As a college student, planning a party or get together with your friends can be a very stressful process. The food provided can make or break an event, and you must decide the best options that are luxurious in taste, but not in cost or effort. Appetizers set the tone of the event and keep guests satisfied. If you are like me and are often inspired to cook amazing food for your friends, but are intimidated by lengthy, confusing recipes this is the perfect way to impress your guests without the stress. Instead of settling for the traditional chips and dip or stooping to order take-out, step up your game with these mini quiche muffins.
These mini quiches are simple to make and are sure to make your study group feel like they are at a fancy dinner party or decadent brunch rather than studying for midterms. The best part is that all the ingredients are ones that you probably already have in your fridge, such as eggs, cheese, vegetables, and deli meat; and you can swap out ingredients depending on your preference. These mini quiche muffins are also a clever way to incorporate healthy ingredients into a delicious dish.
- 8 eggs
- 2 tablespoons of milk
- 2 cans of Pillsbury crescent rolls
- 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
- 1 cup of spinach, broccoli, and diced ham
- Muffin tin
1). Preheat oven to 375 Fahrenheit and grease muffin tin
2). Beat eggs and milk together by hand or in a mixer until combined
3). Finely chop ham, broccoli, spinach, and any other desired ingredients
4). Unroll crescent rolls and cut into squares, and press them into muffin tin
5). Disperse ingredients evenly into muffin holes
6). Pour egg mixture evenly in each muffin hole
7). Cook for 25-30 minutes
8). Enjoy and impress your friends with your fancy cooking skills
Nutritional, Efficient & Simplistic
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