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Greek Leek Low-Fat Quiche

Ok, quiche is French but I used non fat Greek yogurt as the quiche base rather than crème fresh or heavy cream; hence Greek Quiche. You end up with a lighter and definitely healthier version of a traditional quiche. Once you start using non fat Greek yogurt I don’t think you will ever go back. The quiche choices are endless so use your family favorites, what is in season or even sneak some veggies in without the kids knowing.

From the original site: Replace the heavy cream with non fat greek yogurt for a healthier quiche for a happier you!

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