Low Syn Breakfast Quiche | Slimming World

The first thing to mention with this Low Syn Breakfast Quiche recipe is that the Syn value will vary depending on the type of sausage you use. We used Pork & Leek Sausages from Protein Food Shop, but if you want a Syn free alternative you can always use Slimming World sausages.

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

This Low Syn Breakfast Quiche isn’t just for breakfast, you can have it for lunch, dinner, to snack on through the day, or with the nice weather on the way (hopefully!) it’s a perfect low Syn picnic option.

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

You’ll notice that we’ve added a couple of tablespoons of Quark to the mix, to make the egg a bit creamier. However, if you’re one of those people that really can’t stand Quark you can leave it out.

How do I make this Low Syn Breakfast Quiche?

The first thing you’ll need to do is cook your bacon medallions and sausages. You can do this in advance and keep them in the fridge until you’re ready for them. You can find out some more details about the sausages we use below.

Next you want to create a layered effect with the ingredients.

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

First, arrange the cooked sliced sausage in the silicone mould. You don’t need to grease or spray the mould with Frylight, as the quiche should pop out quite easily once it’s cooked.

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

Next add the cooked bacon medallions, there’s no need to cut them up.

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

Add the sliced mushrooms on top of the bacon, and finally finish with a layer of sliced tomato.

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

Whisk all the remaining ingredients together, apart from the chopped parsley, then pour this into the silicone mould to cover the meat and veg. Then sprinkle .the chopped parsley over the top

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

The bacon, mushroom and tomato layers will float in the egg mixture, so when the quiche is cooked you should have a layer of tomato, then one of mushrooms, then bacon followed by the egg and finally a layer of sausage on the bottom.Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

Of course there’s nothing to stop you chopping up the bacon, and mixing it with all the other dry ingredients, then adding the egg. But I think the layered effect looks far more impressive!

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

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We use a silicone mould as there’s no need to spray with low calorie spray to prevent the Low Syn Breakfast Quiche from sticking.
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If you don’t have one, you can buy them over on Amazon.

 

What sausages should I use for this Low Syn Breakfast Quiche?

We’ve been on the hunt for a new meat supplier for a while now. As you know, we used to use Musclefood, but not anymore! We’ve found a company that not only has a better moral compass but also has some of the best quality meat we've seen in a long time.

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

Protein Food Shop is a family run business, and really care about where their meat comes from. They also produce Slimming sausages that in my opinion, are the best “diet” sausages we’ve ever had.

You can grab their sausages in a few of our hamper deals, you really should give them a try.

Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

We even have a special Sausage selection box! Their full-size sausages come in at 1 Syn each, and Chipolatas at 0.5 Syns each.

Either are PERFECT for this Low Syn Breakfast Quiche recipe.

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Low Syn Breakfast Quiche

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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Pre heat the oven to 190°C
  2. Cook the sausages and bacon medallions. You can do this in advance and keep them in the fridge until you're ready for them
  3. Arrange the sausage slices in the bottom of an 8 inch round silicone cake mould. Place the cooked bacon medallions on top, followed by the sliced mushrooms then the sliced tomatoes
  4. Crack the eggs into a large bowl or jug, add the Quark and some salt and pepper, then whisk until they mixed well and there's no lumps or Quark. Pour the eggs into the cake mould, then sprinkle the chopped parsley on top
  5. Cook at 190°C for 25 - 30 minutes, or until the quiche is set and golden in colour
  6. Serve warm or cold with a good helping of speed!

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