Bacon Quiche Tarts

Bacon Quiche Tarts

"Flavored with vegetables, cheese and bacon, these memorable morsels from Kendra Schertz are bound to be requested at your house. 'The tarts are an impressive addition to brunch, but they're quite easy to make,' notes the Nappanee, Indiana cook."
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35 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. In a small mixing bowl, beat cream cheese and milk until smooth. Add the eggs, cheese, green pepper and onion; mix well.
  2. Separate dough into eight triangles; press onto the bottom and up the sides of greased muffin cups. Sprinkle half of the bacon into cups. Pour egg mixture over bacon; top with remaining bacon. Bake, uncovered, at 375 degrees F for 18-22 minutes or until a knife comes out clean. Serve warm.

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It's very good and I will definitely make it again but I think I would make a few changes. Add the cheese to the muffin cup as you are filling them so you can make sure each quiche had cheese ...

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I didn't find them that good. Maybe b/c I thought the cresents were too sweet. Dunno...I just didn't care for them. :(

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It's very good and I will definitely make it again but I think I would make a few changes. Add the cheese to the muffin cup as you are filling them so you can make sure each quiche had cheese ...

These were a big hit at an office brunch. They look very impressive but are easy to make. I doubled all ingredients to make 16 tarts and it worked perfectly. Some cooking notes: I beat the ...

These tasted GREAT! I made these for my husband’s holiday party. I didn’t use green peppers and lessened the cream cheese a bit, used 16 oz instead of 18 oz for 3 batches. I was able to make ...

These are phenomenal! For just a little effort they taste amazing and look beautiful. I make these in a mini muffin tin (12 min. cook time) for brunches, I also make batches to be re-heated for ...

Very good, but like most of the others, there are changes that I would make. First of all, I would use less cream cheese and one extra egg. The cream cheese was a little overpowering. I think...

OOPS! I thought it said 1 1/2 cups of colby cheese! Guess what..it still came out great! These were so easy to make but looked like a masterpiece. My family was impressed and loved it. I left ou...

This was more time consuming than I had anticipated but it was delicious and they also looked so cute! Will be making them as special treats for breakfast. As a side note, they freeze well too!

I made these this afternoon and they were a hit with friends and family! very good and easy-peasy. I made them with turkey bacon, reduced fat crescent rolls, reduced fat cheese, fat free cream c...

These are truly awesome! I just made some as a trial to see if I could serve them for a baby shower brunch I'm having, and they are not only delicious but also very beautiful in appearance. The ...

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