I've been struggling with my numbers recently, so I've decided to try harder to make better food choices. I've made Alan's crustless quiche numerous times and both my husband and I enjoy it immensely. What I was wondering is: has anyone tried making it in those mini dishes for individual servings? Also, would the individual servings lend themselves to being stored in the freezer after they were baked?
I've never made it as individual serves but I see no reason why not. I may try it myself, using ramekins or one-serve pie dishes.
You may need to monitor progress in the oven the first time. I suspect they would need less time to cook. Note that I use five eggs, not four, for the full quiche these days, modified to suit a slightly larger quiche dish.
I store left over sectors in the freezer as single serves in clingwrap. I reheat them in the microwave. If I made them with a cheese base (as I sometimes do) I sear them briefly in the frying pan to add a little crispness after reheating.
Any suggestions for breakfast would also be appreciated as it seems that breakfast is my hardest meal thus far to make decent food choices.
Some of my standards: Breakfasts.
Yesterday was Stuffed Mushrooms
, this morning simple bacon, chipolata and egg.