Friday, February 11, 2011

Mini Crustless Tofu Quiche

Happy Friday! As most of you know, I was off work yesterday due to snow. As I was reading blogs and posting my blog on the laptop in the den yesterday, my husband called me into our office to come look at the snowman that a friend of his just made. Check out what she did...isn't he too cute. I just had to share her snowman (dog) with everyone, being as most of us are huge animal lovers.

The picture below is what I came back to after I got up out of the floor to go check out the picture of the snow dog. Maggie had been sitting by me all day and just couldn't seem to get close enough. She was in a VERY loving mood yesterday. I think she was happy that I was home. Anyway, I had been sitting on a small pillow while I used the computer that was on the coffee table. I lost my seat when I got up. I came back and Maggie had claimed my pillow. :o)

For lunch today I had an awesome salad that was inspired by FoodFued. I mixed Kale with some leafy lettuce and threw in some shaved carrots, dried cranberries and pepita seeds. I marinated the kale and leafy lettuce as FoodFued suggested. She was right on about how awesome it was. I sure wish I would've had some avocado and tomatoes to add to the salad though. They are on my grocery list for the next time though. I also had three leftover Quiche's to go with my salad....YUM!

Last night for supper I had Tuscan Risotto, Mini Crustless Tofu Quiches, fresh corn on the cob, and a crescent roll. Has anyone ever tried this Risotto? It was very good! My husband spotted it when we went to Whole Foods a couple of weeks ago. This was one of the things that he wanted to try. Yep...he liked it.Here's what my plate looked like last night. I made the Mini Crustless Tofu Quiches from Fat Free Vegan. You can find her recipe here. I was overly impressed with these Quiches. I honestly didn't know what to expect, but they were fantastic. These would be perfect for an appetizer or a great finger food to have at a party. This recipe is definitely a keeper! I think everyone would love these!

Here's a close up picture of the Quiches. These were also great warmed up!

I hope you have a great weekend!



  1. Aw, both puppy pics are adorable!
    And that broccoli is such a vibrant green, wow!

  2. i thought you found that photo on the internet!! your friend is REALLY artistic...and has cold hands im assuming:)

    you make those quiches sound really good,ill go check out that recipe, i love low fat/calorie recipes. thanks for the heads up.

    i love how your pug just took your seat,thats cute! shes no dummy!

  3. I love that snowdog! It's almost in the same pose as Maggie on your sidebar.
    Your kale salad looks great! I love the purple with the bright green of the kale. Pumpkin seed/cranberries also sound like a just about perfect combination - I just might make a salad inspired by you inspired by me!
    The quiches look great too.

  4. Haha, Maggie the pillow nabber! What a cutie. I love that snowdog too.

    Your kale salad looks amazing! And your risotto dinner with the crustless quiche is lovely. I've seen other bloggers make that crustlessrecipe from FFVK, and I always think that I need to make it too! Yours turned out great!

    Happy Weekend Michelle!

  5. The dog is great, and the tofu quiches amazing! Quiches without eggs, brava!

  6. Fresh corn on the cob in February? Whodathunkit?!

    I've never made the crustless quiches either.

    Aren't Pillsbury Crescent Rolls the bomb?

  7. The snow dog is adorable! I've been wanting to get out in the yard to make a snowman, but so far we haven't had the right type of snow.

    Maggie's so cute, stealing your pillow like that. <3

    All of the food looks amazing, but I find the salad especially enticing. Yummy!

  8. I've been wanting to try a tofu quiche - I'll check out the recipe you used. I also love every time you mention what Tony is interested in trying.