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Delicious! To make them very healthful/low fat, I used egg substitute (the kind in the cartons), veggie/soy "ham", and low fat cheese. It tasted just like the original but with fewer calories. :) great recipe... definitely a keeper.
These were very tasty. Easy to put together. To fill the muffin tin to the top I had to add 3 more eggs. This made 12 muffins for us. Made just as stated. Thanks
Made this on a whim as I had eggs, a red pepper and some mushrooms to use. I substituted egg whites for the eggs (as I didn't have whole eggs in the house), used a low fat cheddar cheese mixture and substituted Canadian bacon. I followed the advice of Bobbie by spooning in the meat, veggie mixture and cheese to each individual muffin tin to ensure even distribution. I love the individual serving sizes and the flavor was perfect. I will make these again!
These are so good!!! I made 12 instead of 18 and they are Great!!!
Wonderful. I added a couple extra eggs and probably went a little heavy on the cheese. If you are a "quiche" lover, you will definitely enjoy these. I also did not add the cheese to the eggs -- but placed it separately into the muffin cups. I wanted to make sure that it was somewhat equally divided. This recipe is fun to serve.
These were great, thank you. I followed the recipe exactly.
Excellent breakfast. I used diced black forest ham and oiled the muffin cups with Nonstick Cooking Spray which works great. Served hot with a side of home fries; sliced tomatoes sprinkled with kosher salt, a pinch of sugar and dash of olive oil; and toast. Delicious and easy to make.These would also be good with cooked crispy bacon. Will definitely make them again.