These are great for a quick lunch. You could even send them to school for something other than a sandwich. From Easy Everyday Cooking. Freeze these wrapped individually in foil for upto a month - thaw and reheat for 10 minutes or until heated through.
Exactly as the title says, these are cooked in a muffin or Yorkshire pudding tin! They are a brilliant way to use up leftover potatoes & are so good that it's worth baking or boiling up some potatoes specially!! I use these all the time in our Chambres d'Hotes - it's easy to work out the portions and they freeze beautifully. There is also NO burnt mess in your gratin dishes! That's not to say I never make traditional Gratin Dauphinoise, because I do - but these are a great standby, use up leftover potatoes and look very elegant when served!
With DH being a diabetic, I am always looking for ways to add veggies into the diet. I found a recipe on the web and did some adjusting to suit our taste. The recipe calls for ground turkey; however, extra-lean ground beef also works well. Top with Creole Sauce recipe #149159 for a fabulous main course! These can be frozen, defrosted in the refrigerator and warmed as needed making this a great recipe for small families or when preparing a meal for one.
This recipe is from Taste of Home. I will be making these for a maple syrup contest here in Wakarusa, Indiana. They sound so yummy! *UPDATE* I made these for the contest and won 1st place! These are really good!
To really make these easy purchase ready made pie pastry in the refrigerator section. You can also make these using regular size muffin tins, the servings will be less and baking time will have to be adjusted. If you make these on mini muffin tins you should get anywhere from 24-26 mini quiches. If you don't have a 2-1/2-inch round cutter then just use the top of a glass. The recipe can be doubled.
Great for entertaining as they can be made in advance, refrigerated for a few days and re-heat really well. Also fabulous for hiding vegies in to give to the kids, they just love them. The "flavour" (Onion, Bacon) ingredients can be substituted for just about anything. (eg. Tomato and Spinach or Salmon and Chives) and My Sewing teacher gave me this recipe a year ago, I use it all the time.
I have never tasted softer, crustier, perfect bread. He says it's the whipping cream that does it! Ted said that he often makes the dough places the four balls in the 2lb bread tin, butters the top, covers it with a cloth then places it in the fridge over night allowing 1 hour at room temperature to allow the final raising before baking. This recipe also makes wonderful buns just size them accordingly.
These are wonderful to serve as an appetizer and I have done so many times at my get togethers, everone loves these! to save even more time you can purchase the ready-made small tart shells and the recipe may be doubled if desired.
This is from a OAMC website. These are delicious and my kids LOVE these in their lunchboxes. I put them in frozen in the morning and they thaw nicely by lunchtime. Note: I have experimented with reducing the sugar in this recipe and find it works very well. I usually make a double batch and only added 1/3 cup sugar instead of 1 cup. They came out perfect - just the right amount of sweetness.