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Easy Low Pro Points Quiche

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - ProPoints Plan Recipes' started by lisafromtassie, 4 August 2011 Social URL.

  1. lisafromtassie

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    Quiche
    Serves 4

    5pro points per serve ( total points per quiche 20 points )

    Ingredients 1 ½ Cup Skim Milk - 3 ppts
    3 Eggs - 5 ppts
    ½C Plain Flour- 7ppts
    3 Rashers WW Bacon- 1 ppt
    50gms Light & Tasty Cheese - 4 ppts
    Vegies: All 0 ppts
    Mushrooms
    Grated Zucchini
    Grated Carrot
    Diced Onion


    Instructions
    Preheat oven to 180 C.
    Combine altogether in a bowl and place in greased quiche dish.
    Cook for 40-45 minutes
    Cut into 4 pieces and Serve


    Notes
    Serve with Wedges made from 185 grams of potato per person- Add 3 pro points per serve :)
     
    Last edited: 4 August 2011
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  3. azwethinkweiz

    azwethinkweiz Gold Member

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    Hey hon, I think 3 eggs are 5pp! Well one of the girls on here told me that anyways. sounds yummy :D I LOVE quiche.

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  4. lisafromtassie

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    Oh I had no idea that 3 eggs were only 5 points. I just had a play on the WW website and thats right. Thank you so much for letting me know. I'll update the recipe straight away. Thanks again for you help.
     
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    I have adjusted this recipe and Lowered the pro points even more by using skim milk. I tested this last night and it was a BIG hit at my house .
     
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    So this is a quiche without the pastry base is it yeah? Sounds nice, love that you managed to lower pp again :) half a tesco crustless quiche is 9pp... I had some for my dinner. Nom nom :D

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    The Plain flour in it seems to hold it altogether so no pastry base needed . I love it :D
     
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    Hmm very nice. I might try that sometime then :D x

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    There is a similar one that a lady at work makes.

    she uses 3 eggs, tub of low fat cottage cheese and any ingredients fancy she normally has chicken and bacon
     
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