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Hi! Thanks for visiting my humble blog :) My name is Alice. I'm a mother of two, a girl and a boy, married to just one man LOL! I love food, I love cooking, I love baking, and it has been growing even stronger with my ultimate love for my family - they're my best customers :) This blog is my e-recipe book, a means of sharing and learning one another. To connect, I'm just an email away: ilove.icook.ibake@gmail.com... Have a great day!

Monday, December 31, 2012

Crustless Brocolli Cheddar Quiche (Martha Stewart)

So many bakes I wish I could do using recipes from Martha Stewart, so little time in this busy month
This is my last post I can squeeze in, even though tomorrow morning I'll make my first breakfast of the year 2013 using Martha's recipe, and also her brownies recipe for my brownies craving Abby :)

Anyhow, back to the subject... This is a very tasty quiche, albeit it's crustless




Recipe can be viewed HERE, I followed exactly except that I replaced 1/3 of the cheese with gruyere cheese

I'm submitting this post to Cook like a Star, organised by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids, Baby Sumo from Eat your heart out and Riceball from Riceball Eats

WISHING U A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013 :)

20 comments:

  1. Hi Alice, Happy New year to you and wish you all the best in 2013.

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  2. Alice,
    This looks so yum!
    Happy New Year to you and yours!
    mui

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  3. Happy New Year, Alice! Your quiche looks yum, yum!

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    1. thks Phong Hong
      Happy NY to u too :)

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  4. Your quiche looks good. Happy New Year to you and your family, Alice!

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  5. Happy new year, Alice! Gruyere cheese in the quiche? Yum! Like those heart shape ramekins too.

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    1. hi Esther, thks, happy NY to u too :)
      yes i always use gruyere in my quiche, at times mixed with cheddar :)
      the ramekins is from Daiso, cheap and good :P

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  6. Crustless quiche sounds good to me.... since I always like to eat the filling more than the crust ;)

    Happy New Year to you.

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    1. haha, I agree! thks and happy NY to u!

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  7. Looks so rich... First time to ur wonderful blog. Happy to follow u

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    1. thks Vimitha :) u have a great blog too!

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  8. I love the fact that this is crust less. Means I can have more filling. Delicious.

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  9. Hi Alice,

    I agree with you that December is too hectic for everyone to participate this event. I will try to stick to Nov for 2013! Like you, I have bookmarked of MS recipes but didn't have time to cook and bake all. I reckon that MS is too good :D

    Zoe

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    1. I totally agree, Zoe!
      or perhaps Cook Like A Star should be a two month event, so we have more time to cook and bake recipes from the guest chef :)

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