Saturday, July 5, 2014

Bisquick Easy Quiche a/k/a Bisquick Impossible Quiche

I can't cook.  I can prepare.  This is one of my new go-to favorites.
Seriously, breakfast, lunch, dinner, leftovers.  It is great.
It is the Bisquick Impossible Quiche.

Makes its own crust.  It is amazing.
Put anything in it you want.  Recipe below.

I do have to preface this with I made it a few times, and didn't follow the directions, you must,
put the veggies, etc. on the bottom and follow the directions, then it makes its own crust.




Bisquick Impossible Quiche
1 Cup Bisquick
2 Cups Milk (I use Almond Milk)
Salt/Pepper to taste - I use a Pinch.
I also use a Pinch of Mrs. Dash.
4 Large Eggs.
1 Cup of Swiss Cheese - or any kind of Cheese (I use mixed Colby Jack).
Now for your personal touch.
1/2 Cup Broccoli or any veggie. (I used small chopped fresh broccoli).
Spinach is great too.  If you use spinach, (frozen spinach) heat in microwave and then
be sure and drain - get water out.
Bacon - Ham - Turkey - Chicken (if you want).
The one above is broccoli only.
A little cooked onion is great too.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Grease an 8" or  9" square Pyrex. (Size of Pyrex will also increase/decrease cooking time).
Sprinkle the broccoli (any veggie)  any protein (if you want) and cheese
over the bottom of the Pyrex.
Beat eggs in a bowl (I use a whisk).
Beat in the milk.
Add Bisquick and beat until smooth.  (Get most of the lumps out - I never get all of them out).
Now the magic.
Pour over the ingredients in the Pyrex.

Bake for 35 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
I tend to over bake, as I don't like runny eggs.
Let sit - cool in pan for 15 minutes.

Cut and enjoy.

Best part, it is amazing, heated in the microwave for breakfast/lunch/dinner, any other
day of the week.

This will become a staple in your home.

Great with salsa on the side.  Add a salad, or additional veggies for a lunch or dinner meal.
Just simple sliced tomatoes, and mozzarella.
Pack this baby up and take to work for a reheated lunch.

Don't worry about cooking, try preparing.


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