bitches on Facebook. Because of course I did. I’m not sure what these hot bitches do in their spare time besides find amazing recipes, because they throw about a million of them out to you every day if you’re in that club. You should check it out, because stuff is GOOD. Sure there healthier things to do with your kale. But there are also much more fattening ways to make a gluten-free quiche. I’m calling it a draw and making another one this weekend.
You can too!
After all, everyone has one. A quiche, recipe that is. It’s like you shouldn’t be allowed to have brunch if you don’t have your own quiche recipe in your back pocket. Even my six-year-old knows how to make a broccoli quiche, although for some reason hers has tons of gluten in it. On the gluten-free front, however, my mother-in-law has a new hot quiche number.
My MIL has been experimenting in gluten-free ever since I got the sad news about cake. Which is nice, when you feel like you’re the only one who is cooking without gluten in your family, and they just don’t understand, and they’re going to feel bad when you run away. Or something.
So my mother-in-law brought over this gluten-free quiche, that instead of going straight-up crustless, had a twist: Hash brown crust! So it’s like a breakfast buffet in your mouth. That sounds awesome, right?
Like any quiche recipe, you can add what you like. I chose to ham and cheese it up, because that’s how I roll. Please feel free to go veggie with the leeks, asparagus, really, whatever floats your gluten-free boat.
Here’s how you can get your own mother-in-law quiche. Continue reading