Monday, August 13, 2012

mini-quiches (on-the-ready!)

Today I resolved to start really planning ahead.
I mean,
really, really planning ahead.

I'm working on breakfasts.
I already have a dozen+ cinnamon rolls frozen
individually in the freezer.

And today I made some little mini quiches.

Here's how I did it:

Cut some tortillas into little triangles.

Put them into a cupcake pan.
OH, spray your pans first with non-stick spray!
Lordy, don't forget that step.

 Mix up about a dozen eggs, cooked sausage,
cheddar cheese, (about) one cup half & half,
salt, pepper, taco seasoning 
(and whatever else you can think of).

Pour into cupcake pan, about 2/3 full.

I overfilled mine.
Do as I say, not as I do.
2/3 full is perfect.

Bake at 375 degrees for about 16+ minutes.
Top with cilantro and salsa (not pictured).

Serve 'em up.
OR, store in freezer to pull out and
have on-the-ready for those early-morning
school days when you're in a daze.


(Get creative and throw in some veggies,
ham, bacon, etc. etc.!)


quilt'n-mama said...

These look so yummy!

Jen said...

Love it! Can't wait to try the recipe out!! Thank you for sharing..

Chris said...

Ok, something to stash in my freezer. Oct is fast approaching.

David and Janet Hurley said...

Sounds great--we eat quiche 1x a month for supper.
BUT--in these parts we use jelly, not salsa=0

Joanne Reddell said...

I am waaaaaaaaaaay behind on reading your blog. (Sorry!) Have you missed me??!! (smile)

I love this recipe - thanks for sharing. I'll definitely try this......cuz between camping,riding our motorcycles, hiking, playing with grandchildren, bicycle riding......things can get pretty hectic around here. But I don't suppose you know anything about a hectic schedule. Bahahaha!!

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