Just tried these... or a variation of them.
I bought all the ingredients and was all ready to go, but couldn't find my muffin pan! SO, decided to make a normal size chunky one.
I opted out on the flour...
5 eggs (beaten)
1/2 cup milk
4 rindless bacon rashers, chopped (fat free of course)
4 mushrooms, chopped
2 small zucchinis, grated
I small tomato, chopped
Just a sprinkle of cheese on top.
(I was going to add capsicum too but there was so much in it already.)
In the oven for 40 mins, and it was yummy!
It stuck a little around the edges (I did spray beforehand), but the rest was good. It was more like an oven-baked omelette than an official quiche, but it was still really nice!
I worked it out at around 12 points total. It ended up quite flat so it was easy to eat one half of it, but one quarter with side salad would be just as good.
Oh, I had an idea to go with all the mini quiche ideas above (without having to use flour)...
To save them sticking, still spray but cut mountain bread in squares to over lap the holes. It would probably need a double square per hole so it didn't split, but twist the top layer so it looks pretty.
Spoon the mixture in and bake. Will try these next time and let you know how it goes.