Its good with chili if you get the jenny-o turkey chili place a little quiche in the middle with fat free sour cream and weight watchers cheese it yummy for dinner dont forget your ceaser salad with chicken!
Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches
From EatingWell: April/May 2005
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.
87 Reviews for Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches
OMG! I posted recent comment questioning published nutritional content. I take it back! I inadvertently calculated egg whites instead of whole eggs. When corrected, my individual nutrition calculations were not significantly different from those published if calculated 12 per recipe, i.e., 12-cup muffin pan.
Love this recipe! Re-heats well, freezes well, great for breakfast, lunch,or dinner. We substituted Egg Beaters (1 1/4 cups) instead of the 5 eggs and 2 egg whites and reduced the calories from 90 to 60. Great !!
Love these and echo previous comments on portability, freezing, etc. The nutritional counts seem off to me. I used 8 whole eggs and substituted mozarella for swiss cheese. By my calculations, if baked in regular muffin pan with 8 cups, each quiche was slightly higher calorie count (103, probably due to additional whole eggs) than shown here, but thankfully both cholesterol and sodium were significantly less (23 and 124, respectively). Cannot explain what made their counts so high on these. My other counts were about the same as shown on the site. Rene in New York: For portion measurements, if you do not want to calculate your own, you could use the nutritional measurements shown as being for one quiche made in an 8-cup pan and mathematically adjust if you make in a 12-cup mini pan instead. And yes, I definitely think these made in a regular 8-cup pan are a perfect serving size for breakfast on the go, but the mini muffin pans making 12 are a better appetizer size.
These have become a staple in our household. I make them weekly. I take them to work. I use soy crumbles or soy breakfast sausage, a drop of hot sauce and parmesean cheese to keep the protein up and the fat down. They freeze well though I do not add the milk as this makes them to watery if you are freezing them. not adding the milk also keeps the calories down. I have calculated them to be under 100 calories. I use them for my mid morning snack and eat them at room temp.
jane, north carolina