These mini quiches are one of my favourite summery snack recipes which is ideal for a picnic, a snack or as part of the main meal. These mini crustless quiches are really easy to make and I am sure you will love them too. Whilst not like the usual quiches made with pastry they are still good!

Have you heard people talking about a Slimming World quiche with cottage cheese and wondered what that is all about? This recipe may help you make something similar.


Just Average Jen is an independent blog. It is not connected with any weight loss plan. None of the contributors have received training from them or worked for them.

It is the reader’s responsibility to check nutritional values, such as Slimming World syn values and WW points. Additionally, they must check any other allowances, as any given are approximate.

How many mini crustless quiches can I make?

I make 30 mini quiches using the following, obviously, you could make less by changing the ingredients! Alternatively, you could make one or two large ones depending on your pie dish size.

Can I make a large crustless quiche?

This recipe makes approx two 10 inch pie dish size quiches.

Can I have these crustless quiches on a diet?

If you follow Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Noom or any other weight loss plan then these mini quiches are perfect. They do not have pastry which is what makes quiche unhealthy and use lower fat options for the cheese flavour.

You can usually count the ingredients within this recipe in your allowances. It is of course important to check yourself any plan you follow and remember all nutritional information and ingredients are found in the recipe card below.

Many people talk about Slimming World quiche with cottage cheese and this is what they are talking about, a crustless quiche made perfectly for Slimming World using cottage cheese.

Why you need vegetables to lose weight

Everyone knows vegetables are good for you, don’t they? They are healthy and filling for very few calories!

The best vegetables are those with low-calorie density.

This means if you eat 100g of spinach, for example, it is just 23 calories and 100g of crisps, which would be just as filling, is around 536 calories!

Find more tips about the best vegetables for weight loss.

Snacking tips

There are so many tasty snacks you can make if you are trying to eat healthily. It means you don’t have to get bored with one thing and can vary your diet considerably. These mini crustless quiches are one of my favourites when I follow the Slimming World plan or am generally trying to eat more healthily. I am sure you will also want to eat more and more of them I am sure!

Do you enjoy snacks when really you are not hungry and instead are boredom or comfort eating? I do this a lot so this is why it is so important to find low-calorie snacks when you can.

low calorie chocolate bars mars, snickers and twix
Low-calorie chocolate bars Mars, Snickers and Twix

More recipes you may enjoy

If you are looking for more summer recipes of healthy meals then I have a great selection of summer recipes here or for recipes specifically perfect for picnics check out this picnic roundup and find more tasty picnic foods to go with these mini crustless quiches.

This is the perfect recipe to take for a Slimming World group taster session or a buffet. Check out lots more ideas here including snacks, quiches with crusts, car snacks and many more.

Which meal do you struggle with ideas for on your healthy diet? I have lists of breakfast ideas and lunch ideas if that helps you.

Breakfast quesadilla
Breakfast quesadilla

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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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mini quiches

Rosemary and Caramelised Onion Mini Crustless Quiches

  • Author: JustAverageJen
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 Minutes
  • Total Time: 40 minutes
  • Yield: 30 quiches 1x
  • Category: Snack
  • Method: Oven
  • Diet: Low Calorie


Delicious mini quiches, perfect for a meal or snack for all the family.



12 large eggs

2 x 250g tubs of fat free cottage cheese with chives or onion and chives (I use the Aldi one as its cheap!)

Bunch of rosemary (around 15g) finely chopped

700g red onions finely chopped

2 tbsp. granulated sweetener

Frylight or other low calorie cooking spray


1. Fry the onions in the cooking spray with the sweetener until starting to soften, then add the rosemary and cook until onions are soft.


2. Mix in with the beaten eggs and cottage cheese and then spoon into silicone baking cases or similar. A ladle can make this easier or even pouring the mixture from a jug! I use silicone cases as they don’t stick and therefore makes it easy!


3. Bake in preheated oven for around 30 minutes 200°c.


They are lovely hot or cold and can be kept in the fridge for a few days with no problems.

Keywords: Quiche, Quiches, Crustless quiche, Slimming World, Syn free,

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  1. I’m not a lover of cottage cheese, but you can’t taste the texture in this recipe. Delicious – and will be perfect for buffets when we can finally start celebrating life again!