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Keto Vegetarian Three Cheese Quiche Stuffed Peppers Recipe

Keto Vegetarian Three Cheese Quiche Stuffed Peppers Recipe

Keto Vegetarian Three Cheese Quiche Stuffed Peppers Recipe

These cheesy quiche stuffed peppers are an easy brunch or an even easier dinner. A lightly seasoned egg filling is made fluffy with the mixture of full fat ricotta, mozzarella, and the bite of shredded Parmesan. Just a few leaves of fresh spinach are needed to give a little green boost to these beautifully colored peppers! The steps are so simple that you can throw this together and have it in the oven in minutes. Simply blend the filling and pour it into the prepared peppers, cover with foil, and bake. They are great to reheat the next day too.

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2 medium bell peppers, sliced in half and seeds removed
4 large eggs
½ cup ricotta cheese
½ cup shredded mozzarella
½ cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 teaspoon garlic powder
¼ teaspoon dried parsley
¼ cup baby spinach leaves
2 tablespoons Parmesan cheese, to garnish

Nutrition Summary:
This makes a total of 4 single-servings of Vegetarian Three Cheese Quiche Stuffed Peppers. Each serving comes out to be 245.5 Calories, 16.28g Fat, 5.97g Net Carbs, and 17.84g Protein.

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  1. please note that vegetarians also don’t consume eggs. If people who are vegetarians but can consume eggs are known as eggetarions.

  2. parmesan cheese is actually not vegetarian as in the process it uses the lining of the stomach of either goats or cows. just letting you know. looks great might try it with a different cheese though.

  3. I made it and it's nice, 45 minutes is perfect timing and all come together nicely… but… a bit too eggie for my liking. I might try a subtitute.

  4. R u kidding me??? U mentioned a vegetarian diet but u r adding eggs in it!!!! Wanted to abuse u but its not in ma menners anyways thanx to waste ma time n u deserve a dislike 👎

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