I love easy recipes and it does not get much easier than this one, perfect for lunch boxes, or an easy snack or brunch!
Think of this quiche as a mini omelette, simple to make, can be jazzed up super simply and you could even add a crust if you were so inclined. These freeze well too!
There are 5 of us in our household all with super different tastes, so this is one of those recipes with a simple base and from there you can add as much or as little extras as you like, we used bacon, but you could substitute with ham or chicken, and add finely chopped veges for more flavour and texture.
In terms of adding a crust, simply using premade puff pastry or rolling a slice of bread thinly and buttering the tin side and creating a sort of savoury nest. Thankfully due to some well oiled muffin cups mine came out easily, but I definitely recommend you allow the quiches to mostly cool in the tin if you are finding they are not coming out easily initially.
If you are a fan of quiches you must check out my other more traditional versions below
So onto the recipe, this is just a base, feel free to add or omit ingredients!
It is that simple! Just a few easy ingredients and very little time, if you double the batch you can have more to freeze for another day, but they would make a great quick weekend brunch too.
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Susan Hankins says
You said: “Preheat Oven to 180C.” Please add “(350F)” It’s a great recipe. Thanks.
Great recipe Anna. Would you need to reheat these from the fridge or ok to leave to room temp before eating?
They can be reheated or if from frozen they should be thawed by lunch time in a lunch box, you can add a cooler or ice block if you need.
Did you use a mini muffin pan or regular muffin pan?
Regular muffin pan
I made these for my picnic tomorrow so easy so delicious ?
Quick, easy & delicious! Thank you so much ?
Good afternoon, I made your moist chocolate cake for father’s day and it came out very well… it was my first try, thank you very much for your recipes.
You can even cook these in a pie maker. They turn out just as yummy. I thought pie makers were for pies only, but you can cook desserts, cakes even donuts in them.
That’s a great tip thank you! Those little pie makers are so handy
Janet Christine Albertson says
I tried this the other day and they were really nice and quick and easy to make. 🙂
So glad you enjoyed them ☺️