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Broccoli Swamp

Broccoli Swamp is a tasty way to eat your greens. This broccoli dish is a cheesy, buttery, quiche-like dish. Low carb, savory, and delicious down to the last crumbs in the pan. If you are a fan of broccoli, you will do backflips for this Broccoli Swamp recipe. 

Bridget is obsessed with broccoli. I knew when I saw the recipe for Broccoli Swamp in the Clare Crespo Cookbook titled A Very Veggie World that it was one I had to make. At first I thought it would be like a dip, but in reality, it’s more like a quiche. It was low carb also, so that fits perfectly with my diet. Bridget even gobbled it up!

Broccoli Swamp - Don't let the name fool you - this versatile veggie-packed egg dish is delicious! Using fresh or frozen broccoli, along with eggs, Swiss cheese and a subtle garlic flavour, the whole family will love this dish!


Easy Broccoli Swamp

I think what makes this recipe draw in little kids is the name quite honestly! I mean when I think of swamps, I go straight to the Swamp People show on the History Channel! Alligator hunting and all things swampy. Little kids will love trying something with the name of swamp in it, and adults will enjoy it cause it is a tasty broccoli filled dish. 

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What Is Broccoli Swamp Exactly 

You will find a lot of quiche recipes have a pie crust. This recipe doesn’t use a pie crust, but the filling is similar to what you would find in a quiche. In a way, this is a crustless quiche. Eggs, chopped broccoli, and cheese baked to perfection. You can also have a layer of cooked broccoli florets around the edge to mimic the swamp. 

Broccoli Swamp - Don't let the name fool you - this versatile veggie-packed egg dish is delicious! Using fresh or frozen broccoli, along with eggs, Swiss cheese and a subtle garlic flavour, the whole family will love this dish!

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    This dish is baked in a pie pan, so once you pull it out of the oven, slice like a pie and serve! 

    When to Serve Broccoli Swamp

    Breakfast, brunch, lunch or even dinner! I have to say I don’t think there is genuinely a wrong time to serve up this broccoli bake. I have made this a handful of time, and each time it is a success. Serve for your family or make for a crowd; either way, you will be glad you gave this recipe a try. 

    Broccoli Swamp - Don't let the name fool you - this versatile veggie-packed egg dish is delicious! Using fresh or frozen broccoli, along with eggs, Swiss cheese and a subtle garlic flavour, the whole family will love this dish!

    How to Store Broccoli Swamp Leftovers 

    If you have leftovers, just store in the fridge. Wrap tightly in aluminum foil or cover with a lid. Place in the fridge and store for up to three days. Anything after that you will want to toss out the leftovers at that point. 

    Best Way to Reheat Your Swamp 

    Turn the oven on to 325 degrees, and wrap your swap up in aluminum foil. Warm in the pan until it is warmed through, for a fresh taste. Or if you want the faster route, go for the microwave. Heat in microwave for thirty-second intervals until it is warmed through. 

    Can I Use Frozen Broccoli for this Recipe 

    I would assume you could thaw out frozen broccoli for this recipe and it would be fine. I used fresh when I made it, but I don’t see why frozen wouldn’t work. I would just thaw your broccoli in cold water and then skip the heating on the stove since it will be softened since it was previously frozen. 

    Broccoli Swamp - Don't let the name fool you - this versatile veggie-packed egg dish is delicious! Using fresh or frozen broccoli, along with eggs, Swiss cheese and a subtle garlic flavour, the whole family will love this dish!

    Ingredients to Add to Broccoli Swamp

    While we loved this recipe all by itself, you could also add in some fresh spinach or even bacon for a salty and savory aspect. You could also toss in some diced mushrooms or even carrots. 

    How to Make Broccoli Swamp

    Take your pie pan and spray with cooking spray. Then in a pan, you want to melt your butter and then add in your broccoli and cook for two minutes. Then pour you water into the pan and garlic and cook for around five minutes. This will help to brighten and flavor your broccoli. 

