Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Whadda We Eatin' Wednesday - #2 - Recipe for Crustless Mini Quiches!

Welcome to the second edition of...

"Whadda We Eatin' Wednesday!!" 

Today, I want share with you a recipe that is so easy to make and delicious, and is a hit for parties or just an easy, yummy breakfast or snack!

But, before I do...I just wanted to say how excited I am that one of my recipes was featured on one of my FAVORITE BLOGS!!! 

Stone Gable Blog has a beautiful blog and each week they host a link party called "On the Menu Monday", and feature some of their favorite entries from the previous week. Well, this week, my recipe for BAKED CHEDDAR BROCCOLI RICE CUPS was a featured recipe!

Thank you so much, Yvonne!  This is an unbelievable compliment, coming from one of the most amazing hostesses and home fashionistas out there!!!  =D

Ok...onto today's featured recipe... 

"Crustless Mini Quiches!!!"

I found this recipe on Pinterest and it has been my go-to breakfast food lately!!   I also took some of these to a women's Bible Study Breakfast a few weeks ago and they were gone so fast!  Everyone loved them and was asking for the recipe, so I thought I'd share it here as well!  
They are so easy to make!

Here's what you need....this makes about 6 mini quiches, but you can double this recipe to make 12, which is what I do. 

4 eggs,
1/4 cup of heavy cream (or half n half),
A pinch of salt (to help mix the eggs more evenly) and,
Your favorite omelet ingredients

For this batch, I used Tostitos NEW Chipotle Cantina Salsa (YUM), cheddar cheese, and real bacon bits, but I've also used ham and swiss, and bacon and cheddar, you could even try a spinach and feta version...I bet that would be YUMMY!

After you mix the eggs and the cream, you pour the mixture  into WELL greased muffin-tins....only about half way full. 

Then I added a teaspoon of salsa, a small handful of cheese and a sprinkling of bacon bits into the muffin cups.  The original recipe (found here) said to try not to use more than 2 tbsp of stuff in each muffin tin.

They you cook them at 350 for 20-25 minutes.

They puff up pretty tall when in the oven, but they will "deflate" a bit once you take them out.

They are so cute!  And SOOO tasty!

These also reheat great, so I make 12 at a time and then snack on them for several days! 

I hope you enjoy them!  If you try them, please let me know what YOU think!!!  Thanks again!

By the way, I'd love to hear from you!  Please feel free to leave a comment anytime or even come like me on Facebook.   Thanks again for stopping by!



This post is added to....
Wicked Awesome Wednesday
Foodie Friday
On the Menu Monday
Homemaking Link Up
Yolo Mondays
Inspire Me Monday
Two Girls and a Party


  1. Congrats on your feature! I'm not surprised; you've got some great recipes. And this one looks yum!

    1. Hey Jessica! Thanks girl! I really appreciate that! Hope you're having a great week!!! =D

  2. Such a great idea and they sound delicious.


    1. Hi Leslie! Thanks so much! They are so yummy and I am low-carbing so they're the perfect breakfast for me, too! Thanks so much for stopping by! Come on back anytime! =D

  3. This is such a great idea! I look forward to giving it a try. Thanks for sharing it with us. Cherry Kay

    1. Hi Cherry Kay! Thanks! I hope you like it! It couldn't be easier to make and I'm ALL about easy! haha! Hope you have a great day! Thanks for visiting! =)

  4. Yum! Those look great---thanks for the recipe and thanks for linking up to my Homemaking Linkup Weekend!

    Mrs. Sarah Coller

    1. Hi Sarah! Thank YOU for hosting this link party! It's so much fun to share our creativity all together! I've found such wonderful ideas!! I can't wait until I figure out how to set up one! Hope you have a great day! =D