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  • Makes 24
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients

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When asked to “bring a dish” to my daughters school Christmas party, I whipped up this simple finger food – mini quiches.

I had some leftovers that were great for school lunch boxes and an easy after school snack.


Ingredients (makes 24 Mini quiches)

  • Puff pastry 3 sheets
  • eggs 4 largr
  • Shredded Tasty cheese Handful
  • Bacon 100g
  • Corn Half cup
  • Potatoes 2 medium
  • Brown onion Half

Method

  1. Take out 3 sheets of puff pastry to thaw on the kitchen counter. Meanwhile cut up onion, bacon and potatoes into small cubes, and fry on a pan until golden.
  2. Using a cup or round pastry / cookie cutter, cut out puff pastry, about 1cm diameter larger than mini muffin tin size.
  3. Crack 4 eggs and a pinch of salt into a bowl and wisk well.
  4. Place puff pastry rounds into the mini muffin tray and spoon in cooked bacon mixture, then spoon in egg mix and top with a bit of tasty cheese.
  5. Bake in the oven at 170 degrees for 10 mins

  • These are great for lunch boxes too.

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  • Yum… yes please. My daughter makes something similar

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  • Love these. Also good with chorizo cut up small instead of bacon.

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  • Fantastic! The perfect bite sized party snack :)

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  • Yum. Mini Quiches are perfect party food. Thanks for the recipe. Love the photo.

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  • they look delicious, thanks for sharing :-)

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  • Great idea. They look quick and easy to make.

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  • Mini quiches are so versatile and so popular! Many ways to change them up by adding different meats and different veggies. Quick lunch, easy tea, lunchbox treats and party platters.

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  • these look doable and a variety of mixtures could be added to get more veg etc or different things i to kids. Hadn’t thought to put potatoes in.

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  • A delicious treat we all love to indulge in!

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  • Always a winner! Love these.

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  • Mini quiches are always fun. I’m not keen on corn and bacon but you can fill them as you like.

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  • So simple and so easy to make looks great

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  • Instead of pastry I use slices of buttered bread with the crusts cut off.

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  • perfect for unexpected guests or a quick and easy finger food lunch – thank you for sharing your recipe

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  • Super quick and easy recipe – thanks!

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  • That sounds nice and tasty, thank you.

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  • So simple yet very appetizing and tasty looking

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  • They look great and would be so much better than the frozen ones

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  • this looks delicious

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