By HokiesMom on February 25, 2008
Photo by Dreamer in Ontario
Photo by Dreamer in Ontario
"From the All You Magazine Feb 2008. I'm saving it for future events planned in the Spring. I think it would be a great lunch item or even buffet item for parties and holiday gatherings. The article said to try different cheese or swap another veggie depending on your own likes."
Serving Size: 1 (73 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"Like some of the others committed...these were a bit on the running side...I.patted the broccoli dry before adding...I cut back on the milk and let them cook for 35 mins...still I got some liquid when I flipped them over...I made mine with mozzarella cheese and replaced the nutmeg with oregano...these are very yummy! I got 11 quiches...ate two for lunch and I'm going to freeze the rest...I'm going to pop them in the microwave for future snacks or lunches. Thanks for posting. :)"
"Made these the other day for breakfast & expected a few would be around for lunch as well, but no luck on the lunch thing ~ Instead, they were all gone by mid-morning! Great for a nice breakfast, & wonderful for just plain ol' munching! Didn't change a thing, & I won't another time, either! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Gimme 5 tag]"
"I really enjoyed the taste of these using the nutmeg. The only suggestion I have is to squeeze any excess moisture out of your steamed broccoli before adding to the egg mixture. My mini quiches came out a little too liquidy....a watery liquid collected in the muffin tin as I removed them. I think it was from the extra moisture left on the broccoli. But they were very good and easy to make too. Thanks for posting. Made for Zaar 123 Hit Wonders game."
"Quite tasty! I also got more than 8 quiches out of this - was able to fill all 12 of my muffin cups. They were a bit soft for finger food, so I'm not sure about them as an appetizer, but they fit beautifully on a toasted english muffin for breakfast or brunch! Next time, I think I would try herbs rather than nutmeg for broccoli. Thanks for sharing!"
"DD and her friend just finished inhaling these delectable, moist little quiches for dinner. I used 2 cups of half and half in place of the heavy cream and milk. My muffin tins must be small beccause I ended up with 10 quiches. I also had to bake them for 30 minutes. Made for the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #14"
"Mine turned out a little too soft. Perhaps it was because I didn't follow the recipe exactly; I used all-purpose cream in place of the heavy cream. They still tasted quite nice, though."
"These were different -- not exactly what I expected. First, I had to cook them for 40 minutes before they stopped being jiggly in the middle. Then, they were VERY fluffy -- a little fluffier than I expected for this. But the taste was still really good!"