Super-Quick: Microwave Quiche In A Mug

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so start your day with a healthy and quick meal before going to work. If you are out of ideas, than you should try this easy quiche in a mug recipe! If you have a microwave at home, it will take less than 5 minutes to make it and you can serve it right away. The best thing about preparing a quiche is that you can change the recipe with every occasion as you can add any ingredients you crave at the moment. So that’s why they are perfect for breakfasts and whenever you’re in a hurry as you can simply mix together ingredients you have in your fridge and get a delicious quiche. Take a look at the following video that will teach you how to make a mug quiche at home, so you will never again leave for work with an empty stomach.

 

 

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20 Responses to “Super-Quick: Microwave Quiche In A Mug”

  1. B. Lincks says:

    I get so tired of trying to drill down past all the false arrows that lead to web pages slowing down my computer and sometimes I never do find the item from my facebook page. I’m ready to unlike this site.

  2. Tammy says:

    You should never cook eggs in the microwave. My husband got third degree burns in his mouth and throat from a microwaved egg exploding in his mouth. And yes we had pricked the egg with a fork several times. It’s just not worth risk.

    • John No says:

      3rd degree? HaHaHaHa! was there a skin graft involved? I cook eggs in the micrwave all the time. The secret to success is letting them cool for a spell before trying to eat them. You reasoning is right up there with ‘Don’t drink coffee! A woman got burned really bad at the drive thru…’

      • Violet says:

        John No: I wish this were Facebook so I could “like” your comment…over..and over…and over…

        Have we actually arrived at a place where we don’t know to let our hot food cool before we eat it? Wait, maybe it’s the real reason for the raw food movement. (ha)

  3. Donna says:

    I do eggs in micro but in paper bowls. Cheaepest at target. Cleaning eggs out of bowls and mugs are awful.

  4. sandra davidson says:

    ya, well show me how do to this WITHOUT a microwave and I’ll be impressed! andy B. Lincks, I’m with you, tired of trying to navigate these stupid pages to read the post I’m interested in…..wading through all the ads! Bull!

    • chrism says:

      You can bake this in a ramekin or muffin tin for 10-15 minutes at 350. Toaster oven works well. Or you could make a whole batch, freeze them and reheat during the week.

  5. Cat says:

    Well the comments are easy enough to find – straight to the bottom of the page. Would someone who has bothered finding the vid please tap in a one or two sentence summary please? I didn’t pass any obvious links on the way down here – just all those ads that others complain of – and my patience is limited. Thanks

  6. Jacki says:

    This sounds good, but what makes this different than an omelet?

  7. Marie says:

    Did your husband not know something coming out if the microwave might possibly be hit??? Logic says if it’s hot, let it cool down a bit. That’s almost like people complaining about pizza being hit when it just came out of a 425° oven.
    Some people’s kids…

  8. Brin says:

    Reminds me of a scrambled egg omelet.

  9. Jenna says:

    Spray the mug or bowl with PAM or any cooking spray. Slides right out and good to go!

  10. Denise says:

    Spray bowl or cup with olive oil spray, and I cook eggs in the microwave all the time and have no issues, also how is the different from an omelette? And we all know if you don’t tell a man it’s hot he will eat it and burn himself.

  11. Cindyc says:

    Thank you. I was just wondering this same thing.

  12. jc says:

    video marked private

  13. Lori says:

    Funny , video is private, can’t watch it. Why bother posting it on Facebook in the first place?

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