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It's hard to find good gluten free breakfast ideas. These gluten free mini quiche are adorable and super tasty. My family loves these mini ham bites for special occasions, but are just as happy when I serve the simpler gluten free crustless quiche version!
Gluten Free Mini Quiche
It’s so very hard to find good gluten free breakfast ideas. Like really hard. In an act of desperation, and immense cravings, I have developed this crustless quiche recipe and a more upscale version of it for Holiday entertaining. If a simple crustless quiche won’t do for the occasion, I suggest you make the gluten free mini quiche that are darling to look at and even more darling because of the gluten free crust. I’ve adapted the recipe from a Pampered Chef recipe that was shared online years ago called “Mini Ham Puffs”.
These were my go to brunch item and a breakfast food I sorely missed when going gluten free. The good news is I’ve found a way for those gluten free peeps in your life to enjoy them again as well! The recipes are included in a special feature called “Holidays Made Easy” that was organized by the amazing April at Illistyle. You’ll see how several wonderful bloggers got together to bring you superb ideas to make your holidays easy. There will be a post everyday for the next 5 days, so be sure not to miss out! You’ll see more about this towards the bottom of this post!
Gluten Free Mini Quiche Recipe:
Gluten Free Mini Quiche
- 2.5 ounces ham finely chopped
- 2 Tablespoons onion finely chopped
- ½ cup mexican or cheddar cheese shredded
- 1 egg
- 1 ½ teaspoons Dijon mustard
- ⅛ teaspoon ground black pepper
- Green onions
- ½ portion recipe using my Gluten Free Crackers Recipe
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees (F). Spray a mini muffin pan with vegetable, olive oil, or canola oil spray. Chop the ham and onion well and place in a medium sized mixing bowl. Mix in an egg, the cheese, mustard and black pepper. Mix well.
- Chop the ham and onion well and place in a medium sized mixing bowl. Mix in an egg, the cheese, mustard and black pepper. Mix well.
- Press about 2 teaspoons of dough into the mini muffin pan. You will want to also spray your hands so the dough won’t stick to you. Make an indent and have it go up the sides of the pan. They should look like this:
- Using another small scoop, fill each of the dough cups with a small scoop of the ham mixture. Bake 12-14 minutes or until the ham bites are lightly browned. Sprinkle chopped green onions on top for garnish. Remove from pan and serve immediately.
Crustless Quiche Recipe
- Use the above recipe, but double it and omit the cracker crust recipe. Place mixture into an 8x8 baking pan that has been sprayed liberally with oil. Bake at the same temperature, but closer to 20 minutes. The quiche will be lightly browned. Sprinkle cut green onions on top for garnish. Cut into small pieces, or larger pieces. The choice is up to you!
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April @ illistyle says
YUM! As a GF momma these are a blessing! My little one and I always feel left out of the appetizer party... ya know? This will be so appreciated at our house! xoxo
MrsMajor Hoff says
Totally agree! Especially at breakfasts. There are always so many casseroles and bread dishes and never any that I can eat! LOL. Glad I could help you out!
Cori George says
Yum! I want to make some of these for breakfast.
Ali Williams says
Hi! Just wanted to say thanks for linking up to Savoring Saturdays! We are back from a break for the holidays and I'm featuring your recipe on this weeks post. Hope to see you again this weekend!
Have you ever tried freezing them? Just curious how well they do reheating.
You know, I never have. But I think it's common for people to freeze quiche, so you might give it a whirl! Thanks for asking!