Wednesday, 7 October 2015


If you've been following my Slimming World posts for a while you'll know that during the week at work I have quiche every day for my lunch. I find it really fills me up, it's full of goodness and it's really easy to make. I make two batches up on a Sunday afternoon which gives me 4 days in the week, I don't even have to think about it and I love that! The best thing is it's totally syn free too!

So to make this yummy quiche, you will need:

◦ Veggies (I used peppers, mushrooms, courgette, spring onion, spinach and tomatoes)
Bacon (fat removed)
◦ 3 eggs 
◦ 150g Fat Free Cottage Cheese

And here’s how:
  1. Prepare whatever Speed and Free veggies take your fancy and remove the fat from the bacon.
  2. Fry them all together in a pan with fry light and whatever herbs you want, I usually go for a bit of paprika and garlic.
  3. Whilst these are cooking, mix together 3 eggs and 150g of fat- free natural cottage cheese. You can add cheese as well, but remember to take it out of your daily allowance.
  4. Put your vege mix in an oven proof dish and pour over the cottage cheese.
  5. Place your spinach over the top and add your sliced tomatoes
  6. Cook for about 30 minutes or until golden brown. 
  7. Either serve straight away or if you’re like me, wait until they’ve cooled down and add them to a lunchbox. Half of the quiche is a day’s lunch for me so I usually make two batches. 
Et voila! An easy lunch alternative! 


  1. that looks amazing

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  2. Wow I could totally eat this now!

  3. Looks delicious!

  4. Mmm yum, I would make mine without the meat though x

    Wonky Lauren

  5. Ooh such a good idea and looks super easy too! Think I'll try making a couple on Sunday for next week's lunches :) x

  6. Love this, never thought about cottage cheese!

    Sophie x

  7. Will definitely be trying this out! Look delicious!

    Claudia xx

  8. Looks so delicious.I will try this.


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