3 Reviews

O'kay I scaled back for 12 but when I started out I realized my muffin tins were too large and ended up with 6 and had to double the amount of egg mix, the rest was fine (which I had done too much of int he first place so worked out well :lol:). Baked in a 175C fan forced oven for 25 minutes for perfect and delectable morsels (I tried one cold as my idea was to freeze them and have them for when we went on our 4x4 trips with the club as I prefer a savoury morning tea to a sweet one but when the DH got up from sleeping (going onto night shift) and I explained I should have used my patty cake tins he went no because it would be too muchs pastry and not enought filling at least for his liking), and to be honest I am very happy to stay with what I cooked and it was delicious and looking forward to see how they freeze and then taste. Thank you diner524 made for 123 Hits tag game.

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I'mPat November 16, 2012

These were fantastic! I used frozen short crust pastry, and made them in a patty cake pan. I ended up with 24 perfect sized quiches. I had intended them to be lunchbox fillers, but they didn't last that long! They were a hit with my family, and I will definately be making them again. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT7 - Switzerland (Vivacious Violets)

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Sara 76 June 26, 2011

Tasty little morsels. I made my own pastry and used evaporated milk, as it needed to be used up. Made for Everyday Holiday Tag game. :)

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Lori Mama June 04, 2011
Mini Swiss Quiches