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Breakfast Quiche in a Muffin Pan

breakfast-quiche-in-a-muffin-pan-headerWe've got a fun breakfast recipe for you to make on those mornings you have nothing important to get done!

It's Saturday. You slept in, feel great and now you have nothing planned for the day. What better way to get the morning going than cook up a delicious breakfast?! Check out this easy breakfast quiche recipe you can make using a muffin pan!

Breakfast Quiche Ingredients

  • 5 eggs- you can use a mixture of egg whites and yolks or the entire eggs!
  • Crescent rolls
  • Shredded cheese
  • Green onion
  • Red onion
  • Red pepper
  • Sliced mushrooms
  • A Protein: think black beans, bacon, ground beef, etc.
  • NOTE: You can use any type of vegetable or meats you have in the fridge. Bacon, ground beef, asparagus, spinach... you name it! This is really about creating what tastes good to you.

2- Ingredients

Directions for Making Breakfast Quiche

1. Chop up all the vegetables you want to include in your recipe. You can chop them however you prefer, but I like to dice them up.

3- Chop Ingredients

2. Cook your chopped veggies in a sauté pan. Add the (beef-less) ground beef as well. I like to use a non-stick spray. But, you can also sauté them in olive oil or butter.

4- Cook Chopped Ingredients

3. Crack your eggs into a bowl and mix them for 1-2 minutes as if you are making scrambled eggs.

4. Spray your muffin tin with non-stick spray and line with crescent rolls.

5- Crescents in Pan

5. Add the veggie and meat mixture to the crescent roll cups.

6-Mixture in crescents

6. Add in whisked egg to each cup until it is almost full.

7- Egg and Mixture in Crescents

7. Top the tops with shredded cheese.

8-Cheese on Top

8. Bake in the oven at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes. They should a little browned on top. You can check to make sure the inside of the quiche is done using a toothpick.

9-Baked Product

Let them cool a minute or two once you pull them from the oven in case they are hot. After they cool, serve and enjoy! I promise they won't disappoint!

11-FinishedQuiche2

 

Monica Kucera

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Monica Kucera is a graduate of DePaul University and currently an Account Coordinator MACLYN. She also has her personal training certification through NASM and loves helping people reach their fitness goals! She has previously worked for Chicago Sun-Times Media and interned with NBC Chicago.

Kucera has also written for The Chicago Sun-Times Pioneer Press, Red Line Project, Abroad 101 blog and The DePaulia, DePaul's student newspaper. She received an Online News Association award for her attribution covering the G8 Summit for The Red Line Project.

Personally, Kucera loves hiking, cooking and crafting DIY projects!