4 Reviews

Very easy, and very delicious. I loved how light this was. 2/16 update: I was looking for a "portable" breakfast, so I re-made this recipe using non-stick muffin tins. I baked it at 350 degrees for 20 minutes, and they turned out perfectly! Thanks again for a lovely dish!

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JustDrea81 February 17, 2010

This was tasty, even when made with canned salmon. Even my kids ate it w/out complaint (a rare event). The fact that this recipe is so easy will put it into our meal plans often. By the way, I used Pamela's pancake mix as the flour w/great results.

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amalie_dav January 10, 2009

wow, this was delicious, and so easy, the only thing i did different was added a can of asparagus and spinach, becuase we were eating it as a main meal but did not change the ingredients at all and there was plenty of egg to go around. Thanks for posting, will be on the menu in our school canteen next week.

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Aussie Deb #2 June 15, 2008

This is a wonderful healthy pie. I used wheat flour, 1/2 stick of softened butter, and only 4 eggs and it still turned out great. This was very quick to mix up and get into the oven. There were only two of us eating and we both went back for seconds. I can't wait to try this reheated, I'm sure it will still be great! Thank you for the great recipe, Jubes!

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Christineyy! April 02, 2008
Salmon and Herb Impossible Pie - Gluten Free