Vegetable Quiche Cups

"This is my version. I think they are good hot or cold and they are not fattening. I have used regular size muffin tins and also smaller bite size tins so adjust your recipe accordinly as well as cooking time. Also you may use type of cheese and amount for your taste buds."
 
Vegetable Quiche Cups created by Nimz_
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40mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven 350 degrees.
  • Spray muffin tins with cooking oil.
  • Saute first 6 ingredients.
  • Add shredded cheese to eggs until blended.
  • Place sauted veggies and ham in bottom of each tin (approx. 1/2 tsp-depending on size of tins).
  • Pour egg and cheese mixture over each tin almost to top.
  • Bake 20 - 30 minutes again depends on size of tins.
  • Serve hot or cold.
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  1. viccsgr
    are these regular size muffin tins or mini tins? i am quite confused on what side muffine tin to use. can someone please advise me?
     
  2. The Esquire
    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!
     
  3. The Esquire
    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!
     
  4. Emmyification
    These are so good!!! I made 12 instead of 18 and they are Great!!!
     
  5. Bobbie S.
    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.
     
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