This breakfast quiche is a great “grab and go” healthy option for an easy cold breakfast that does not include any of your healthy extra choices. It is easy to make and lasts a few days in the fridge.

Breakfast quiche for weight loss

This breakfast quiche is great for a snack or as your breakfast. It is easy to make and leave in the fridge to snack on when you are feeling peckish.

If you follow Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Noom or any other weight loss plan you can usually count this as free or easily within your allowances, of course always check your plan for advice.

Budget shopping tips 

I try to ensure all of the recipes I make are accessible to everyone. By this, I mean that they do not use obscure hard to find ingredients.

I also believe that recipes should use as few ingredients as possible and avoid expensive ingredients. We would all much rather spend money on holidays than expensive ingredients wouldn’t we? This breakfast quiche is cheap to make and really easy.

Shopping around to see which shops have offers on your usual products can make a big difference to your weekly shopping bill. Additionally don’t forget to check out the yellow sticker reductions and freeze what you can. 

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Money box

Quark tips 

In recipes that need quark, there are a few simple things you can do to ensure it tastes good. Quark doesn’t have much flavour so ensure you flavour the dish well. 

Flavoured quark is usually synned if you follow Slimming World so instead use flavourings that are syn free or a squeeze of lemon juice perhaps. 

Quark is available in most large supermarkets now and even stocked in Aldi and Lidl. You can usually find it near soft cheeses in a tub similar to that you would buy cottage cheese in. 

Due to the low-fat content of quark, it easily splits if heated too much or has hot water or hot liquid added to it. Be careful and stir in gradually and you should be ok.

Quark pot
Pot of Quark

Other recipes you may enjoy

This breakfast quiche is a perfect easy breakfast but if you are looking for more breakfast ideas do check out my breakfast guide here.

Have you checked my other recipes with quark including mini quiches with a crust.

If you have come across this recipe looking for picnic ideas be sure to check out my healthy picnic guide.

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Carrot Cake

Weight loss and Exercise Support

I have a lot of weight loss guides and support if you want to exercise including if you have a condition like fibromyalgia.

Have a good look around and see how I can help you achieve your weight loss goals. Request my free resources to get you started too!

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Breakfast quiche

Breakfast quiche

  • Author: JustAverageJen
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 35 minutes
  • Yield: 6 Portions 1x

Description

An easy to make and quick to adapt quiche that is perfect for breakfast.


Ingredients

Scale

6 eggs

250g quark

1 tbsp mixed herbs

1 tsp salt

1 tsp ground black pepper

6 Cherry tomatoes

6 mushrooms, sliced


Instructions

Beat the eggs and quark together until thoroughly combined.

Add herbs, salt and pepper.

Line a loaf tin or use cases to make individual quiches and layer the mushrooms and tomatoes inside.

Pour over the egg/quark mixture and cook in a preheated oven 200’c for 30 minutes.


Notes

Add cooked bacon, ham, sausage etc for added flavour.

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