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Old Mon, Jul-18-11, 16:53
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These were Delish!!!! Thanks for sharing (I know this is a very old post!)
I took a pic of mine. They were huge and actually very filling!



Thanks for sharing the picture. I plan to make some tonight
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Old Mon, Jul-18-11, 17:44
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Does anyone know if these would freeze well? It's just me, so I'm thinking it'd be nice to make them and freeze some for later.
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Old Tue, Jul-19-11, 16:56
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Does anyone know if these would freeze well? It's just me, so I'm thinking it'd be nice to make them and freeze some for later.


No, I don't, sorry.
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Old Wed, Jul-20-11, 12:01
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Does anyone know if these would freeze well? It's just me, so I'm thinking it'd be nice to make them and freeze some for later.


I don't think you can freeze them. I know when you freeze eggs the white part gets crystalized and rubbery. Also in general I think you can't really freeze dairy food. But if you try it please let us know for sure!
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Old Wed, Jul-20-11, 16:18
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Well, maybe I'll just freeze one to find out. I have chickens at home, so I can 'afford' to test it out, hee hee. We get at least a dozen eggs a day.
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Old Wed, Jul-20-11, 22:01
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I wanted to make these tonight, but when I was in the chest freezer looking for something else entirely, I found a chunk of real ham - squee! I have to wait for that to thaw, then I'll cube and saute' it for these muffins. I'm thinking ham, cheddar and green onion. Yum!
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Old Mon, Jul-30-12, 14:42
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I made these over the weekend. Really good. I added onions to mine. Will definitely make again.
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Old Tue, Jul-31-12, 09:07
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Now you gone and made me hungry.......lol 2nd breakfast,sounds good to me
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Old Tue, Jul-31-12, 09:59
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I make these pretty often but I put them into a casserole dish and cut into squares. My husband devours them.
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Old Tue, Jul-31-12, 10:36
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I will have to try it in a casserole dish. I had one for breakfast this morning!!!
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Old Sun, Aug-12-12, 12:29
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We are trying these 'muffins" today! I made a pan of mini muffins to entice the children to dig in. THe large adult muffins are in the oven now.
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Old Mon, Aug-13-12, 11:22
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Planning on making these tonight for breakfast the rest of the week. Going to try it in the casserole dish this time.
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Old Sun, May-11-14, 06:15
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Made these a couple of days ago, really lovely, BUT...I'm still trying to clean the muffin tin!!! Actually, I've decided to throw it away and try to find a better non stick one!
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Old Mon, May-12-14, 11:07
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Silicone muffin cups work really well for these. The muffins pop out leaving no eggy residue behind. I'm not a fan of silicone baking pans and sheets for everything, but I bought a set just for this recipe.
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Old Thu, Jan-15-15, 15:00
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Great recipe. Cooked last night and ate a couple this morning. More filling than I'd thought they'd be.

Have frozen the other 10. Frozen quiche before and it's fine so imagine these will work.

Be super handy for a quick brekkie when no time to cook. Might even be able to convince my wife to stop light and easy and go onto this diet with me! (Her big concern was breakfasts.)
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