CRUSTLESS QUICHE CUPS Eggs have gotten a bad rap in recent years, but they are full of protein and essential vitamins and minerals. Whip them up with some veggies for this traditional breakfast favorite. Serves 6 Nonstick cooking spray 1 (10-ounce) package frozen chopped kale, or 2 cups chopped fresh 2 large eggs, plus […]Read full article
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