Sunday, 22 March 2015

Tomato & Broccoli Tortilla Quiche

You know I always like giving myself a challenge, and one of my favourite things to do is try and recreate my favourite supermarket staples into something healthy and low on the points.    

I love Quiche and my favourite is the Tomato & Broccoli one from my local supermarket I don't know why I always loved it so much possibly because it was so different.  Crispy pastry with a layer of tomato sauce, topped with cheesy broccoli, what more could you want?After coming back from my holiday and having not gone back into diet mode I bought one, I could eat the whole thing in one, so gave myself a challenge to make one that I could eat regularly that isn't going to set me back on my goals.It was a triumph!  

The flavours were all still there and my mum even asked how I made the pastry as it was delicious and couldn't believe it when I told her it was a wrap! 

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20-30 Minutes
Serves 4

You Will Need:

1 Large Tortilla Wrap (I used Discovery Wrap Bread)
2 Medium Eggs Beaten
150ml Skimmed Milk
1/2 Head of Broccoli cooked (steamed,boiled, microwaved) Frozen broccoli is perfect for this
Sugo Di Pomodoro to cover the base of the tortilla
2 Laughing Cow Light Cheese Triangles
Salt & Pepper for Seasoning
Frylight/Calorie controlled Oil Spray

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
Spray a flan/quiche dish with oil and press the tortilla into place
Place in the oven for 3-4 minutes until it starts to harden but not coloured we donĂ¢€™t want a soggy bottom!
Add a layer of the tomato sauce so that the bottom of the quiche is covered
Mix the eggs, milk, broccoli and salt & pepper in a jug and pour on top of the tomato sauce
Cut the cheese into chunks and distribute on top of the mixture
Place in the oven and cook for 20-30 minutes keeping an eye on it, until the filling has set and the casing is crispy
Best served immediately, but eats well cold!

Weight Watchers Pro Points Value:  2PP
Filling & Healthy Value: FREE if using WW or Sainsburys be good to you wraps (in this case it would make 2 smaller quiches instead of 1)

(I do not have a quiche dish big enough so split mine into two smaller moulds just as good ) 


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