Cupcake Quiche Recipe


My husbands favorite breakfast is chicken fried chicken in a skillet style breakfast that includes eggs, bacon, sausage then covered with white sausage gravy over the top of biscuits. This gives him just about everything he needs except I didn't add the cubed fried potatoes inside.  Just add them as a side dish using either hash browns, cottage fried potatoes or home fries you'll end up with a banquet for breakfast!

For special occasions or when company comes I love to make these little individual quiches to everyone liking. I personalize them. I get all the ingredients and add whatever my family or guests likes and these are sure to please everyone. Whether they're  vegetarian, meat lovers or just plain cheese you got it made making these little quiches.

crescent rolls (refrigerated dough) (1 can makes around 9 liners for the cupcake tins)
chopped peppers, mushrooms, artichoke hearts, asparagus, onions
cooked meats, sausage, bacon, chicken fried chicken sliced, chopped pepperoni, salami or other meat you like
shredded potatoes
spinach leaves
chopped broccoli
2 eggs
1/3 cup milk
salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste
shredded cheddar
shredded mozzarella
cupcake tins greased
Optional: store bought sausage gravy made to package instructions

Oil spray the pans and preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Line each tin with dough. Place a tablespoon of shredded cheese in each tin. Add the egg mixture on top.


 Add whatever you like with the variations to you families taste. We used sausage, bacon, spinach and peppers. Just a little to each cup. Bake at 350 degrees until the middle is set around 15 minutes.



Place on a plate top more meats if using for example chicken fried chicken and top with gravy.


5 comments:

Lucia from Madison said...

Great idea! Hope you had a lovely Christmas. I made your mom's fresh ricotta recipe for one of my apps. It was big hit. Hope you have a happy and healthy new year!

Maureen said...

I love these mini quiches. Can you believe refrigerated dough doesn't exist in Australia? People look at me as if I'm nuts when I mention dough in a tube. I'm going to try this with homemade dough.

Happy New Year!

bellini said...

MIni quiches with easily made crusts are definitely something that should be on my holiday table.

jerry Scholl said...

There is a very good reason you will not find refrigerated dough in Australia and other countries. They are loaded with Trans Fats and hydrogenated ingredients that are dangerous to well being. The American public really needs to be informed consumers and quit relying on processed foods in their diets.

Melba W. said...

I just wish everyone would post the nutritional guide for all these wonderful recipes. I have to have a carb count for my husband, who is Type 1 diabetic.