For a long time I had only been making earring studs in sets due to time constraints. Now I have time to post single pairs in variety of gemstones! Available in my Etsy shop.
This was delicious and easy!
It came out looking nothing like the inspiration pin I got the idea from here. It seemed to collapse because the veggies I used shrank when cooked!
It is made in a spring pan so you can hopefully remove it once cooked and have a perfectly shaped delight. That was not exactly how it went for me. I did oil the pan edges first just in case. The oven was preheated at 425F.
Any combo of veggies and cheese can be used for this.
I started with thinly sliced butternut squash on the bottom as sort of a crust.
Then added spinach. Then some cheese.
Then yellow bell pepper and portabella mushrooms. Then more cheese (one can never have too much cheese)!I also put in a layer of tomatoes and chopped cauliflower in here. The cheeses used were a combo of mozzarella, asiago and shredded Mexican cheese.
It came out collapsed even though I tightly packing the ingredients to the top as I was adding them. That was ok though. Between Jim and I, this only lasted 2 days!
It tastes a lot like a quiche, but without the eggs. Next time we will try different veggies and maybe different cheeses!
Thank you for stopping by! Stay warm if you are in one of those cold spots. This past week was rough in Massachusetts! ~Val