Mini Quiches

Sue Loncaric    April 21, 2016    8 Comments on Mini Quiches

mini quiches

These mini quiches are so versatile as you can be creative with your filling.  They are perfect for snacks, parties, school lunches or that special ‘High Tea’ menu.

I use pre-made pastry but you can make your own if you have time.


1 pkt of ready rolled puff pastry

3 Eggs

½ cup heavy Cream

1 cup of grated cheddar cheese

2 Shallots finely sliced

3 rashers of Bacon

Half bunch finely chopped parsley

Salt and pepper to taste



Preheat Oven to 180C

Spray 2 patty cake trays with non stick cooking oil spray

Using a small round cutter, cut rounds in pastry and line patty cake moulds.

Finely slice shallots (spring onions) Pan Fry until just tender, set aside.

Finely chop bacon and fry until cooked but not too crispy allow to cool slightly.

Lightly whisk the eggs and cream in a bowl until light and fluffy

Add the cheddar cheese and parsley and mix well

Add shallots and bacon, salt and pepper to taste to the egg mixture.

Spoon into pastry cases – don’t overfill.

Cook for 15 – 20 minutes or until golden.

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8 thoughts on “Mini Quiches

    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      Yes they are yummy Jeffrey! I can’t stop at one as I love savoury food and these just pop in your mouth!

    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      They are delicious and the kids just love them because they aren’t too big. It is hard to stop at one though!

  1. Kathleen

    I can smell them cooking, yum. It looks like a great recipe Sue and I also like to use ready made pastry (most of the time) less mess and quicker. These mini quiches would be nice as finger food or for lunch with a plate of salad. Thanks for bringing quality posts to The Blogger’s Pit Stop.

    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      Yes Kathleen I don’t bother with homemade pastry unless I really want to impress. These are so easy and quick and yes served with salad for a light lunch is a good idea.


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