Kid-Friendly Ham, Tomato & Basil Quiche
Jenn lives in the Bay Area and has five kids, all eight years old and under. She’s a Paleo and Whole30 blogger over at pretenditsadonut.com and on Instagram @pretend_its_a_donut where she focuses on healthy, wholesome, and absolutely delicious food for every family member.
What's in the Bentgo
- Ham, Tomato & Basil Quiche
- Fruit Strip
- Ants on a Log
- Homegrown Berries
Leftovers are a lifesaver when it comes to making healthy lunches for my kids to take to school. A quick and easy leftover lunch I like to make is Ham, Tomato & Basil Quiche. It's filled with nutritious veggies and it tastes delicious. I actually make two quiches at the same time (one for dinner and one for lunches) so I get two meals checked off my list at once.
To go along with the quiche, I add some of my kids' favorite treats to the other compartments of their Bentgo Kids lunchboxes. Who doesn't love ants on a log? My kids have been loving pecan butter (www.purelypecans.com), so I use that. These hold well overnight so you can make them ahead of time and store them in a container in the fridge. We also really like dried cranberries on our celery.
Prepping for this quiche recipe is simple and fairly quick. So, let's dive in.
Ham, Tomato, and Basil Quiche Recipe
1 cup of cherry tomatoes, sliced in half
½ cup of deli ham
Pinch of salt and pepper
5 leaves of fresh basil, thinly sliced
Pie crust. We used a gluten-free crust, but any kind works.
Preheat oven to 375.
In a bowl, mix all ingredients together.
Pour into the pie crust and cook 35 minutes or until egg has set.
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