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Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches

April/May 2005

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (711 votes)

These crustless mini quiches are like portable omelets. Turkey sausage and sauteed mushrooms keep them light and savory. Small and satisfying, they're also a good finger food for your next cocktail party.



READER'S COMMENT:
"These mini quiches were great!!! My neice Tracy made them for Thanksgiving and we all loved them. I brought some leftovers home and just ate them for breakfast. They are a perfect party snack or appetizer and healthy as well. "

87 Reviews for Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches

05/24/2010
Anonymous

Sounds great! I will definitely try them soon.

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05/11/2010
Anonymous

I thought this was really easy to make for a brunch and everyone really enjoyed it! I did make a few modifications, though, based upon my personal taste. I added cayenne pepper, seasoning salt, and garlic powder to the egg mixture. I also substituted Canadian bacon for the turkey sausage and Cheddar cheese for the Swiss.

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04/26/2010

Found them mushy and eggy. Will be making them again soon and I'm planning on using three eggs and two whites and Pam with flour instead of the regular non-stick.

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04/26/2010
Anonymous

I love this recipe! I have a hard time eating eggs for breakfast after a while and this is a different way to use them!
I don't really change anything in this recipe although I prefer to divide the meat and mushroom mixture into the muffin pan and then pour the egg mixture over it. It's faster and less messy.

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04/21/2010
Anonymous

These are great! I didn't have swiss, so I shredded some sharp cheddar and I added about 4 chopped artichoke hearts. I should have let them cook a little bit longer to accommodate for the extra moisture from the artichoke hearts. I can't wait for my husband to try them! He's always looking for low calorie things to eat with lots of protein! Thanks Eating Well!!!

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