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Broccoli-Cheese Pie

Winter 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

Your rating: None Average: 3.3 (93 votes)

If you want to give this a fancy name, call it a crustless quiche. For a vegetarian version, simply omit the Canadian bacon.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was fantastic. I agree with the first reviewer that it's a good base. I didn't have Canadian bacon or mozzarella, so I used deli ham and gouda, which turned out great. "
Broccoli-Cheese Pie

13 Reviews for Broccoli-Cheese Pie

03/06/2012
Good Meal

I liked this. I used ham, cheese and broccoli (frozen) and omitted the breadcrumbs. It tasted great and was filling. Much easier than traditional quiche with crust!

easy, quick prep, uses veggies
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09/14/2011
Loved it.... It's a keeper...

Loved this recipe... took one readers advice and used ham cubes and Gouda cheese. I used broccoli and cauliflower and did not use any bread crumbs in bottom of the pie dish. This will be a keeper.. even left overs the next day for lunch were delish!

Very light and healthy!
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02/16/2011
Nice Idea

I made this recipe into 12 large muffins rather than a pie. It makes for one generous "muffin" size...2 would be a total serving. I followed directions except used turkey bacon and cheddar cheese and I think they turned out tasty. My husband liked them...which speaks a lot. My kids are always skeptical of anything with veggies, but ate them for dinner without much complaint. No wows though.

Easy, most items already have in fridge
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08/30/2010

This was fantastic. I agree with the first reviewer that it's a good base. I didn't have Canadian bacon or mozzarella, so I used deli ham and gouda, which turned out great.

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05/30/2010
Anonymous

Thisis okay, not that tasty. I used left over baked chicken in place of the bacon. I would make it again with different veggies, and I liked the breadcrumb crust in lieu of a pie crust. Needs some flavor changes, but as another reviewer said it is a good basic beginning and healthy too.

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