A healthy dairy free quiche with tuna and vegetables you will love! This is going to change the way you think about the traditional quiche recipe and your whole family will love it!
Sometimes we like to limit the dairy in our dishes for various health reasons and when we’re doing this one of my go to recipes is this healthy diary free quiche with tuna and vegetables. IT’S SO TASTY!
For more great healthy recipes try our kid’s dairy free banana, coconut and cashew bites, they’re great for adults too!
This healthy dairy free quiche is a great wholesome dish for the whole family and especially great for fussy little eaters. Why? Because it is a whole nutritional meal in one, jam-packed full of everything healthy that kids like to avoid and that we would like them to eat.
This healthy diary free quiche is a great choice for everyone as it includes all food groups with the exception of dairy of course and makes a great wholesome snack too.
Quiches are delicious, so so yum but they’ve got some naughtiness to them that makes you feel somewhat guilty of you have them too often. No such guilty feeling with this one! Don’t get me wrong, this is calorie packed, but with the right calories.
I prefer this quiche served warm but it is still delicious cold and makes for a great snack or meal. It is a great finger food for little ones as it is easy to eat and doesn’t make that much mess (well less than a lot of other foods.)
We do quite a few variations of this dish with other vegetables, if you want to do this make sure you thinly slice your vegetables so that they cook through, nothing worse than a hard crunch. Keep in mind also that some vegetables will give you a moister or drier end result, if you’re worried about dryness you can add more olive oil to combat that.
This recipe is a large one, I used a 14 x 10 inch baking dish, be sure to adjust the recipe if you’re using a smaller dish.
Do you know Maggi original seasoning? If you’re not familiar with it, it is amazing, we absolutely adore it and you can read more about it here. There have been quite a few times in my life where I couldn’t buy it where I was living, I tried going without it but I didn’t last too long and had to get it sent into me. Nothing else even comes close to the flavour of it! Depending where you live Maggi original seasoning can be called a variety of names. One thing is always the same though, the brown bottle. I’m using the Polish variety which is a little bit milder than say the Australian version, (which is why I add three tablespoons and because we love it so much) keep this in mind when adding it as it is strong and a small amount gives results.
All you’ll need for this is a:
- large bowl
- mixing spoon
- baking paper
- baking dish
- chopping board