Kids No-Pastry Quiches Recipe
Kids no-pastry quiches are easy to make and are quick snacks that are ideal for school lunches, picnics, birthday parties.
Kids No-Pastry Quiches
I discovered the recipe on an Instagram page called Baking With Kids. The quiches are so quick and easy to make. Featured on Baking With Kids website there is a huge range of fantastic recipes you can make with your children. You’ll notice in the image I made four quiches so the ingredient amounts used are far less than those listed.
Kids No -Pastry Quiches for 6 - 8 little individuals
- 6-8 slices of wholemeal bread.
- 150g soft cheese
- 2 eggs
- Grated cheese – the amount and strength of your choice
- Any chopped veg to the mix is optional
- Baby tomato halves for decoration
- A muffin greased tray
- A cookie cutter
- Use a jug as you will need for pouring
- Preheat your oven at 180 degrees Celsius
Improvising with equipment you have in the kitchen
As a cutter I used the lid from my Asda sweetener jar. The size is bigger than each individual muffin section – I used my deep Yorkshire Pudding baking tray and it worked just as well. If you do not have a rolling pin, perhaps use a clean glass jar to flatten the sliced bread.
How to make Kids No-Pastry Quiches
- In a jug, mix the soft cheese, eggs, and cheese (and extra veg if preferred)
- Cut the crusts off the bread and roll until flattened
- Cut bread circles and place into greased muffin sections
- Pour the mixture into individual quiche bases
- Add a tomato half for decoration
- Now bake for 20 mins until the tops are golden brown and puffy
What can I do with the bread crusts?
Please don’t throw away the bread crusts. Grill them, cut each crust in half and use as a snack for you or your children – all you need is a dip or use with soup. Perhaps you or your children have a runny boiled egg for breakfast? Mum used to cut a slice of bread into rectangles and call them soldiers. You can use the crusts this way too. #SayNoToFoodWaste