Egg White Crustless Quiche
IngredientsOf course, you can make it anyway you want, but here's what I did.
Egg white equivalent of 6 eggs
1/4 cup paramesan cheese
1 TBLS EVOO
Sweat the veggies of your choice over low heat. I actually also blotted mine with paper towels to get out extra moisture. Put them into your oven-safe heavy casserole dish.
Mix the egg whites, olive oil, and cheese by hand. Pour over veggies. Add spices that you desire.
30 minutes was about 5 minutes too long in my oven but a little crispy doesn't bother me. At least it was firm when I cut into it which was my biggest fear.
How is it different from an omelet? Well, it isn't really. But I was bored. So there ya go. I avoided any milk or cream as that is just not going to be low cal or low carb enough. But I would make this again, with different ingredients each time.
This cut into 6 pieces nicely. Don't ask me the calories for each one. My answer: not much but good source of protein.
It is going to be a long hot summer and I'm not going to want to cook much.
Friday, May 15
Life Fitness Treadmill
Standing heart rate: 72
AVERAGE heart rate: 137
Max heart rate: 154
Workout mode: RANDOM Level 18 @ 2.6 mph
Calories: 810 Distance: 2.61 Time: 65:00
Note: Let's face it, the only reason I went to the gym is because I don't have a social life. Back to feeling the way I felt before I met Mr Listener. I've been experimenting with different paces. 2.6 and 2.8 seem almost no difference in terms of calories calculated or heart rates reached. Interesting.