Easy Mini Egg Quiches

Easy Mini Egg Quiches:

These delightful bite-sized treats offer a tantalizing blend of fluffy eggs, savory fillings, and delicate pastry shells, all baked to golden perfection. Each miniature quiche is a miniature masterpiece, combining simplicity with sophistication to create a savory sensation that delights the palate.

The journey begins with a tender pastry crust, carefully crafted to provide the perfect foundation for the rich and creamy egg filling. This buttery crust, with its flaky texture and golden hue, adds a touch of decadence to every bite, complementing the savory flavors that await within.

The star of the show is the luscious egg filling, a velvety mixture of beaten eggs, creamy dairy, and a medley of flavorful ingredients. From crisp bacon to tender vegetables to tangy cheeses, the filling options are limited only by the imagination. Each mini quiche is a canvas waiting to be adorned with the chef’s choice of delectable ingredients, resulting in a tantalizing array of flavor combinations to suit every taste.

As the mini quiches bake in the oven, the air fills with the irresistible aroma of eggs, cheese, and herbs mingling together in perfect harmony. The pastry shells turn golden brown, their edges crisping ever so slightly as the filling puffs up in the heat, creating a visual feast for the eyes.

Once removed from the oven, these miniature marvels are allowed to cool briefly before being eagerly devoured by hungry guests. Whether served as an elegant appetizer at a dinner party or enjoyed as a convenient grab-and-go breakfast, these Easy Mini Egg Quiches are sure to impress with their irresistible combination of flavor, texture, and charm.


5 large eggs
1 tablespoon grated onion
1/2 cup chopped ham
1/2 cup heavy cream
1 cup grated cheese
1 tbsp grated onion
2-3 sheets puff pastry


1. Preheat the oven to 400°F.

2. Grease a muffin pan.

3. In a bowl, beat the eggs, heavy cream, grated onion, and season with salt and pepper using a fork until well-combined.

4. Cut and line each muffin hole with puff pastry.

5. Divide the chopped ham and 1/2 grated cheese into the muffin holes, then spoon in the egg mixture. Top with the rest of the cheese.

6. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until the quiches are golden and set.

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