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!

Mini Mexican Quiches

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

By Chef in Training Published: April 21, 2013

    These are such a flavorful and unique spin on a traditional breakfast favorite!

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    1. Combine spinach, cottage cheese, Parmesan cheese and cheddar cheese in a medium bowl and stir well.
    2. Add eggs, milk, cumin, pepper and cilantro and stir into spinach mixture.
    3. Spoon mixture into a greased regular size muffin tin.
    4. Bake at 375 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until cooked through.
    5. Let sit for 5 minutes then serve with toppings and enjoy!

    Enjoy!

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


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    1. 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.

      • Chef in Training

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

      • 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.