No Count Crustless Quiches


  • 4 eggs
  • 50ml skimmed milk
  • 2 slices of ham
  • 3 cherry tomatoes
  • 2 mushrooms
  • salt and pepper


  1. Whisk the four eggs with 50ml skimmed milk and season.
  2. Take a 6-hole silicone mould. ย Break the ham into pieces and share between the 6 spaces.
  3. Cut the tomatoes and mushrooms into small pieces and put in the 6 spaces too.
  4. Pour over the egg mixture.
  5. Cook on 180C for 20 – 25 mins.

You can add 20g feta to this recipe which means you could have 3 of the mini quiches for 1 point.

You can also use the ingredients to make one large quiche. ย I’ve put bacon medallions, mushrooms, tomatoes and 20g feta in this one. 2 points for the whole quiche!

40 thoughts on “No Count Crustless Quiches”

  1. Hi, I made these for a picnic yesterday and everyone loved them and didn’t “miss” the pastry! Quick question, please, mine were not shiny and gorgeous looking like yours…any idea why that might be? (They were still very tasty though!)
    Thank you for all your brilliant recipes, I love it when I get an email to say that there’s a new one .

    1. Awww thank you Ann, these are perfect for a picnic aren’t they? I’m glad they were a hit with everyone. I wouldn’t worry about what they look like as mine look different every time I make them:-) Just a slight change in temperature or cooking time can make all the difference. Hope you have a fab week ahead:-) Helen xxxx

  2. Hi
    Have made the quiches this afternoon, really tasty, even my hubby liked them
    The website is very interesting, & some lovely recipes

    1. Hi Jean, thank you for your lovely comment. I’m really glad you both liked the quiches and hope you enjoy some of the other recipes you try. Helen xxxx

  3. Hi Helen. I’ve just restarted on WW and want to try no count but didn’t know where to start. Your website is brilliant thank you for taking the time to put it all together. You have just massively helped me to get going. Thank you. Xx

    1. Hi Alison, it’s great to hear that the website has helped you with No Count, and I hope you enjoy some of the recipes on here. Wishing you the best of luck as you restart your WW journey – I’ll have my fingers crossed that No Count works for you:-) Enjoy the rest of your weekend, Helen xxx

  4. Hi Helen. Great website btw ๐Ÿ˜ could you cook the large quiche in a normal quiche dish (not silicone)?

    1. Hi, sorry for the delay in replying. You could use a normal pie dish but might want to spray it with Frylight to help stop the quiche sticking. Hope you enjoy it, Helen xxxx

    1. What a great idea Alya; thanks for sharing. It’s good to hear that your family enjoyed the meal too! Helen xxx

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