Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches

April/May 2005

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (716 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.

"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

Don't freeze these!

I made these the week before I left for a trip. I returned late in the evening with friends who stayed over for breakfast, so I thought these mini quiches would be great. However, although I followed the instructions on individual wrapping and used a paper towel to microwave them, they were embarrassingly awful. The taste was fine, but the texture was so soggy it was like chewing on a sponge. Later, after my guests left, I tried putting the frozen quiches in the oven. But even after 25 minutes at 375, there was still far too much water in them to be satisfactory. So, if you make these DO NOT FREEZE!

Taste is good
Comments (1)


Anonymous wrote 3 years 17 hours ago

you shouldn't give the recipe

you shouldn't give the recipe a bad was your fault for making them so far in advance and freezing them.

Yummy stuff

I love these mini quiches. I serve them as appetizers for parties and for brunch or breakfast. I use a very low fat chicken Italian sausage and they are always a hit.

Makes a lot, refrigerate leftover and eat for breakfast
Easy and tasty

These were very easy to pull together. The flavor combination was great, and I can see enhancing it with herbs or trading out other veggies, cheeses, or meats. Very versatile.

Fast, simple ingredients, tasty
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Anonymous wrote 4 years 15 weeks ago

Maybe it isn't fair to give a

Maybe it isn't fair to give a recipe a bad review when you start out by saying "I substituted A LOT in this recipe."


Has anyone prepared the mix and put it in the fridge for the next day?

Good but too much work

I substituted A LOT in this recipe. I used bacon instead of sausage, cheddar instead of swiss, no pepper and no mushrooms. I was really excited to try this but in the end I feel stupid. I've had quiches before and they've always been delicious. I think my problem with this is that without the crust, its basically scrambled eggs with A LOT of extra work. As I sit here eating them, it is exactly like my scrambled eggs but with about 10 extra minutes or so of prep time and baked in the oven =/ I'm sure it's my own fault for not realizing it in advance, but I won't be making these again. If I wanted scrambled eggs, I'd of just mixed them together in a bowl and poured them in the pan to cook instead of everything else.

Easy, Taste
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Anonymous wrote 10 weeks 5 days ago

Why would you rate the recipe

Why would you rate the recipe with 2 starts when you changed it? It became YOUR recipe at that time and the rating would be that of your changes.

Anonymous wrote 4 years 16 weeks ago

try silicon baking cups. Food

try silicon baking cups. Food pops right out. You can either put them in your muffin tin, or set them on a cookie sheet. And they are economical because you wash and reuse.

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