It was rather an indulgence on my part, but if all goes well, these individual silicone baking cups will be filled with muffin sized crustless quiche, which can then be frozen for deployment on difficult mornings...
I call this a success! My usual recipe made just the right amount of filling to fit neatly in the six silicone cups. Baked, they rose up just above the rims, and looked rather like little souffles, though, just as when baked in the larger rectangular baking tin, they deflated when cooling, I can already tell that the liners will peel away cleanly, and the benefit of baking them in individual portions is that they cook more evenly as well. I know what I am having for breakfast tomorrow!
It may still be winter, but this lovely red camellia was blooming downtown...
February SMART goals (x=extra)
|#||THINGS MADE||THINGS FIXED||THINGS GONE|
|1||bright feathers top for Mom||leaky undersink||bag to Goodwill|
|2||taupe/teal feathers knit top||neckline binding||-|
|3||11 4oz jars marmalade||x||-|
|4||mushroom print blouse ||x||-|
|6||4 jars Awesome Sauce||x||x|
today's gratitude - half a dozen homegrown chicken eggs from the backyard, herbs and green onions from the planter boxes, Oregon-grown dairy products, and a tiny bit of local bacon ends from the store turn into almost a weeks worth of breakfasts