Breakfast rules in my house. It’s the one meal we never miss and never skimp on—for no other reason then breakfast food is the best food (next to dessert of course!).
In fact, we love it so much, we often do breakfast for lunch and breakfast for dinner. And these breakfast quichelettes are a favorite. They’re almost never the same, since the recipe is highly adaptable and always made from what we have on hand.
In fact it’s a great recipe for a refrigerator clean out too. So while the recipe lists certain ingredients here, you can of course swap out the meat and vegetable ratio to what you have on hand and same goes for the cheese. You can see from the picture I did three different kinds: Sausage and Peppers, Mushroom and Leeks, and Asparagus and Feta.
The things to keep same are the egg and milk ratio and of course the Bisquick mix. Speaking of which, if you don’t already have Bisquick in your pantry—start stocking it. It’s a staple in mine and should be in yours as well. It’s one of those versatile ingredients that will help you quickly throw together any meal like these quichelettes, or this pizza here, a no-fuss dessert like this, fast and simple dinners like this one. See what I mean about how Bisquick makes meal making easier.
There you have it, no excuses—go grab your Bisquick box and join me and let’s Get Your Betty On! For more ideas and inspiration, check out the following Bisquick resources:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bisquick
- Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/bisquick/
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Betty Crocker via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine.
- ½ cup crumbled cooked sausage
- ½ cup zuchinni
- 1/3 cup red bell peppers chopped
- 3 tablespoons finely grated Parmesan cheese
- ¼ cup grated sharp cheddar cheese
- ¼ cup Bisquick mix
- ½ cup milk
- 2 eggs
Preparation: Heat oven to 400ºF. Spray muffin pan wells with non-stick spray.
- In a large bowl combine and mix together sausage, zuchinni and bell peppers; set aside. In a separate bowl combine and mix together both cheese, Bisquick mix, milk and eggs.
- Assembly: Using an ice cream scoop or a large spoon fill muffin wells 1/3 the way up with sausage and vegetable mixture. Pour wet mixture on top until muffin well is almost full.
- Bake uncovered for about 15-17 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean. Transfer to a wire rack and cool for 5 minutes.
Jenny Flake says
Love bite size breakfasts!! Perfect!
Jennifer Farley says
These sound just fabulous. I love sausage and cheese together.
Averie @ Averie Cooks says
How adorable and awesome are these!!! Pinned 🙂
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Tieghan Gerard says
These are so cute and they sound so good! Also, bisquick will always be a life saver! 🙂
The Blonde Chef says
That pan is stunning! Seriously, where on earth did you find it?! And I love mini quiches, especially when they look this good!
Lauren @ Climbing Grier Mountain says
These are flipping adorable and so easy to whip up!
Laura (Tutti Dolci) says
Perfect on the go breakfast!
Erin @ Simple, Sweet & Savory says
These are so cute! And so gourmet. A fancy, bite-sized breakfast. What more could you ask for??
Mary @ The Kitchen Paper says
Yum! I agree about breakfast — clearly the most important. And then of course breakfast dessert, which is just as important as breakfast itself! These quichelettes sounds delicious — and I bet would freeze well for hurried mornings!
The Ninja Baker says
Beautiful photos & brilliant recipe, Naomi. Thanks for the tip on doubling the milk to the Bisquik.
Laurie McNamara says
I love that these are loaded with goodies!! PS: quichelettes<— best word ever!
Mary Frances says
How fun! I love that you can easily personalize each one to satisfy the whole family’s palate.
Is it crazy that I have never thought of using different veggies & meats in each cup. But this is absolutely perfect especially for weekday morning no more boring breakfasts!
Jessica @ Sweet Menu says
Totally agree with you there – breakfast is the best! These little quiches look super cute!
Denise | TLT says
Couldn’t agree more: breakfast rules. All-day breakfast is totally fine for me and with pretty dishes like these quichelettes (love that name) it’s even better.
Lori @ RecipeGirl says
My family would go crazy for these breakfast bites!
Excuse me while I eat this whole pan! Yum.
Catherine McCord says
Love it when something so tasty looks so easy!
These look nummy. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and these are a perfect way to start it!
Am confused! The batter part recipe(milk, egg and bisquick) as written is not large enough to fill 12 regular size muffin tins is it?
This made 6 regular size muffins. There is no way, no how that those muffin tins pictured above made 12 muffins with this recipe. It’s a good recipe – it’s much the same as the regular bisquix quiche recipe. I just hate that I made this with the expectation of getting 12 muffins and I actually only got half that.