I never planned on posting recipes to this blog, but people keep asking me for them so I guess its time to start!!! Here is a great recipe for on the go breakfast quiches. My son who does not eat veggies, is eating one (with spinach) as I type this, telling me he likes the green stuff! I guess I will have to start taking pictures too.

Breakfast Quiche Muffins

4 eggs

1 cup heavy cream

10 slices of bacon cooked and chopped

1 cup cheese of your choice- I use Havarti Dill

Small onion chopped

1 cup spinach or broccoli (or both)

Salt, pepper, ground mustard powder and smoked paprika

Preheat oven to 375.

Sauté onions and vegetables in the bacon grease and a tablespoon of butter, set aside

In bowl whisk the eggs, add the cream and seasoning & whisk some more. Add cheese, bacon and vegetables (with slotted spoon so it’s not too soggy).

Coat muffin tin with cooking spray, and pour quiche batter into each cup (about ½ way)

Bake for 20 minutes and check with a toothpick to see if it comes clean. I generally cook these for 30 minutes but oven temperatures vary.

These freeze well so you can make several batches.

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