Mac n cheese is THE comfort food, for both kids and adults. This mac n cheese has all of the creaminess of your standard recipe, but instead of cream, you can use skim milk or any reduced fat milk you have. To add some color, throw in some frozen peas at the end. And you can also flake in some tuna, if you want to turn this into tuna mac n cheese.
Quiche has a fancy sounding name, but it’s actually quite easy to put together. There are so many different types of quiches you can make and they all follow the same three step formula: 1) Place the cheese of your choice on the bottom of the crust. 2) Put whatever veggie mix you are using on top of the cheese and 3) Pour the milk and egg mixture on top. This quiche is a broccoli cheddar quiche, which is a classic pairing. The below recipe is for one quiche, but for a family of 4 or 5 good eaters, I generally make two quiches, so I recommend doubling the recipe. The leftovers won’t last long. Serve this dinner with my summer corn soup as a starter and my lemony parmesan Kale salad on the side.