I made a few meals for a friend who is going back to work after her maternity leave. This is where I get excited. Unfortunately for my friend she has to make the huge adjustment to leaving her daughter at daycare but for me - I get to cook. I love cooking for friends who need a quick meal due to time restraint. I have cooked for friends who are planning for a new baby's arrival. I love it. Preparing one month's worth of meals in a day is fun for me. Kinda like running a marathon for others. It is exhausting and not entirely fun but hugely rewarding at the end. Which is also a good way to describe child rearing actually. Today I was thinking about freezer meals for one. This week I cooked a ham for my family. So with some leftovers I made quiche but I tried my recipe in muffins tins. I am sure this is something other cooks have figured out before me but I am feeling like some sort of
I use the bisquick recipe called Impossibly Easy Chicken n' Broccoli Pie. I change it all around. So here is what I made
1/2 of a very small onion chopped
1 cup of chopped ham
1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
- insert frozen vegtables like spinach or cooked chopped broccoli, I used 1/2 a red pepper in mine
1/2 cup of salsa
1 cup of milk
3/4 cup of bisquick mix
1/4 tsp pepper
I put ingredients in order into a bowl. I whisked it lightly and poured into well greased muffin tins.
This will make 8 to 12 muffins, I poured the remaining quiche mixture into a small pie plate after I filled the 6 muffin tins so I am not sure on the amount. They smell amazing. I will freeze each quiche/muffin in it's own ziplock bag for easy grabbing. Wouldn't this be a great idea to take camping?