Excellant! Did one of them without pie crust. It turned out great. I used fresh rinsed spinach cooked in a little oil and drained. I added 12 oz. pre-cooked breakfast sausage. Fit nicely into larger sized pie pans. I got low fat cheese by mistake and fat free cottage cheese. I couldn't tell. I served it with take-out green chili from a local restaurant on the side. This dish is good enough for company. It is firmer than most quiche are, but this makes it serve up prettier (it doesn't fall apart). I was so impressed with this recipe, I joined just to write a review! But I encourage you to use fresh spinach if you have a little time. Trim off the stems and weigh out the leaves. If you don't have a scale it's about 1 1/2 bunches of spinach. Rinse thoroughly a few times. (Put in the bowl of salad spinner, fill with water and swish around. Drain water and repeat until water is clear. Fresh spinach needs to be cleaned!) To cook, heat a little olive oil in a large pan, add spinach and cook on a low heat. Cover for a bit, then take cover off when it starts cooking. Cook until its soft and a bright green. Drain in colander, cool and chop into medium sized pieces. Enjoy this recipe and impress your friends!
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Excellant! Did one of them without pie crust. It turned out great. I used fresh rinsed...