Mini Breakfast Quiches...Oh yeah, they're THAT good.

  • 1 16 oz pkg lean Jenni-O mild turkey breakfast sausage
  • 2 Cups frozen hash browns, thawed
  • 1 Cup finely shredded cheese (4 reduced fat mozzarella string cheese sticks)
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 ½ Cups Bisquick
  • 1 ½ Cups 2% Milk
  • Salt & Pepper

This recipe is really very simple. And oh so very yummy.

1) Cook the sausage. I used turkey, but you can use whatever your heart desires. When it’s thoroughly cooked run it through your food processor until it’s finely crumbled. Set aside.

2) Cook the hash browns, salt and pepper to taste. Make them as brown as you want then set them aside.

3) Grate your cheese sticks. Ha ha. The only cheese I had was string cheese, so that’s what I used. If that’s what you’ve got, follow these instructions…otherwise be happy in the knowledge that you have pre-shredded cheese. I put my cheese sticks in the food processor and grated them that way, which produced a really finely grated cheese. Of course, please use whichever cheese you love the most. I happen to love mozzarella, but any cheese will work just fine. If you want your quiches more cheesey, use more cheese! Set aside.

4) Now preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

5) Scramble your eggs, (but don’t cook them!) then add the Bisquick and milk to the bowl. I mixed them together and then threw the whole mess into the blender to remove the lumps. It should be very liquidy.

6) Now you can assemble your quiches. Take a muffin pan, or use the new-fangled square muffin pan, and liberally spray the cups with cooking spray. Put about a tablespoon of the eggy liquid mixture in the bottom of each cup, then layer the rest. I evenly distributed the ingredients in this order: hash browns, sausage and cheese. When you're done with that pour the eggy liquid over each cup, filling each one equally.

7) Pop them into the oven for about 25 minutes, or until the knife comes out clean when you poke them. Pull them out and let them cool, serve and enjoy!

8) Now, the reason I used 4 eggs is so that each quiche is a complete breakfast. I mean, think about it. Each quiche has bread, eggs, sausage and hash browns all wrapped up in one awesome package. But if you want to serve it with scrambled eggs and fruit, please do so!

This recipe makes 12 individual quiches. Now, if you're anything like me you really don't want to eat quiche every morning for 12 days in a row, so the beauty of these is the fact that you can wrap each one and pop them in the freezer. Then, when you're in the mood for quiche simple unthaw and pop in the microwave!

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