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Mini Quiche Lorraine Biscuits

Mini Quiche Lorraine Biscuits

Take your two favorite coffee shop pastries, bake them together, and you get these savory biscuit tarts

Quiche Lorraine and biscuits are both brunch classics, so why not merge them together? This savory dish is packed with favorite flavors but super easy to make.

This recipe is courtesy of Pillsbury.

Ingredients

  • 1 tube (8 count) canned biscuits, preferably Pillsbury Grand
  • 4 eggs
  • 3/4 Cups shredded Swiss cheese
  • 2/3 Cups baby spinach
  • 2/3 Cups diced ham
  • 2 Tablespoons cream or half and half
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt
  • 1/3 Teaspoon pepper

Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

The first Day of Spring is almost here, but Mother Nature isn't co-operating unfortunately. We have had temps in the 30's with snow this March. Last year we had temps in the 80's for nine days, and now this weeks we will have temps in the low 30's and high 20's, and more snow, unbelievable. Anyway, last week it was my turn to host Bunco, so I had a Springtime in Paris Party, complete with a mini Eiffel Tower, and French food. Even though we didn't have Spring weather, we could "transport" ourselves to Paris for the evening, n'est-ce-pas?

For our French Menu, which was appetizers first and dessert later in the evening, I made Mini Quiche Lorraine, Spinach Mushroom Crepes, Baked Brie with a Balsamic Reduction, Mini Croissants with Chicken Salad, and Crudites with a Herb Yogurt Dip. For the dessert portion, I made Mini Pink Velevet Bundt Cakes, Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Ganache, and Chocolat Pots de Creme We also sipped on French Champagne Punch. Most of the recipes will be posted alter. We had a lot of food, and a lot of fun.

I wanted to make Mini Quiche Lorraine as one of the appetizers, because they are so French and so good besides. What could be better than cheese, bacon, and onion combined in a cute little crust? Now, I did use the refrigerated pie crusts, because I was short on time, but can use your own crust recipe, if you like. So many things to make, and so little time. These little quiches can be made ahead and frozen, which I did. I just put them in a freezer container, covered with plastic wrap, and in the freezer. Defrost in the fridge, and reheat in the microwave. These little quiches would be perfect for an Easter Brunch. If you wanted them a little larger , just make them in a regular cupcake pan. Bon Appetit!



Serve either warm or at room temperature..

I linked up my recipe to [email protected] Country Cook's Weekend Potluck #59
Stop by and say Hi to Brandie!


5 comments:

Man, I want to join your bunco group and I don't even know what bunco is! All the different foods you made sound fantastic and these quiches look delicious.

(I'm sorry about the snow and cold. Really, I am.)

christiane,
Bunco is a game with dice, where you can play, eat, and talk at the same time. I got a little carried away making all of those French dishes. Somehow, I think that are really, really glad that you have warm weather.:)


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