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I love quiche, but I've never made or tried a crustless quiche.
The sausage cups sound so good!
I made a homemade chicken caesar salad today that was pretty good: I didn't do the croutons, of course. And, I cut two chicken breasts in half, seasoned them with salt & pepper and put the 4 fillets on a baking sheet under a broiler, flipping once until they were done.
Pretty good! Made a ton of dressing, so I had some left over. I also had some chicken, so tomorrow I may have a chicken caesar wrap for lunch.
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I love crustless quiches (I just made a broccoli and cheddar one just less than an hour ago actually!). I use the whole egg too, and double (heavy cream).Makes for a delicious fat bomb...yum yum.
I find that once you have the basic recipe down, you can mix it up with whatever fillings you want. I never thought of making them as mini cupcake size though. Might have to try that. I tend to just make a whole one and cut them into individual portions and freeze them to have for the rest of the week.
Wow! I have to try that, but like the others I have to use whole eggs... The idea of cracking an egg open and throwing part of it away just does not make sense to me! LOL
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Sounds so simple to make. And I could freeze some and reheat later.
Thanks for the recipe!
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Wow that does sound simple and good! I'd use whole eggs too.
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Sounds good, though I'd use whole eggs and cream.
Press a raw sausage patty into the bottom of 12 cupcake tins. Blend 1.5 cups egg whites, 1.5 cups spinach, 1/2 cup cheese and 1/2 cup milk together in a blender. Top the sausage with the egg mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
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