Crustless Breakfast Quiche Muffins

"Really, after you have the quiche mix down you can replace the other ingredients with whatever you like. My husband happens to like the sausage and cheese. Weight Watchers: 3 points per muffin when using low fat sausage, cheese and baking mix and fat free milk."
photo by Tinkerbell photo by Tinkerbell
photo by Tinkerbell
photo by Tinkerbell photo by Tinkerbell
photo by loof751 photo by loof751
Ready In:




  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Brown sausage, breaking with a spoon. Drain well.
  • Mix egg, milk and baking mix. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Divide egg mixture between 12 greased muffin tins.
  • Divide sausage between muffin tins and cover with cheese.
  • Bake 15-20 minutes or until tooth pick inserted comes out clean.
  • Freeze left over muffins in single serving zip top bags. To reheat, place frozen muffins in microwave for approximately 60 seconds.

Questions & Replies

default avatar
  1. Sara S.
    Can you make these a day or 2 ahead? Thinking about making for thanksgiving breakfast but need to avoid oven crowding
  2. mparison
    What could I use instead of baking mix?
  3. nnt2beme
    When you say baking mix, are you referring to something like bisquick or self-rising flour?


  1. BrentKC
    Loved these. Took 2 dozen to work with me and everyone raved about them and asked for the recipe. Very simple and versatile. I used bacon. You could even add spinach, or whatever. Excellent for breakfast on the run, too! Thanks for sharing.
  2. Vicki in CT
    These were great breakfast treats fresh out of the oven. However, they were challenging to get out of the pan despite spraying first with Pam. After they cooled they came out much easier. Also had a problem dividing the egg mixture; by the time I got to the final two holes of the muffin tin I was running short. My suggestion is filling each hole just under the half-way mark to have them come out equally.
    These were so easy!!! And the variations are endless. I used spicy breakfast sausage and shredded cheese. Next time will definitely add much more cheese and probably onions! Thanks for sharing!
  4. sarahbeier
    We love these- made as written with sausage and they are great! I have also made them using the substitutions suggested (low fat baking mix, cheese, sausage and skim milk) plus I also substituted egg beaters- you have to cook them a little longer with the Egg Beaters but they were great and only 2 points each! We make little breakfast sandwiches with mini bagels or light english muffins. Thanks for sharing!
  5. fra_jam
    I have made these for many years. I like to add an extra egg or 2, some cottage cottage cheese, less milk, diced ham or bacon or sausage, diced mushrooms and onions, chopped spinach, a couple of tablespoons of melted butter, flour, whatever shredded cheeses you like, salt and pepper and mix it all together in a bowl and ladle into the tins. Need to cook a little longer as it is a bit more dense.


  1. Claudia Dawn
    Good recipe with lots of possibilities. Could substitute ham or cooked bacon pieces for the sausage; and different cheeses. Next time I'll mix the cheese into the egg so it will be cheesy throughout the muffin. I like that it can be made ahead and reheated in the microwave when needed for a quick breakfast. Thanks, Erin!
  2. bbbombshell
    Very yummy! My first time ever making quiche and it turned out great. Substituted baking mix and sausage with pancake mix and spinach.


I live in Tampa, FL with my husband and 6 year old daughter. I work full time which leaves me little time for other activities, however my weekends are filled with cooking. In what little time I have left over after all my other responsibilities I enjoy reading and watching a little television. <a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"></a> <img src="" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket">
View Full Profile

Find More Recipes