Mini Ham Quiches
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 20 min.
AWESOME using Honey Baked Ham. I substituted chopped bell peppers for the olives. Will be freezing most of them for a quick breakfast or dinner.
Made this for breakfast this morning for me and my family. Very easy to put together and was very tasty. Definitely will be making this again. Thank you for posting.
This was hit and miss with my family. Stars ranged from a 1 to 4, so I'm giving it a 4 (what I gave it) but I promised family I would never make it again. They were all wanting ham and cheese sandwiches on home made bread. I thought the olives were a great addition .
I made these with sausage because I didn’t have any ham. I also added sautéed onion. They were delicious. I plan on making them again with bacon, leeks and gruyere.
I found this recipe years ago on the Bisquick box, very good.
Wonderful ! I used the mini muffin tins instead of the standard size, used muffin paper liners and served them at our New Year's Eve family party as an appetizer. They were devoured !
This was so quick and easy, I was surprised at the result! I didn’t have any Black Olives, so I used Pimento Stuffed Green Olives. The red of the pimento and the green of the olives made the mini quiche very colorful.
Great classic recipe! These mini quiches come together quickly! Using what I had in hand -- whole milk, still turned out great. With a fresh fruit salad this made a great brunch for after church. As a Taste of Home volunteer food editor I love cooking for my family. This was loved by all.
I used sausage instead of ham, skipped the olives, put salsa in instead of hot pepper, and it was still amazing!
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