Crustless Quiche – Gluten Free

Eating Healthy

Every once in a while we have this urge for a delicious Quiche, with loads of seasonal veggies and farm fresh eggs. Thanks to our weekly Rochon Garden CSA basket, we access to such fresh ingredients.

Two weeks ago, I decided to put together a crustless Quiche, using fresh Kale as a base. Here are my tips and tricks for a full proof Quiche recipe.


  • Kale (1 small bunch)
  • 1 small zucchini
  • 1/2 cup fresh parmesan
  • 6-8 medium size eggs
  • 3-4 broccoli florets
  • 1/2 cup of grape tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup of finely chopped peppers (red, orange, green)
  • 1/2 tsp of minced garlic
  • 1/4 cup of red onions, finely chopped
  • 1/4 cup of milk
  • Meat – finely chopped ham, bacon or turkey

Seasonings: salt, pepper, chili flakes, and parsley



  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease the bottom of your pie plate. Place the Kale (remove the stems, but place whole Kale on the base of pie plate).
  2. Mix together the eggs, seasonings and milk. Set aside.
  3. In your frying pan, add a little bit of oil (your choice), sauté onions and garlic together. Once the onions start to become translucent (5 mins or so), add your meat and cook for 5-7 mins.
  4. Once the meat is ready, add your veggies and continue to cook for 5 more minutes.
  5. Add the cooked veggies and meat into your egg mixture, and carefully pour into your pie plate (already lined with Kale).
  6. Pop into your oven and cook until the eggs are no longer runny (45 mins).


Serve with fresh salad and your preferred hot sauce! YUMMY!


What’s in your basket? @rochongardens


Here I am with another Community Agricultural Share basket update. We had so many delicious goodies this weekend that I was too busy meal planning that I forgot to share.




Check out these varieties of local salsa that were included as a special treat! I of course had to dig right into the cilantro salsa because I love “me a great salsa!”IMG_2196




I was able to use the eggs from our basket to prepare a Fritatata for great friends of ours, who just welcomed their second baby recently. I didn’t follow any recipe, but made good use of the vegetables that we received too!


Check out our amazing haul!


Yellow beans and fresh onions (and a snap of corn in behind).


Delicious kale, celery and broccoli !


I put the beets to good use as well this week, as I was able to prepare a Moroccan influenced salad (recipe compliments of a friend of mine!) and Borscht (first time ever!).

I also took advantage of the beautiful zucchini and prepared some delicious muffins and mini donuts.They were definitely a hit! (and certainly not healthy).


AMAZING! How many of you get your own CSA baskets? 

The basics are always welcomed!

Although this week we missed our spring mix , carrots and tomatoes, we were able to stop by Rochon Gardens local stall at the Byword Market to stock up on the things that we were missing.