Excellent and delightfully flexible dish! After reading the many reviews, I incorporated some of the suggestions and made a couple modifications of my own...
I used a muffin pan and made individual quiche.
For the filling, I increased the amount by 1/2 again (for instance, 3 cups of spinach rather than 2 cups), and then doubled the crescent amount. 2 8 ounce tubes. Grease the muffin pan. And for each pre-cut crescent triangle ("scalene", all three sides are different lengths), create one equilateral (all sides are equal) and one leftover smaller triangle. Fill a muffin cup with the equilateral triangle, the three tips will poke out above the edge of the cup just a bit. I used the leftover bits of two pieces to fill an additional cup. In all, 16 crescent triangles filled a total of 24 muffin cups this way, and the filling done 1 1/2 fills exactly 24 cups as well.
They baked well at the same temperature, for twenty minutes.
Additionally, I had tasty results using 2% cheese, lowfat half-n-half, and lowfat crescents.
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Excellent and delightfully flexible dish! After reading the many reviews, I incorporated some...