I think it’s fair to say that Quiche is one of the main stays of the Slimming World Extra Easy plan. This Syn Free Spiralized Quiche is filling, quick and keeps so well in the fridge ready to satisfy your hunger.
This Syn Free Spiralized Quiche is packed with speed food in the form of spiralized courgettes. This is the second recipe we’ve used the Kenwood Spiralizer for. We’ve used it a few times a week since it came to live with us.
For the full list of ingredients and comprehensive instructions, please see the recipe card at the end of this post. Before you scroll, there’s important stuff in the blurb 👍
We seriously love that the Kenwood Spiralizer makes spiralizing SO much easier. Less mess, safer to use, easier to clean and takes up even less space in the cupboard than the regular spiralizer we used to have.
For someone who has a kitchen gadget addiction, space in the cupboard is at a premium!
As you can see in the video, spiralizing is so straight forward, it’s even something that the children could help with! Wash the veg, cut off the ends, put your veg in, turn it on and out comes beautifully spiralized vegetables! Et voila!
It’s one of the best ways to up your speed vegetable intake, whilst bringing such bright colours to your dishes. We eat with our eyes, and the extra speed will ensure some decent losses.
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We’ve combined the spiralized courgette with eggs, tomatoes, parsley, spring onion & red peppers. This Syn Free Spiralized Quiche is perfect for an SP day! You could even add some cheese on the top. Just remember to syn it.
Check out our Syn Free Spiralized Chow Mein recipe!
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