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The delicious mini quiche recipe you need to know about – and it’s backed by dietitians

This is the PERFECT breakfast: The delicious mini quiche recipe you need to know about – and it’s backed by dietitians

  • Celebrity dietitian, Susie Burrell, shows off her perfect mini quiche recipe
  • The mum-of-two’s recipe is easy to make and takes just 20 minutes in the oven
  • They are perfect for breakfast or lunch and are packed with vegetables


Celebrity nutritionist and dietitian Susie Burrel l shared the recipe on Instagram, delighting her fans, who agreed they looked ‘delicious’

A dietitian has revealed her recipe for ‘super colourful’ mini vegetable quiches at home – and they are perfect for breakfast or lunch.

Celebrity nutritionist and dietitian Susie Burrell shared the recipe on Instagram, delighting her fans, who agreed they looked ‘delicious’.

The recipe calls for eggs, cream, Parmesan cheese, parsley, spinach, mozzarella cheese, butter, garlic,  a leek, capsicum and some bread.

Susie, who is the mum of twin boys, makes the quiches in muffin trays to make them easier to serve.

First she preheats her oven to 180C before spraying her muffin trays with oil and places a round piece of bread into the base of each ‘hole’.

She then melts the butter in a pan where she cooks off the leek and garlic for about three minutes until they are soft.

A dietitian has revealed her recipe for 'super colourful' mini vegetable quiches at home - and they are perfect for breakfast or lunch

A dietitian has revealed her recipe for ‘super colourful’ mini vegetable quiches at home – and they are perfect for breakfast or lunch

 She then adds in the capsicum and spinach, cooking for two minutes until the spinach is wilted.

Susie then divides the vegetable mixture evenly across the muffin tray before sprinkling with mozzarella cheese.

Then she combines the cream, eggs, parsley, salt and pepper and pours it over the top of her vegetables.

Susie, who is the mum of twin boys, makes the quiches in muffin trays to make them easier to serve

Susie, who is the mum of twin boys, makes the quiches in muffin trays to make them easier to serve

She tops each of the quiches with Parmesan cheese before putting them in the oven for 20 minutes.

Her fans were quick to comment on how easy the recipe looked.

‘I love the bread base idea, I will try them next week,’ one mum promised.

The recipe makes 18 of the mini quiches, Susie revealed in her recipe.



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