CSA Week 13 and Eggplant Caprese Quiche

This week’s CSA included: peaches, apples, nectarines, corn, an onion, and a cabbage. The nectarines are not quite ripe yet so I am going to let them sit until they are ready. The apples are good for baking and also eating plain so I do not know if I will make anything with them this week. I also picked up a cantaloupe when I got my CSA so I might make a fruit salad and use a little bit of everything.week13.png
Lynn at Fresh April Flours posted her recipe for Crustless Caprese Quiche at just the right time. My eggplant from last week was beginning to look a little sad and I did not have enough ripe tomatoes for the whole recipe so I substituted one of the tomatoes for chopped eggplant. Instead of shredded mozzarella, I used fresh and just layered chunks of it on top. I used the onion from this week’s CSA and the basil was fresh from my garden. I don’t like using just egg whites, so I used 5 whole eggs instead of the 4 eggs and 2 egg whites.20160817_125352
In addition to all of her healthy recipes, Lynn has a lot of dessert and baking recipes as well, so check out her site!
My neighbor came over as I was preparing the quiche and remarked how good it smelled in my house. Not only does it smell good, but it tastes delicious and is healthy, too!20160817_125518

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