Sunday, 17 July 2011

Slimming World Quiche Recipe

Having a fab time on the Slimming World eating Plan, just had lunch and eaten  several pieces of this quiche, I can honestly say, I'm never hungry and the weight keeps falling off, so while I'm on the eating plan I thought I would share a few of the easy slimming world recipes and also how I adapt some from the foods and recipe books I review. This is a favourite along with Spaghetti Carbonara, yes Slimming world friendly

This is perfect for that quiche fix but without the fat content of the pastry. Its syn free on Extra Easy
This quiche made with cottage cheese as I have done the slimming world quiche is often made using Quark. I chose cottage cheese as its my all time favourite food, whether eating healthily or not, I adore it.

There are so many variations to this dish, I made as it is and poured into a large quiche dish. It works very well as slimming world mini quiches in muffin tins, if they are silicon even better. You can line the moulds with proscuttio or thin ham, this holds makes the quiche easier to hold and ideal served cold for packed lunches and picnics.
500g tub of cottage cheese or quark
Fry Light
Several slices of bacon all fat removed chopped
1 onion finely chopped
100g mushrooms chopped.
Tomato slices to  decorate.

Fry the bacon mushrooms and onions in the Fry Light until onion softened and bacon nearly cooked.
Add the tub of cottage cheese to the eggs and whisk until well blended. I used a hand blender to make a smoother mixture.
Add the other ingredients, pour into the quiche dish.
Bake in the oven Gas Mark 6 200C (Fan 180c) for 25-30 minutes.

Serve immediately.
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I use  ham, peppers, broccoli, courgettes, salmon or try your own favourite quiche filling.
 A healthy Extra 42g Parmesan or grated low fat cheddar can be added for a cheesier flavour, counted as your daily healthy extra A food or 6 syns per 42g.


  1. Wow sounds like a lovely recipe, I love quiche!

  2. That's a great fresh mix o f ingredients for a quiche, I think it would have lots of flavour especially with bacon and muchrooms

  3. This recipe actually looks easy enough for me to try! Thanks :D

  4. Ooo this loooks delicious. Have just started teh Dukan diet but this will be perfect on my protein + veggie days. Thanks for sharing! x

  5. sounds like a lovely recipe, I love homemade quiche. Thanks for sharing xx
    ( @sjaom10 )

  6. I like the sound of this. I'm coeliac so can;t really have pastry unless I spend ages making some Gluten Free stuff, which just never tastes the same. I might try this without pastry - perfect!

  7. As someone who is just about to embark on yet another diet I will give this recipe a try - looks lovely and easy enough for a complete novice like me :-)

  8. This lookslovely, I'll give it a go. I love Philadelphia Extra Light which would probably work in the same way as the cottage cheese. I use an American product for frying, called Pam. It wors like Fry Light but doesn't leave the strange film on your pand that Fry Light sometimes does.

  9. I meant PAN not pand. Obviously.

  10. Mmmm ~ this looks mega yum !

    I KNOW if I made it exactly how it says it wouldn't look as yummy as yours though !

    Salad looks perfect with it !

    How was it !!?!!


  11. Its amazingly cheesy without any cheese in it which is strange but in a good way. Its delicious and filling. Salad I use Aromat or Perfect Shakes from Schwartz have to have a taste to my green bits.

    Jane I am off to find you to find out more about Pan.

  12. This looks fab. I'm on a diet at the moment and am getting bored of eating the same things now so I'll definitely be giving this a try.

  13. i too have made this, apart from the tomato (which i dont like) ths is lovely!!!

  14. That looks so yummy, might have to have a go at making it.

  15. thankyou for this recipe its in the oven rite now

  16. Ooh good, i hope you like it.