Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Pumpkin Butternut Quiche

I promised my friend Erik I'd share the recipe, you go, Erik!

For starters, I used a quiche recipe I've been using for years:

3/4 cup Bisquick
1 1/2 cup milk
3 eggs

You can modify the mount of milk and Bisquick you use, but this time I used these values, only I used Silk instead of cow's milk.

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. I use Pam on the pie plate to prevent sticking.

From there you can add anything to quiche--the possibilities are endless. For this one, I chopped up some butternut squash into thin slices, and added them to the pie plate with some chopped onion. For the batter, I mixed the Bisquick, Silk and eggs, then added a can of pumpkin, a dash of nutmeg, and a little bit of curry powder (this is optional, and obviously to taste).

I used an electric hand mixer to beat everything together, poured it over the squash and onions, then baked it for 45 minutes. Voila! An easy, healthy meal. And delicious.

1 comment:

Erik Ammon said...

Thanks Meg! We'll being trying it in a couple weeks (we just had quiche the other night- we try to vary things a bit). I'm an almost vegan, but I think I'll be trying this when we make it. The kids loved the sound of it!!