I take 30 minutes every Sunday and make a batch of mini crustless quiches for my lunches. I use mini loaf pans and make 8, but you could use muffin tins, make a few more and have 2. The basic recipe is
1c flour (self raising, or use all purpose/whole wheat and add 1t of baking powder)
Add anything you want to that. Zucchinis are super cheap here so I grate a few of them. I also finely chop an onion and some spinach, and finish with a cup of grated cheese. You can use any veggies you want, and add some meat if you like(a friend uses smoked salmon, I've tried bacon). Don't be afraid to add too much veggies! I put tonnes in this week, and they turned out fine. They take around 20-30 min to bake depending on the size.
When I make 8 they come out to less than 200cal each (no meat). They also keep in a tupperware container for 5 days, and they freeze really well.
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