On June 1st, The Food Allergy Mom began a new post series called, “What’s Cookin’ In Grandma’s Kitchen” to encourage food allergy families to reclaim their kitchens. A couple of times each week I will be posting allergy-friendly, gluten-free, and nut-free versions of my grandmother’s recipes.
I have dozens of my grandmother’s old recipe cards that tell the tale of delicious dinner and dessert dishes. When my grandmother made these recipes years ago, she wasn’t cooking for anyone with food allergies like I am. (I am gluten-free and my son has nut and peanut allergies.)
Now that my own family has food allergies, I don’t want her amazing recipes to just be thrown aside. My mission this summer is to start going through her recipe cards one by one and making my own gluten and nut-free versions for my family.
At my house we often do breakfast for dinner…it’s a guilty pleasure. Sometimes breakfast for dinner means pancakes or breakfast casserole…but sometimes I want to give my crew something a little more healthy and protein packed. My solution is a breakfast quiche. I posted this recipe some months ago, but it’s a goody and wanted to make sure I included it in my summer recipe series. My whole family loves it and always asks for seconds…not always an easy thing to accomplish!
This is one of my favorite go-to recipes because it can be made healthy and easily. Try it out and be sure to let me know what your family thinks.