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    This is great for a holiday breakfast or brunch. It serves 10 and it can be prepared ahead of time and popped in the oven on the day of the event. My Mother serves this when the whole family gets together down at their shore house on holiday weekends. Options: add mushrooms and peppers or the like.

    Recipe #336909

    23 Reviews |  By Tweeky

    As we all know, this is one of the greatest lunch or brunch dishes ever invented. Prepare in advance, freeze, and bake when needed. This is one of the best recipes for Quiche I know of. Recipe source, "The Country Innkeepers' Cookbook".

    Recipe #65758

    This is an easy and fun way to make omelets. Everyone can have exactally what their tastebuds desire in their omelet. We added other ingredients such as ham and cheese. You don't have to use these specific ingredients. Be creative and add whatever you would like to your omelet. My mother-in-law sent it to me to try and it is a family favorite.

    Recipe #304165

    This is a great breakfast casserole for company as you can make it ahead and pop it in the oven an hour before you need it. It also makes for a great brunch dish...I always make it for Christmas just to have something good and handy to eat whenever the kids show up. Then later comes the big dinner!

    Recipe #268981

    I have not tried this recipe. I got it from Pinching Your Pennies.

    Recipe #245183

    My DH used to make himself poached eggs using this method all the time. This recipe was found in Chatelaine Food Express Quickies. The cooking time includes the standing time. Note: After reading Lorrie in Montreal's review, I've added poking the egg to prevent messy explosions to the procedure :)

    Recipe #336423

    This is an easy way to serve omelets. In our house, it takes me forever to make breakfast on the stove top! Baking this is soooo much easier. Feel free to add or subtract to suit your tastes (bacon, sausage, onions, peppers, etc.)

    Recipe #28648

    When I was younger, I used to go camping with our church youth group and we would always make sure that this was included on the menu. It's one of those recipes that you know everyone would like. This is scaled down. Note, this is not a diet meal!

    Recipe #129255

    You can make this the night before and it will be ready to put in the oven in the morning. It's a nice light, fluffy omelet.

    Recipe #21881

    Easy basic quiche recipie. Add what you want for fillings. My friend Kathy made us Michigan ladies this great breakfast one morning when we were visiting her in Colorado and snowed in by a three day blizzard in the mountains.

    Recipe #398755

    A recipe for springtime from the San Francisco Chronicle.

    Recipe #223592

    Great for breakfast, picnics or just a snack.

    Recipe #94624

    This probably has to be the easiest quiche ever! I'm not sure where the recipe came from, but mum would make it all the time and it's just so nice as it isn't too heavy. If desired, you could add 1 cup grated zucchini (excess moisture squeezed out) or a can of creamed corn to the mixture or add some tomato slices to the top of the quiche before baking.

    Recipe #383788

    7 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    This recipe won 1st place in the RSC Lucky #13 contest. This quiche is more like a meat and vegetable pie with a cheese/egg custard holding it together. Because the chicken, onions and mushrooms are sauted to the point of carmelization the resulting flavors create a really tasty quiche. I hope you try it and that your family enjoys it as much as we did. This was so good the first time that I didn't make any changes and only needed to make it once, since no adjustments we necessary. My granddaughter who had never eaten any kind of quiche and was reluctant to try it, said after the first few bites, "OOOh, This is really good, I like this!" I hope you like it as well. This can easily be a main dish for dinner or for lunch. It is so full of meat and veggies that it is a meal in itself.

    Recipe #354000

    I got this from the Low Sodium Cooking newsletter. This tastes best with fresh garden tomatoes. A great recipe to use up some of the summer garden produce. I used leeks and cheddar cheese because I had those on hand and it still tasted wonderful! You could add a baked crust if you want to, but it's not necessary.

    Recipe #321298

    35 Reviews |  By Jedley

    This isn't so much a recipe as a tip. Most of us make omelettes the same way: wait until the eggs are nearly cooked, then add cheese, vegetables, meat, etc., counting on the heat of the eggs to heat them, and in doing so unnecessarily overcooking the eggs. If, instead, you cover your egg pan with a pot lid, you can add the omelette filling from the outset and it cooks WITH the eggs, so your omelette's already done at the point where you'd normally add the filling. And get this - you never have to touch a utensil! Try it and I bet you'll never cook an omelette without a lid again.

    Recipe #237789

    21 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    I wanted something a little different for breakfast this morning and I came up with this one. It's fast and easy and requires no overnight refrigeration time. We really enjoyed the spicy taste the Rotel added.

    Recipe #174692

    This is such a good breakfast dish. It makes me feel "ritzy". But seriously, it is very good. Make each serving the same way. This is ONE serving.

    Recipe #25148

    Serve this quiche with a fresh fruit for a wonderful meal. For something different, you can change up the cheese -- Monterey jack with green chilies, diced ham with Cheddar or bacon bits, sauteed onions and Jarlsberg.

    Recipe #259232

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