    Remove from the heat and drain your broccoli. Dice up the broccoli finely.

    Grab a bowl and then mix eggs, half, and half, cheese, and broccoli. Once combined pour in your seasonings and pour into your pan and bake until it is cooked through. 

    Let stand for five minutes and slice and serve! 

    If you are a fan of broccoli, you have to give this recipe a try. We have loved making it, especially my daughter. And what is so lovely is this recipe takes such a short time to assemble and before you know it you have a savory dish to slice up. 

    You’ll also like Broccoli Cheddar Soup and Carrot Casserole.

    Have you ever heard of Broccoli Swamp before? 

    Broccoli Swamp - Don't let the name fool you - this versatile veggie-packed egg dish is delicious! Using fresh or frozen broccoli, along with eggs, Swiss cheese and a subtle garlic flavour, the whole family will love this dish!
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    Broccoli Swamp

    Created by Stacie Vaughan
    Servings 6
    Prep Time 20 minutes
    Cook Time 40 minutes
    Total Time 1 hour
    Don’t let the name fool you – this versatile veggie-packed egg dish is delicious! Using fresh or frozen broccoli, along with eggs, Swiss cheese and a subtle garlic flavour, the whole family will love this dish!

    Ingredients
     
     

    • 2 tbsp salted butter
    • 1 broccoli about 1-1/2 pounds, cut into florets
    • 3 tbsp water
    • 1 clove garlic minced
    • 5 large eggs
    • ½ cup cream
    • ¾ cup Swiss cheese shredded
    • ¼ tsp salt
    • tsp nutmeg
    • tsp ground black pepper

    Instructions

    • Preheat oven to 350℉. Spray 9-inch pie pan with no-stick cooking spray.
    • On the stove top melt butter in a pan on medium heat. Add broccoli and cook for 2 minutes, then add water and garlic and cook, covered for 5-7 minutes until broccoli is bright green but firm.
    • Remove from heat. Finely chop the broccoli once it has cooled.
    • In a mixing bowl, whisk the eggs and cream. Stir in cheese and mix well. Stir in the chopped broccoli, salt, nutmeg and pepper. Pour into pie pan and bake for about 35 minutes or until a knife inserted in center comes out clean.
    • Remove from oven and let stand for 5 minutes. Serve hot.

    Notes

    I used 10% coffee cream. You could also use half and half.

    Nutrition

    Serving: 1g | Calories: 149kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 11g | Fat: 9g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 171mg | Sodium: 256mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 2g

    The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

    Course Casseroles
    Cuisine American
    Keyword Broccoli Swamp

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    20 Comments

    1. kathy downey says:

      I think I am going to make this on Sunday for our family get-together.Thanks have a great weekend !

    2. Oh yum! Growing up I never cared for broccoli, but now as an adult I love it. This recipe looks amazing and great that it’s low carb. Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday!

    3. I can’t wait to try your Broccoli Swamp Recipe and thanks so much for sharing it with us. Hope you will come back to see us at Full Plate Thursday real soon and have a great week!
      Miz Helen

    4. So I hardly ever find cool bloggers via Link Parties,
      Being honest.
      I found THREE in a row TONIGHT ALONE.
      Many things but the takeaway from this post is that I will make this just to say IT’S CALLED BROCCOLI SWAMP.

    5. This looks incredible! I would definitely eat this as a main or side dish! Thanks for sharing!

    6. Pinned it. Looks great! I love a new way to fix broccoli.
      🙂 gwingal

    7. kathy downey says:

      Thanks this looks delicious

    8. I’m trying to register my email to get yr latest recipe updates but it’s not doing anything…can u help? x x

    9. Looks good. Is it a quiche? Or a dip? 🙂

    10. Finally something my little girl will eat lots of. She loves broccoli.

    11. It will not allow me to print out the recipe!!!!!

    12. I love this. Sound like a winning recipe. Can’t wait to try it

    13. Wow sounds Yummy! Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

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