Whole30 Mediterranean Crustless Quiche with Brined Olives, Roasted Peppers, Potatoes and Za'atar {dairy-free | Paleo | GAPS}

Whole30 Mediterranean Crustless Quiche with Brined Olives, Roasted Peppers, Potatoes and Za’atar {dairy-free | Paleo | GAPS}

Whole30 Mediterranean Crustless Quiche with Brined Olives, Roasted Peppers, (Yukon Gold) Potatoes and Za’atar is dairy-free, but oh so creamy and satisfying! It’s both Paleo and has an easy variation to be GAPS-legal too. You’ll love the spices and herbs and the beautiful outcome. (And you’ll never miss the crust.) Za’atar First things first: I want to talk about za’atar. …

My mom is Jewish. And if you don't mind a little unbiased bias, all the Jewish people who've loved me have loved to feed me- large quantities! So even though blintzes have been our traditional Christmas breakfast my entire life, my mom also made 6 pounds of homemade sausage patties, 4 pounds of lamb chops (I'm not kidding!), had sourdough bread and butter, toppings for the blintzes, a huge fruit platter AND asked me to bring a large crustless quiche. Let me count... we had 15 people. 15 people and all that food! She is always worried we will not have enough!

Crustless Quiche with Kale, Zucchini and Garlic

The main differences between a crustless quiche and a frittata are that a crustless quiche is baked in the oven, not started on the stove top, and more importantly, that a crustless quiche is loaded with cream. We must give thanks to the French who knew the pleasure, and even the healthfulness, that comes from using well-sourced fat in abundance. …