February 15, 2010

 

Crustless Hamburger Spinach Quiche

hamburger spinach quiche - slice

Crustless quiche is a quick and easy gluten-free meal.  It tastes just as delicious without the crust, and it is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner.  This recipe is similar to the other crustless quiche recipe I have posted.  We liked the addition of spinach to this one.  My kids are not spinach fans, but if it is cooked and mixed in with something, they often like it.  In fact, my spinach dip is one of their favorite appetizers.

This recipe makes two quiches.  If you don’t need that much, cut the recipe in half or freeze one of them.

Gluten-Free Hamburger Spinach Quiche


hamburger spinach quiche
Cook and drain the spinach.  Use a spatula to press it against the sides of a colander and “squeeze” out most of the water.   Brown the ground beef  and cook the onion in a skillet. Drain any fat.  In a large bowl, whisk together the  mayonnaise, milk, eggs, cornstarch, and salt and pepper. Stir in the cheese, spinach, beef and onions. Pour into two greased pie plates. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes or until the center is set.

This post is linked to Tasty Tuesday, Tempt My Tummy Tuesday, and Slightly Indulgent Tuesday.

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Comments:
Yum! I love quiche and my husband and kids are "iffy" about it. I usually make one and keep it in the fridge for my lunches. I can't wait to try this one. I do have a question, though. I'm not a fan of mayonnaise, is there something that I could use in place of that?
 
I would try plain yogurt instead of the mayo. I have one son who dislikes mayo, but didn't notice it in the quiche.
 
I am going to make this recipe to have on hand for lunches. Thanks for the great recipe. We have only been gluten free for a week now and I am so glad that I found your blog.
 
this sounds really yummy. I will be trying it soon.
 
I love making quiche and with spinach even better.
 
This has nothing to do with quiche. But, have you ever glutened yourself with vanilla ice cream? I feel yuck today and it is the only thing I ate that was out of my direct control. Don't think I've ever had that be a problem though. :(
 
Jessie ~ I've never had trouble with vanilla ice cream. Sometimes it is just a mystery. I find I don't want to try the food again, though, if I think it might have caused a problem. I know that some of those foods were probably fine, but who wants to feel yucky?
 
Exactly! I think I did figure it out though. A couple mini milky way bars from a Valentines day dish at Bible study. I even read the label but according to their website only midnight milky way is gf
 

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