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Kidspot Recipes Quiche



Kidspot Recipes Quiche

Bake for 14 minutes until puffed and golden. notes. Depending on your children’s tastes, you can vary the fillings. Use parmesan in place of tasty cheese, or cooked bacon in place of ham. You could make slightly larger quiches using a 1/2 cup muffin tray, but you’ll need to cut slightly larger pastry circles. Recipe by Greer …
Crustless quiche. Want to enjoy the eggy goodness of a quiche but don’t want the fuss of cooking with pastry? This crustless bacon and cheese quiche recipe is quick and easy and wonderfully tasty without the bother of having to deal with pastry.
If you’ve got eggs in the fridge and you’re fresh out of new lunch box or dinner ideas, fear not! We’ve got a list of fluffy frittata and quiche recipes that will mean you cook once and eat twice. Go you!
Quiche in a cup. Want some quiche but don’t want to make a whole dish? Then this quiche recipe is for you and you won’t even need an oven because it’s made in the microwave.
Slow cooker savoury quiche. by Jody Allen. Quiche’s can be easily made in the slow cooker. Yes they take longer (about two hours usually) – but they are super frugal and delicious! When cooking eggs in the slow cooker it tends to ‘steam’ them, giving them a really fluffy soft texture!
Super simple frittata and quiche recipes. If you’ve got eggs in the fridge and you’re fresh out of new lunch box or dinner ideas, fear not! We’ve got a list of fluffy frittata and quiche recipes that will mean you cook once and eat twice. Go you!
Vegetarian quiche. Made with reduced-fat puff pastry and filled with lots of yummy vegetables this vegetarian quiche recipe is easy and cheap to make. Serve with bread rolls and a tossed salad.
Whisk butter, flour, eggs and milk together and pour into dish. Combine the rest of the ingredients together and spoon into egg mixture. Bake for 1 hour. notes. Impossible quiche is called “impossible” because all the ingredients are mixed together and poured into a dish and when it cooks it forms it’s own crust with filling.