2-3 syns each and so simple to make! Either ham, cheese and tomato quiche, or feta and caramelised red onion quiche! This is the recipe from Sunday’s afternoon tea that got the most votes on my stories - so this first! (The rest of the recipes coming throughout the week this week)
The perfect little snack or light lunch with some salad and beans or coleslaw! I made a big batch on Sunday when I made the afternoon tea - I have some in the fridge for snacking on this week and I froze the rest for future snacking!
❤️ So the ‘pastry’ on the quiches is how I usually do my pies or pastries - using an @oldelpaso taco boat (see my Chippy highlight for a method on how to make a super low syn pie with base and lid!) - but these are the mini ones which are 2 syns each
🧡 The base mixture to fill 12 mini quiches (or 4 normal sized ones, or to make 1 large quiche - with or without crust of choice) is 100g quark, 100g skimmed milk (part hex a) and 4 eggs
💛 For these I then split the mixture into 2; for the ham cheese and tomato quiche I added 60g reduced fat cheddar (40g = 1 hex a, total of 10g per mini quiche) and some chopped ham, along with a pinch each of mustard powder, onion granules, salt and black pepper, then poured into the bases
💚 For the feta and caramelised onion quiche I added 195g reduced fat feta (3 hex a so 0.5 hex a per quiche) and 2 tbsp @asda caramelised onion chutney (3 syns), along with a pinch of oregano and black pepper
💙 I baked both lots of quiches for 15 minutes on 170, then removed from the oven and put 10g reduced fat cheddar cheese, some ham and a halved cherry tomato onto each ham and cheese quiche (total cheese on each quiche was then 20g = 0.5 hex a per quiche), and spread 2 more tbsp chutney (3 syns) onto the feta and onion quiches. Oven baked again for another 5 minutes
💜 So each ham and cheese quiche works out at 0.5 hex a and 2 syns. Each feta and onion quiche works out at 0.5 hex a and 3 syns