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Crabby Quiche

When you are feeling crabby, nothing makes a night better than a slice of quiche.

I juggle a full time job along with taking care of my dad. When I'm done with work, the last thing I want to do is spend a lot of time in the kitchen. I love making a quiche, because it's a great way to get some time back in my day. You can mix the ingredients and then let them bake. The 40 minute bake time is my wine time!

Simply Comforting

“This is primo!”

If you want to take a quiche from basic and boring, just add some crab. Imitation crab is totally fine for this dish if you are penny conscious or in a hurry.

Low Carb

I like this quiche because it's crustless. You are losing the carbs that come with the crust, but not the taste. It's low carb deliciousness at its best.

Pair With A Glass of Viognier

Make my day with Vion-yay!.”

Wine and food pairing is an art form. With this quiche, I like to pair it with a Texas Viognier. Hilmy Cellars and Hye Meadow are 2 go to Texas brands for this varietal. The buttery essence and slight sweetness of the Viognier goes well with the succulent crab and yummy eggs.

Brain food

My father has dementia and I am always looking for dishes that are brain boosters. Egg yolks contain choline, which help regulate memory. The simplicity of this dish is that you combine all of the ingredients together in a bowl and bake it off.


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