Not everyone loves their so-good for your greens, like spinach and kale. Most people do love the comfort food value of melted cheese. Solution? Create a quiche that incorporates both. A great option, one garnering four-star ratings plus on the 100 days of the real food blog, requires pastry flour for best performance, to create a nine-inch pan crust. Eggs cream, kale, or spinach, cheese and condiments are whisked and added, before placing into a 375-degree oven for 45 minutes of baking to a bubbly deliciousness.
- Swiss Cheese can change flavors depending on the food it is in
- Disguising food for kids can be an effective method to get them to eat healthily. To do this, use strong flavors and then have some things that are neutral.
- Eating healthy doesn’t need to be complicated for those who are cooking and making the meals
“I am all about a good way to use kale.”
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