vegan quiche with vegan cheese

vegan quiche with vegan cheese
    Tofu Quiche 

    1 block of tofu (434 grams) contains 36 grams of protein. 

    Tofu Quiche


    • 10 oz. frozen baby spinach  
    • ½ cup chopped broccoli  
    • 1 block firm tofu  
    • ¼ cup soy milk  
    • 1 tbsp. soy sauce  
    • 2 tbsp. nutritional yeast  
    • 1 tsp. mustard  
    • 1 tsp. parsley 
    •  ½ tsp. garlic powder  
    • ½ tsp. rosemary  
    • ½ Tsp. pepper  
    • Salt to taste  
    • Prepared vegan crust (recipe follows)  

    1. Steam broccoli and spinach. Then let them cool for a few minutes and remove moisture by pressing them on a towel.  
    2. Preheat oven to 350 °F.  
    3. In a food processor, blend tofu with all the other ingredients, except broccoli and spinach. Blend until soft then add the vegetables and crumble with hand.  
    4. Spread in the pie crust.  
    5. Bake for 30 minutes and cool for at least 5 minutes before serving.  
    Easy Whole Wheat Vegan Quiche/pie crust 


    • ¾ cup whole wheat flour  
    • ¾ cup all-purpose flour  
    • Vegan margarine  
    • ½ cup ice cold water  
    • Salt to taste  

    1. Mix ¾ cups each of whole wheat flour and all-purpose flour and add a pinch of salt.  
    2. Add in pieces of cold vegan margarine and crumble the mixture with hands.  
    3. Add a few tablespoons of ice cold water a little bit at a time to roll the dough.  
    4. Roll out the pie crust and press it in the pan. It is now ready for the filling.  
    Power Oatmeal 
    Power Oatmeal

    This recipe for oatmeal is full of protein and it contains strawberry flavored protein powder. It will give you nearly 11.6 grams of protein per serving. 


    • 1 small scoop of strawberry flavored protein powder  
    • 1 tsp. cinnamon  
    • ½ cup warm water. Adjust the amount of water based on the consistency you desire.  
    • Dash of vanilla or sweetener  
    • ¾ cup old fashioned oats (will yield about 1 ½ cup when cooked)  

    1. Mix the oats with ¾ cup of water or almond milk  
    2. Steep for a minute.  
    3. In a shaker, mix the cinnamon and the protein powder with warm water.  
    4. Mix the combination with the oats and add a bit more water if needed. Steep for a few more minutes. Enjoy warm.
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