Keto Recipes - Created Date : 12.10.2019

Tomato and Prosciutto Quiche Glasses

Tomato and Prosciutto Quiche Glasses



Tomato and Prosciutto Quiche Glasses

Cup of quiche with tomatoes and Prosciutto is your favorite breakfast. They are packed with 10 grams of protein and are good for cabbage. Do your batch on Sunday and eat them all week long. {gluten-free, paleo, whole30, keto, low carb}

This post is powered by Divine Flavor, but all opinions are mine.

What are your favorite breakfast guys?

Smoothies in high form and shake between eggs in every form. I need a lot of protein in the morning to prevent me from reaching something stuck at 10:00 in the morning.

These Tumbler with Tomato and Prosciut will keep hunger pains away until lunch.

Filled with fresh grape tomatoes, diced cabbage and flaked ham. Prosciutto's salty taste goes very well with tomatoes and cabbage. Absolutely delicious breakfast!

I mixed these coriander cups with Divine Flavor Grape Tomato. They were just perfect, sweet amount coming out of your mouth. Divine Flavor is a family-owned company based in Arizona. They believe in caring for their people and the environment. All products are non-GMO and are grown on nutrient-rich soils that never mate.

I started by sautéing the ingredients in a cast iron skillet. I just want the cabbage to fade a little and the prosciutto becomes crispy. Tomatoes fry a little and gives flavor.

Then I fill the yummy stuffing into the muffin tray. I whipped the eggs, the milk, the salt and the black pepper and poured it on. They are well cooked and can be eaten immediately or stored in the refrigerator for up to three days.

READY TO EAT Sunday highlights!

These Tumbler with Tomato and Prosciut can be infinitely adapted. Here are some interesting add-on ideas…

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Can't wait to make them! I have eggs every morning and I am always looking for new ways to cook them. . I've made quiche glasses before, but the recipe looks very tasty and different from others.

Thank you for letting us know what your weight monitor's scores are!

And very convenient! Love these little cups with grape tomatoes - it's good to go for breakfast .. or what about a picnic? Divine family tomatoes sound great and I appreciate that they are not GMO and organic in today's agriculture. Thank you for sharing Karen!



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