I whipped these up for our family’s Christmas brunch. I was a little concerned because I’m personally not a big fan of baked eggs or quiche. I knew my family would enjoy them so I made them anyway.
And then I tasted one.
I ate like four or five and instantly decided that I would be making these again.
It’s a really simple recipe. I fully intend on freezing some of these and warming them up throughout the week .So, these are easy and efficient especially for busy mornings, independent kiddos, etc.
It’s clear that these are suitable for customization. Feel free to try your own combinations like:
Pepperoni and mozzarella
Spinach and feta
Sundried tomato, basil and spinach
Feta, olives and chickpeas
Basil, mozzarella and tomato
Tag @NibblesandNom and share what you’ve come up with.
(I did not measure this. Just consider your family’s preferences, chop and dump)
To fill 12-cupcake pan I used:
5 eggs, whisked
Finely chopped fresh brocolli
Chopped green onion
Chopped deli ham
I promise it’s a really easy and straightforward idea so I don’t any intention of writing anything extensive.
Preheat your oven to 350 and bake for 15-20m. You can store them in the fridge in an airtight container. You can freeze them and warm em up as you need them.