Keto Classic Quiche Lorraine

KETO CLASSIC QUICHE LORRAINE

Keto Classic Quiche Lorraine. 4g net carbs per serving.

Classics are always the best. Don’t you think? This version of traditional Quiche Lorraine is clean keto perfection. Wholesome ingredients, a NUT-FREE, melt-in-the-mouth pastry crust and a tasty filling. You will be pleasantly surprised with this effortless recipe.


Simple but delicious. Either hot or cold. For dinner or for lunch. It can be a savoury snack, a starter, or a side dish. You can freeze the leftovers, or use them in packed-lunch boxes, for a delicious and healthy alternative that the whole family can enjoy. You could bake it in a square/rectangular tray and then cut it into bite-size portions to serve as canapés to friends or family. Seriously infinite possibilities. And soooo good!

How to Make Keto Classic Quiche Lorraine

The filling is a mixture of eggs, cream, crème fraîche, cooked pancetta (or bacon) cubes, and cheese. You simply fill the crust with the mixture and then bake until golden and softly set.

Keto Classic Quiche Lorraine

The cheese you use will affect the overall flavour, and I highly recommend Swiss Gruyère. The best chefs wouldn’t even consider making Quiche Lorraine without Gruyère. It is a powerful cheese, with a sweet-ish, nutty flavour that doesn’t overwhelm. Quite expensive, but you don’t need much to make an impact. If needs must, you can swap it for mature cheddar cheese.

For the crust, you need my Perfect Keto Nut-Free Pie Crust recipe. Make it ahead, and you’ll complete the dish in minutes. Just pour the filling into the crust and bake it.

Keto Classic Quiche Lorraine

I hope you’ll enjoy my Keto Classic Quiche Lorraine as much as I do!

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KETO CLASSIC QUICHE LORRAINE
 
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Nutrition
  • Yield: 6 servings
  • Serving: ⅙th slice
  • Calories: 571
  • Fat: 49g
  • Net Carbs: 4g
  • Protein: 22g
Recipe type: Main Courses
Cuisine: Ketogenic. Low Carb. LCHF. Nut Free. Grain Free. Gluten Free.
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This very low carb version of traditional Quiche Lorraine won't disappoint you. Seriously delicious.
Ingredients
  • 1 quantity of QK Nut-Free Pie Crust - pre baked and cooled
  • 200g pancetta cubes
  • 50g Gruyère cheese (cut into small cubes)
  • 2 large eggs (105-110g without shell)
  • 120g crème fraîche
  • 120g double cream1/8 tsp ground white pepper
  • ¼ tsp grated nutmeg
Instructions
  1. heat a small frying pan, tip in the pancetta cubes and cook for 8-10 minutes, until caramelised but not crispy; remove from pan and drain on kitchen paper.
  2. pre-heat oven to 180°C static.
  3. in a large mixing bowl, combine crème fraîche, double cream, eggs and seasoning (don’t over-whisk or you’ll end up with a soufflé).
  4. scatter Gruyère and pancetta cubes over the pastry base inside its baking tin and pour in the filling.
  5. place the tin over a sheet of foil and transfer it to the oven rack.
  6. bake for 25-30 minutes, until golden and softly set.
  7. rest the quiche for 10 minutes, then remove it from the tin and serve (can also be enjoyed cold).
Notes
Pancetta cubes are generally quite salty, hence why I don't add salt to the filling mixture.

If you’re worried about the crust edge burning, wrap foil around it before you add the filling.

The only way to ensure accurate measurement of ingredients is with Metric Kitchen Scales. Click HERE for U.K., or HERE for U.S. alternative.

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2 Comments

  1. Marsha A Hansen

    Would you be able to add US terms to your recipes? It would be a lot easier for me. I have a scale, but cup measurements work great! I understand if that’s a problem, just asking!

    • Hi Marsha. I’m truly sorry to have to disappoint you, but unfortunately translating metric to cups and oz is impossible. It works the other way round, hence why some blogs have converters, but not if you start off with metrics, which is the norm in the UK and Europe.
      Please, please, please use your scales. Precision is key to baking success when using low-carb/gluten free alternative flours, and it cannot be achieved using volume or Imperial measures. Best wishes from the UK.

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