These mini quiche recipes will help you throw a Sunday brunch your friends will brag about. A good tip is to bake your quiche in a muffin tin so they hold their shape, especially if you decide to go crustless. If you'd rather not deal with rolling dough, you can also use store bought phyllo.
Get the party started by making these colorfulvegetable mini quiche. This particular recipe calls for peas, onions, chives and tomatoes but you can use any veggies you have on hand. The trick is to saute the vegetables before adding them to the quiche mix to prevent a soggy crust.
These divine mini quiche with peas and ham taste delightful thanks to a bit of garlic and Gruyère cheese. You can also swap the peas for broccoli and you've got yourself another easy variation.
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