new week, new recipe

Happy Monday!

For the past few months a little group of friends and myself have been meeting for brunch every month and every other month discussing a book together. It all started with Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers and then we moved on to A Voice in the Wind by the same author (admitting right now that this book is a beast and I’m still not finished). It’s been a great time to meet with some girls from our church and talk about faith, love, and usually towards the end we will talk about the book a little bit. (; These are all women that I have worked with in either youth ministry over the past few years or just recently through our young adult ministry at church and they couldn’t be more dear. This next round we are reading Style, Sex, and Substance – I’m so pumped!

I made the most adorable mini quiches yesterday and the recipe was pretty much the easiest thing. Sharing and saving for future reference!


Mini Biscuit Quiches

-2 rolls of mini frozen biscuits

-6 eggs

-your favorite cheese (I used a blend of cheddar and mozzarella because it’s what we had on hand)

-4 tbsp of milk

-salt & pepper

-any other mix-ins you may want to add (I added kale and ham to one batch and they were delish!)

1. Roll out the biscuits with a rolling pin until flat then put into bottom and sides of greased cupcake tins for the crust.

2. Whisk eggs, milk, salt and pepper together. Once well blended add cheese.

3. This is where if you wanted to get crazy you can add ham, bacon, kale, spinach, etc. I made half of my batch with just cheese and the other half with kale and ham.

4. Pour about 2tbsp of the egg mixture into each muffin tin and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Adapted from:

Delish! So super easy that I think I might add these to our weekday mornings. Have a happy Monday!

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