Thank you. What I am trying for is something more to the protein side like the quiche, but small like a couple bites that would be held. They don't want to have to use plates, but just napkins at this breakfast. Their other dinners/breakfasts/lunches are full meal types with plates and all.
Yes, you can. I found an easy mini quiche using the phyllo, I chop an apple into small bits put a chunch or two into the cup and a Chunk of Brie and bake at 350 for 10-15 minutes just until the edges of the Phyllo start to brown.
Two other simple ideas... 15 baked miniature phyllo tart shells (one 2.1-ounce box) 1 6 - 8 ounce carton low-fat lemon or vanilla yogurt or even Fage 0% Plain Greek yogurt as the berries with sweeten. 2/3 cup fresh blueberries, raspberries, and/or cut-up strawberries Fill phyllo tart shells with yogurt. Top with blueberries, raspberries, and/or cut up strawberries. Serve at once or cover and chill up to 3 hours before serving. Makes 15 miniature tarts.
Appetizer Phillo Shells fill with cocktail sauce and top with a shrimp...easy and good low calorie. Make them look pretty with a spring or parsely and a snip of cilantro.
At church on Easter they always have finger foods for breakfast. I mean things like sweet rolls, doughnuts, candy, etc. I would like to try something that would be more healthy. I thoughtt I saw something with a quiche in a pastry shell, but now I can't find it. I got some phyllo shells to put the individual egg dish in. Will the quiche recipes work in those for individual finger food size ones? I haven't ever tried to make any before, but would like to try. I have some sausage I would like to cook to mix in and have some spinach. I am not sure what else I have, but would like some help with how you do those. Thanks. Darlene
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