Note to Readers: Add fresh thyme to your quiches

Just want to let you know that…

After posting the recipe for the Caramelized Onions and Roasted Spinach Crustless Quiches (and that was after making it at least 25 times), I discovered that adding fresh thyme made the little quiches even more delicious! And, since thyme is an anti-cancer food in its own right, (as explained in my earlier post, Roasted Grape Tomatoes and Thyme), go ahead and add plenty of thyme when you make these quiches.

Just buy (or grow) fresh thyme, wash it, dry it, and store it in your freezer in plastic freezer bags. (I don’t think that the plastic will interact with the thyme, so it’s fine to store in plastic in this case.) Freezing the thyme in a plastic bag makes it easy to remove the leaves from the stems (as explained in the Roasted Grape Tomatoes post) and it will still taste fresh.

Enjoy and be healthy,

~Leni

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