It all started with the Savory Crust from The Gluten-Free Almond Flour cookbook. It had to be made before I could start on the quiche.
I was skeptical. Could a press in crust taste good?
This one has scallions mixed in with the grapeseed oil and almond flour. It was an easy crust to work for and a bonus while it was baking my house smelled yummy.
Here it is, The Asparagus Onion Quiche. (p. 62) Until a few years ago I wouldn’t eat asparagus and now it is becoming my favorite vegetable. The pink stuff in the photo is really purple onion, a lot of purple onion.
You can tell I’m not a food photographer because this isn’t a good representation.
But… it tasted amazing! Ed liked it and asked me to fix it again.
It was good for breakfast too.
So far this cookbook was a splendid purchase.
2 thoughts on “Almond Flour makes the Quiche my Guy will eat!”
I hope you do try it. 🙂 It was so good! Who knew healthy could taste so good?
ooh what was the book?
Will definitely try this–because it LOOKS so good.
P.S. Had quiche Saturday at a Brunch book discussion group!!!