One thing I love about quiche is that it is wonderful for any meal - brunch through dinner. You can even make mini-quiche in muffin tins as a quick on-the-go snack that's chock full of protein, calcium, and vitamins. I usually make crustless quiches to cut out unnecessary calories, but it bakes up beautifully with one.
Here's how to make it:
I'm always on the lookout for healthy snacks that have good nutritional value. Veggies and hummus used to be my go-to afternoon snack, but that started to get old after awhile. Finally, I stumbled upon a real winner: kale chips.
As crunchy and flavorful as potato chips, but high in vitamin K, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and calcium, these will have you eating an entire bunch of kale in one sitting - and leave you seriously disappointed when the bowl ends up empty.
Here's how to make them:
Hello Everyone. My name is Sean Williams--I'm a co-founder of Farmscape, and I'm going to serve as the unofficial editor of the Farmscape blog. Since our blog went live last week, I've left Jesse's entry alone at the top of the page because I thought it was a good introduction to the business and our long-term goals. Now that it's beginning to gather dust, I wanted to follow up with a more formal introduction to the Farmscape blog.