Lets get real – I think I’m hilarious. A quiche pun? C’mon!
A few months ago I visited a friend I’ve known for about 15 years. Ugh. How have I been alive long enough to know someone for 15 years. Of course, I was like, in junior highschool when I met her, but this makes me feel hip-achingly old. Anyway, I visited her and her gorgeous family in their gorgeous new home. Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous. She used her amazing state of the art kitchen to make us dinner while I entertained her brilliant handsome little boys playing ‘Prisoner of War’ – aka trapping them underneath a laundry basket and sitting on it so they can’t get out.
I’ve been craving this quiche ever since that night, because seriously, one bite of it and I was ready to move into her house and live there forever. She’s beautiful and quite positively the most upbeat positive person I have in my life. So of course she’s thin and radiant and can eat a quiche made of eggs, whole milk, fatty breakfast sausage, and about a pound of cheese. Just thinking of that makes me barf. (Should I mention barf on a baking/cooking blog? Probably not. My bad.)
Anyway, I lightened this up to a tolerable level and its still amazingly delicious!!
2 whole eggs
1/2 cup liquid egg whites
1/4 cup skim milk
1/3 cup cheddar cheese
1/4 cup diced red onion
4 turkey breakfast sausage patties
1 tsp garlic powder
black pepper, to taste
1 cup broccoli, steamed and softened and cut into bite size pieces
1 refrigerated 9″ pie crust
(You can also add salt to taste, but with the pie crust, cheese, and sausage there are already hyper-tension levels of sodium in this thing. Ease up.)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Put pie crust into a 9″ pie pan or whatever you have. I used the classiest dish in my apartment – a disposable aluminum tin that I have had leftover from making some kind of dip for a party a few months ago. Beat eggs, egg whites, and skim milk in a mixing bowl. Chop turkey sausage into bite size pieces. Stir cheese, sausage, onion, garlic powder, black pepper, and broccoli into egg mixture. Pour egg mixture into pie crust. Bake in oven for 45 minutes. Remove and let cool.