When I was in Berlin last year, I accidentally found this amazing bakery with these scrumptious quiche muffins. I thought of them the other day and decided to re-create them for our blog night when Chels and I get together. It’s as simple as 6 eggs, 1 cup milk, 1 cup flour (we used pastry flour), goat cheese, sea salt, and assorted fresh veggies (mushroom and tomato).
We left out the seeds from the tomatoes because we didn’t think they’d bake well.
It’s a tad messy during the process but we filled the cupcake dishes to the brim.
Bake at 400 degrees for 20 mins and voila! Amazing personal sized quiche for breakfast.
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I love to bake. Ask Chelsea, sometimes I bring a tupperware full of freshly baked cupcakes to the office and before I have even sat down she is standing behind me demanding to know what that delicious smell is. And the tupperware is air tight! I’m a little worried about her actually, she can eat her weight in cupcakes- I mean it isn’t pretty about 15 minutes later but she keeps doing it. I digress! My mom has always been a baker so she has shared her recipes and kitchen with me since I was a little girl. Fall is my favorite time of the year for baking because the best spices start to appear in all kinds of delicious dishes. With that being said, I thought I’d share one of my favorite recipes for pumpkin muffins and what I do to make them seasonally perfect! Using this recipe, you’re sure to make lots of friends by bringing them these sweet treats- just don’t tell Chelsea because she doesn’t like to share or save any for others.
(I always bring all of the ingredients out first and put them away as I add them to the mixing bowl. That way I remember what I’ve already added.)
(I usually add things to my liking so for this recipe I added about a teaspoon of Ginger spice, a bunch of raisins, and coconut. Once you get comfortable baking, it’s fun to throw in flavors that will add that extra bit of delicious-ness.)
(I’ve started sprinkling coconut on my baked goods instead of frosting for a healthier alternative. I love coconut and it adds the perfect texture and taste. I like to use cute paper cups to share with friends but you can also bake without any of the cups in the pan just make sure to grease the pan first.)
(They come out golden and crisp but still soft in the center after 20 minutes. They also fill your house with an amazing Fall aroma.)
Make these this weekend and share them with your friends! Thank you for a great second week, see you on Monday!
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