Tiny Pancetta & Fontina Quiches

Now that we’re all back in the swing of school and busy schedules eating breakfast sometimes takes a backseat to getting out of the house! These yummy little quiches can be made ahead and popped in the microwave right from the freezer. They can also be served as bite-sized appetizers or afternoon snacks. Multi-purpose mini morsels…doesn’t that sound perfect? Continue reading

Sweet Potato & Onion Quiche

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I always serve quiche on Christmas morning. It is easy to prepare the egg mixtures the day before, then refrigerate until Christmas morning. When I wake up I put them in the crust and cook them until they are done. This year I wanted to add a new quiche to the standard spinach and bacon & cheese quiches I always make. So, I decided to try sweet potatoes…Wow, what a hit! Continue reading

Super Simple Crust-less Bacon, Broccoli and Two Cheese Quiche

Super Simple Crustless Bacon, Broccoli and Two Cheese Quiche

Weekends are the best! Monday through Friday I love making breakfast in bed for my hubby, but on the weekends we sleep a little longer, read and relax and enjoy a late breakfast. This morning I made a simple quiche that I discovered many many years ago from one of my mothers 1970’s cookbooks. After I made it about 20 times it dawned on me there was a little math breakdown that could be re-configured for more or less people. After that, I started really switching up what I put in it. Quiche is one of those things that you can add about anything to. This version is definitively lighter than a traditional quiche, yet flavorful and extremely versatile. I’ve served this dish with a salad at many women’s luncheons, and I’ve even made it with roasted garlic, English cheddar and crab meat… Continue reading