Leftovers Go From Yuck to Delicious: Simple Crustless Quiche Recipe from The Tightwad’s Notebook

In the true spirit of frugal living, I like to get the best value out of everything…including teeny bits of leftovers! Why throw anything out when you can make a homemade soup or crustless quiche? 

Here’s another Tightwad Notebook’s dream recipe…long ago, I found a quick, amazingly simple recipe for crustless quiche. I would credit where I found it, but it’s handwritten without a reference. Enjoy it if you try it!!

Super Easy Crustless Quiche Recipe

Ingredients:

-1 cup milk (or substitute sour cream or half-and-half)

-1/4 cup water

-2-3 eggs slightly beaten (use 3 eggs for fluffiest quiche)

-1 cup flour

-1/2 cup grated cheese (not mozzarella but a “hard” cheese such as cheddar, feta, etc.)

-1/2 cup chopped, cooked leftover meat (chicken, ham, turkey, roast, even tuna)

-1/4 cup chopped, cooked vegetables (squeeze out the liquid, but I’ve also used frozen)

-seasoning to taste (salt, pepper, dash of nutmeg, garlic salt, etc.)

Directions:

-preheat oven to 425 degrees

-mix all the ingredients in one bowl

-pour into a greased 9-inch pie plate

-bake for 30-35 minutes

Serve hot and enjoy!

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