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Petite Quiche Appetizers with Bacon

Petite Quiche recipe
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Swiss cheese and bits of crumbled bacon give these quiche appetizer bites their cheesy, smoky appeal.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
24 appetizers, 1 quiche each
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posted:
7/5/2007
I made this recipe for mother's day brunch. It was a hit! I used a homemade pie crust in ramekins, and added some green pepper and an extra egg. I also used milk instead of the half and half. Delicious!
posted:
10/30/2006
I made this for my mothers book club and they all loved it! I would say that next time I would get a bigger pie crust to use and or use two. And also they are really best when served warm, though no one minded them being served cold.
posted:
6/5/2006
I found the recipe easy for the most part. Can anyone come up with mini quiche shells, then it would be just too great! Everyone loved them and they were gone within the first five minutes. I would definitely make them again.
posted:
5/24/2006
The bacon was good in this recipe. You could also add green/red/yellow peppers, spring onions, a little garlic and different meats. Was great as an appy or make a big one for an entree.
posted:
5/18/2006
This recipe is great to make for a get together. The tops come out a little fluffy looking. Could always add things like green bell pepper, or onions to the mix as well. I will definately be making this one again.
posted:
5/5/2006
Ive made this recipe several times, varying the meats and cheeses, and also adding veggies. These freeze very well, also. let them defrost in the frig and pop them into the oven just to warm them. You'd never know they were frozen!
posted:
4/10/2006
I changed it by using reshaped crescent roll dough for each crust to fit a ramekin, added 3 T drained spinach to the mix, and substitued 1/2 cup milk plus a heaping Tbsp Miracle Whip for the half-and-half, using the beater to get it to smooth out with the eggs. I used one ramekin per crescent roll sheet with 2 Tbsp mix, then lightly folded the corners. It was good - but could use some more flavor. Next time I will also change it by using 8 pcs bacon, 1/4 cup more cheese, 1/8 tsp garlic powder and a dash of cayenne. Then see if it knocks his socks off!
posted:
3/11/2006
These little things are delicious! Made them for the holidays and they were a hit! I added a mixture of cheese instead of just swiss. Will make these again for sure!!!!!
posted:
11/28/2005
These are totally addicting!! Put these out for a party or bring them as an appetizer to someone else's and they'll disappear like crazy. I'd highly recommend making a double - or even a triple batch so you're not stuck trying to whip up more during your party - either way, there won't be ANY left!
posted:
8/28/2005
it's a big hit in our house!
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