Waiting on a Quiche

Monday, November 25, 2013

"I am not a patient woman." This is L's new favorite saying and I have to say it cannot be more accurate. This morning she happens to be waiting on my crustless quiche to cook. As I was waiting for breakfast to finish I decided it was a perfect time for L and I to finish decorating the kitchen. The only thing that was left was to set the table. This winter I am VERY into creams and winter whites. I'm sure as I reveal more of the inside of my house you'll notice this. This season I have a whole new kitchen set up (Thank you Mema for my amazing new plates!) They are so timeless and perfect and are just right for any occasion for us to use.









Breakfast Quiche:

Preheat oven to 350
6 eggs
1 cup cheese (cheddar)
1 tbs mozzarella
1 cup almond milk (or regular)
1 cup of a mixture of three other ingredients ( I used onion, bacon and spinach)
Salt + Pepper

Directions:

Whisk ingredients together and put into a greased pie dish
Bake for 45 minutes

You can use anything in a quiche, whether your family favors broccoli, asparagus, tofu, sausage, I just typically try to keep it within a cup otherwise it falls apart

In case you have not noticed, I am obsessed with eggs. Because we eat them so much it is a mission to find delicious egg recipes ;) If you have any egg recipes for breaky, lunch or dinner post them in the comments or link them to my page! 

14 comments:

Elise @ Cheers Yall said...

YUM! we love quiche at our house!! and that christmas china is absolutely gorgeous! love it so so much! xx

Linzi Scarsella said...

Oh yummers. I love eggs and quiche too! Your new dinnerwear is absolutely gorgeous, I love white dishes and white d├ęcor. Just so hard for me to have with two littles and a construction hubby.
xo

Anonymous said...

Your table looks awesome young lady. I will try the quiche. Love you, Mema

Linzi Scarsella said...

hi hun, I nominated you for the Liebster Award! If you want to participate I'd love it. The dets are on my lastest post.

Aspen Ballard said...

Thank you! Quiche and berries are my very favorite foods! I make it so much, I could eat it for every meal.

Aspen Ballard said...

My hubby did construction for a long time until he started at the fire department. I totally understand the mess ;)

Aspen Ballard said...

Thanks Mema! (and thanks for the plates!) The quiche was really yummy, I think Papa would like it too

Aspen Ballard said...

Thanks! I have a couple of these that I need to do, I can just never find the time :)

Brooke said...

Love your dishes! BTW, I'm Brooke, new reader/follower!

Aspen Ballard said...

So nice to meet you, Brooke! Be sure to to enter in the giveaway I have going on right now!.

Meghan said...

I am obsessed with your dishes! I love your garland from your giveaway. I'm a new reader and looking forward to future posts!

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Aspen Ballard said...

Thank you so much, Meghan! I have a giveaway planned next week for my most popular garland so keep on the lookout!

Ashley said...

That dish set is so chic! I love christmas decor that doesn't scream "christmas" (think green and red ;)) the recipe looks amazing as well! *new follower!!*

Aspen Ballard said...

Ah! I know! All of my decorations for the past three years where red and green and I am so excited for a change haha

 
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