Yoga+Music365 (day19) – Sara Watkins self-titled -Recipe Edition!

Each Tuesday I’ll share an easy, nutritious recipe so you can join me in the home-cooked self-care.

This week’s recipe takes a bit of time on the weekend, but keeps easily in the freezer for home-cooked goodness on the workdays. It is also NOT vegetarian, however I think it could easily be made without meat.

Crustless Quiché

Serves 8 to 10

24 oz cottage cheese

2 cups of diced ham (or a couple of slices of crumbled bacon)

8 oz shredded Colby

6 eggs

1/2 cup flour

10 oz frozen spinach/thawed/drained – I usually use 16 oz since that’s the size from Trader Joe’s

1 tsp seasoned salt

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Combine all ingredients – mix well.

Pour into a lightly greased 9X13 pan

Bake 1 hour.

Cool, cut, wrap and freeze.

To heat – microwave on high for 2-3 minutes.

I like to eat this with a slice of toast and a Morningstar Farms sausage pattie. A savory delicious breakfast in under 5 minutes.

Tell me: Do you have any super quick, easy, delicious food ideas that help you feel well cared for? If so, leave me a comment and I’ll try them too.

Today’s yoga brought to you by Madeleine at It’s All Yoga in Sacramento.

Today’s music is self-titled by Sara Watkins.

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7 thoughts on “Yoga+Music365 (day19) – Sara Watkins self-titled -Recipe Edition!

  1. Yeah, I loved it and am making it again tomorrow.
    I just want you to know that I’m lame– I was so preoccupied with being late yesterday for class and feeling conspicuous in front of that full room of people who were all ready to start class that I didn’t say a proper hello to you. Here’s a belated (virtual) hug. Also, good for you for taking a couple days off last week. That’s why we get paid leave– take it when you need it! The students always manage without us. (And that book sounds great.)

    • @jenna – yay for crustless quiche! i’ve got another yummy recipe for tomorrow. stay tuned…

      so not to worry about the desk-rush. it was so busy. thanks for the hug!

      thanks for the reminder about the students being ok. you’re absolutely right.

      the book(s) are awesome! she’s got quite a catalog. definitely check them out.

  2. Sounds good, easy, and healthy! Here’s an idea for us no-meat fans: saute Morningstar “bacon” until it’s flavorful and slightly crisp, then toss into this quiche. Their bacon substitute adds lots of flavor to soups, omelettes, etc.
    I’m going to try your recipe next weekend. And I’ll put the granola bars I mentioned on here soon.

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