Mini Sausage Quiches
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 20 min.
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These little quiches are excellent! I also put bacon too!
I have not made these yet. Just wondering if they could be frozen, i am going to try this weekend.
These were perfect for a tasty utensil free finger food. I did add about a T of minced red pepper. I also used ricotta cheese instead of cottage cheese because I had some which needed to be used. It took a bit of gentle but persistent rolling to get enough dough from.one roll. I placed the cut dough into the muffin tin then used the bottomed of a shot glass to gently press the dough on the bottom and up the sides. It was fast and easy. These were quite tasty.
Nice little snack recipe. Easy prep and a quick bake. Very tasty . I added some green pepper. Gobbled up by all. Empty plate equals winner. V F E
Can't eat sausage to spicy; can I use crisp bacon in bite size instead. If so, how much bacon?
They are very good. I needed an appetizer that would be good at room temperature and these did the trick.
This recipe was LIFE CHANGING! IT was so amazing, and not only did I and my guests love it, but I now use it as a 'template' recipe for breakfast quiches. I switch up the ingredients, like the cheese, the sausage, add more veggies, I just keep the measurements for the eggs and the cheese the same, for the correct ratio of egg to cheese taste. Overall, THANKS SO MUCH, I love this recipe! It tastes great with all different cheeses and breakfast sausage too! Also - I've never made it in a mini muffin tin, I just use a regular 12 muffin cup tin and the timing on cooking it is the same.
These are great!
I don't think the calorie count on these could be correct. Even doubling it for using a bigger muffin cup.