Don’t ask me why, but when I moved into my first apartment, I strongly associated quiche with my newfound independence. I had never made quiche before, but I suppose it looked like a fancy, impressive dish to prepare for my fancy, impressive friends on a Sunday brunch. Unsurprisingly, I’ve yet to host a brunch party at my new place. But on a recent lazy Sunday, I decided to take a stab at it. To my delight, I discovered that quiche is about the easiest thing in the world to make. Plus, it keeps in the fridge for up to 1 week, making it a perfect dish to keep on-hand and heat up for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Broccoli, Carrot, and Cheddar Quiche
Many of my recipes are inspired by two questions: (1) I don’t feel like shopping – what’s in the pantry and (2) I want to eat now – what can I cook quickly? This recipe is extremely versatile, lending itself well to whatever you have on hand, and if you follow my time-saving tips, you’ll have a delicious, hearty side dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner in no time.
Cheesy Skillet Potatoes With Poblano Peppers and Butternut Squash
Before you say, “um, ew, gross,” trust me on this one. I am a bit of a leftover snob, so for me to endorse this recipe, courtesy of my amazing boyfriend, Justin, says a lot! A frequent problem I have is making too many pancakes on a Saturday morning. I feel guilty eating more than my share but equally guilty throwing out perfectly tasty pancakes! So here is my solution if you have the same problem as me…