Quick and easy mini quiches.


Ingredients (serves 12 | makes 13 Mini quiches)

  • 2 sheets Pampas Puff Pastry
  • 6 Large Eggs
  • Pinch Salt
  • 40ml Pour cream

Method

  1. Allow sheets of puff pastry to defrost until firm not soft. With a large glass cup gently press down on puff pastry to make round puff pastry circles.
  2. Lightly oil a 12 hole muffin tray. Place the individual circular pieces of puff pastry onto each whole and gently press down the middle of the circle to create a small cup.
  3. Gently beat the eggs, salty and cream together.
  4. Gently pour mixture into puff pastry cups. Place in a 180degree (fan forced) oven and allow to cook for 10-15 minutes until golden.


  • I love those mini quiches, just a great way to have finger food, mine will be made with bacon though.

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  • This recipe sounds great quick and simple and id love to try this..

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  • what a yummy idea for lunch. fabulous for the lunchbox as well. thanks for posting this recipe idea. it is brilliant and easy to make

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  • YUM!! They sound so easy and warm I love it.

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  • Nice and easy recipe. Looks yummy too. Thank you.

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  • Love these little beauty quiches

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  • I love quiches, this is a great idea for both hubbies and my daughters lunchbox.

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  • it would also be good with some left over veggies or meat too.

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  • This is my recipe :) you can add anything to it and doesn’t have to be simple. A good foundation is what you need

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  • So great for a quick snack with some chopped ham. Have pinned this for work/school lunches. also great for a plate at a party.

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  • Thanks for your recipe for little quiches – we love little quiches and we love to have little bowls with different ingredients in them. Everyone gets to add their favourite toppings to their quiches – so much fun and so yummy too.

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  • Thanks for sharing. So quick and easy and better than buying the pre-made frozen quiches with preservatives, added fats and salts that you just don’t need. I love a similar quiche with just the beaten eggs in a patty case, with added left over vegetables, like spinach, onions, diced capsicum etc. Yum!

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  • oh I love a good mini quiche, so great for lunchboxes – thank you so much for sharing your version, cannot wait to give them a try


    • We love them for lunch box fillers too – good for the cooler months too.

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  • thanks for sharing your recipe. I may try this one out

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  • I love quiche! This recipe seems a bit too basic though. How about some ham or bacon, lots of cheese, mushrooms and maybe topped with slices of tomato

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