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Delicious Mini Quiche Recipe

These Mini Quiche are actually a scrambled egg breakfast in a crust. Want something a little different for breakfast? Try this delicious recipe! They are wonderful to make ahead and warm and also for breakfast on the go.  Would be great for a back-to-school breakfast. Tailor them to your own likes or even make several different ones for your family. Cheyenne made this recipe the first time at my Mother’s Day Brunch and it was so special. She served them with blueberry muffins and delicious grapefruit halves and orange juice. It was so beautiful and everything tasted so good. We sat out under the trees and enjoyed nature and one another’s company.
 
 
 

 

 

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What Goes With Mini Quiche?

Well, that depends on when you serve them.  For breakfast, you can serve them with toast or muffin, an English muffin, and some butter and jam.  Fresh fruit goes well with them, like a bowl of fresh berries or a half of a grapefruit.  They would make a perfect grab-and-go stand-alone meal when you are in a hurry and have little time for a full meal. Just warm them and go. They would make a lovely lunch to add in a bit of protein in your mid-day.  I would serve it with a small salad and maybe a piece of fruit. 

For dinner, I would serve mini quiche with a bowl of hot soup.  Soup would be perfect with the hearty quiche or dinner salad.

Mini quiche can also be served as an appetizer at a party or as a potluck item at your office or church function.  You could use the smaller muffing pan for this or a mini muffin pan.  It would be perfect served to your guests.

 

Do You Cook Quiche Covered Or Uncovered?

We cooked these mini quiche uncovered for this dish.  It is a super simple way to make this delicious recipe.

How Do You Tell If Your Quiche Is Done?

 

Mini Quiche Recipe

The Crust
2 Cups Organic All-Purpose Flour
3 Teaspoons Baking Powder
2 Teaspoons Organic Raw Sugar
1/2 Teaspoon Cream of Tartar
1/4 Teaspoon Sea Salt
1/2 Cup Grassfed Butter
2/3 Cup Organic Milk

Stir together in a medium-size bowl flour, baking powder, sugar, cream of tartar, and salt. Cut in butter until crumbly. Add milk, and stir until combined, but don’t over stir. Roll out and cut into circles and mold into a muffin tin (this should make 4-5).

The Stuffing
4 Eggs Scrambled eggs (seasoned how you like it)
2-3 slices Nitrate Free Bacon fried and chopped
Cheese

Cook the eggs seasoned how you like them, add chopped bacon and cheese.

Spoon into Muffin Tins lined with the dough. If you want you can add a little (or a lot) more cheese.

 

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