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  • The Coconut Mama

    Great recipe, Diane! I'll be making this recipe soon =)

  • Diane

    Thanks! I am reheating a piece right now for my breakfast with some bacon on the side since I didn't cook any into the quiche! Let me know what you end up doing with yours!


  • Mike

    I've been cooking something very similar for a while now. It works great every time. I usually add 1 lb. of beef. I like adding tomatoes as well and spinach or whatever else I have. Even a sweet potato is good to mix it up.

  • Diane

    @Mike- NICE! I'm definitely going to add some bacon to it next time. I have enjoyed it this week with a side of bacon and think that the bacon mixed in would be really nice.

  • Cheryl

    a couple of variations :
    -shrimp, spinach & basil
    -crab & bell pepper
    -salmon & asparagus

    could rotate these with your versions every few weeks, so breakfast becomes an easy reheat and go!

  • Diane

    @Cheryl- those sound great! I've been mixing it up myself each week lately too and loving the re-heat & eat nature of this breakfast. I just pop a piece in the toaster oven and boom, done! :)

  • Jane

    I make something similar to this & bake in a muffin pan. It makes a great grab-and-go breakfast or snack.

  • Beth

    Now that I’ve started working out before work, gone are my days of scrambling eggs and frying bacon before work. Can’t wait to make this on Sunday for fresh breakfast all week! How many days do you think it will last in the fridge? P.S. I love that I found someone who does not own a microwave – people think I’m crazy, but I love not having the option!

    • admin

      I keep this in the fridge for several days or freeze individual servings for later heating in the toaster oven.

  • Mouse

    Another variation: put a little broccoli in it and thin slices of tomato on top!

  • Mary

    I usually like to cut out the squash and add things like sauteed peppers and onions or some broccoli or asparagus, maybe some ham or bacon as well. I also like to change up the seasonings. I make this at least once or twice a month. It’s a quick mix up for breakfast and my husband loves it!

  • Pam List

    This looks so good. I can’t eat the crust anymore so I have been searching for recipes.

  • Pam List

    well, just realized you are one of the books I read when I found out Paleo would cure my PMDD. I had no idea I was on your site. small world.

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