Mini Mexican Quiches

Sorry for the absence this weekend :) I have been enjoying my time at SNAP conference and have been a little pre-occupied learning some amazing things for this crazy and fun blogging journey. Have no fear though, I am back and ready to get this week kicked off with some flavor ;-)

I love these cute little quiches because they have a unique and tasty Mexican twist to them, and we all know by now how much I love my Mexican food. Topped with some sour cream and juicy tomato and my palate was in heaven!  If you are looking for a change to your typical quiche recipe, definitely give this a try!

Mini Mexican Quiches on chef-in-training.com ...These are such a flavorful and unique spin on a traditional breakfast favorite! YUM!

Enjoy!

(recipe from: Better Home and Gardens Cooking for Today Vegetarian Recipes Cookbook)

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  1. Averie @ Averie Cooks

    Too cute! I actually thought they were stuffed mini portobellos before I read muffin tin. Love the idea, Nikki! Tell us more about Snap when you have time!

  2. Faith

    These look ahh-mazing! I love that they're vegetarian and mexican! The mozzarella and tomato topping looks so cute!

  3. Duanna

    Sounds wonderful, I will definitely be using this one very soon. One question I cannot find where to add the 1/2 cups grated Parmesan Cheese. Am assuming to add it with the cheddar, spinach and cottage cheese. Please confirm. thanks for sharing so many wonderful recipes.

    1. Chef in Training

      Yes you are correct. So sorry about that. Thanks for catching that. The recipe has now been updated.

  4. Nancy

    can you bake them in the mini muffin pans? if so what is the cooking time

    1. Chef in Training

      I am not sure, I haven't done it that way before. It will probably take less time, you will just have to watch them to they reach the point where the eggs are cooked through. Sorry I am not much more help on that. If I try it out, I will let you know.

  5. Barbara Biedenharn

    Eggs added in step 1 or step 2? Can't wait to try this!

    1. Chef in Training

      SO sorry about that. They are added in step 2. Thanks for catching that.

  6. Tony

    You have 4 eggs in the ingredient list. Are they added in step 1 or 2?

    1. Chef in Training

      SO sorry about that. They are added in step 2. Thanks for catching that.

  7. Sika

    Wow, I definitely will try these mini Mexican quiches. I totally like making all kinds of quiche. They are soo good.

  8. Liz

    Nice recipe - thank you.

  9. Jessica

    how many does this make i have a class of 25 that is having a party and i need to know soon plz