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.
Found this on Pinterest and was excited to try. Grocery store had no turkey sausage so I used chicken sausage instead. I'm a student and have only one 6-cup muffin pan so I made 2 batches. I used a big heaping tablespoon measure of the sausage/mushroom mixture as a guideline to keep them uniform. Notice that was heaping not level. The first batch I sprayed the muffin cups generously with oil and the second batch I forgot...they came out the same. Make sure you allow them to cool before pulling them out or they WILL fall apart. I did use a nonstick pan though. Also forgot to add in the milk but luckily realized it about 5 minutes into cooking the first batch so I pulled them out, added a dab to each, swished them around and back in they went lol. Don't be scared of the pepper here. I'm a black pepper lover and even I was like dang...this is alot of pepper. Black pepper & eggs go so well together. The pepper will leave a tingle on your lips which I like but if that's not your thing you may want to dial it down. I baked both for over 30 minutes. When finished I topped these hot sauce and dipped in ketchup...don't judge! They were good, not great, but I'm excited to tweak it in the future.
I really liked this..I omitted the sausage and added spinach. So I think it was the cause of them to be a bit watery, but still very good. I will make these again, I also made mine in mini cupcake tin..:) made them bite size!
Loved these but would make them in a big pan and cut into squares to save time. I used mini cupcake pans and took a lot of time to fill and then was difficult to get out of pan. Using big a big pan will eliminate hassles.
This is a very good recipe for mini quiche. I made them for breakfast this morning. I did however cut the recipe in half; only using 4 eggs (2 whole & 2 whites) w/1/4 cup of milk, morningstar sausage crumble, yellow onion & mushrooms. They came out perfect! Cooking time 25 mins (secret you must preheat oven) Loved this recipe-I will definitely make them again..:0)