For the past few weeks, when I open my fridge I see the long, red box containing two ready made pie crusts. Trying to think of what I can do with them, I remembered the Wilton Mini Pie Pan I had bought and had never used.
If you don't have one of these pans, you could use a muffin tin. Just remember to check the cooking time, because the well will be deeper in a muffin/cupcake tin and you may need a minute or two more in the oven. Test with a toothpick, if it comes out wet, keep cooking; if it comes out clean, it's done.
Pour into four uncooked pie shells. Top each with 2 Tbsp. grated cheese. If using parmesan, use a potato peeler and shave three or four good size pieces on the top.
|Wilton Mini Pie Pan from Michael's craft store.|
You may find this where Wilton products are sold.
|Ingredients for mini quiches.|
|Five inch copper canister lid was used to|
cut out 4 circles from one pre-made pie crust.
|Spray with Pam.|
Two of the cut out crusts needed to be pieced together.
|Four medium/mini quiches.|
Two have shaved parmesan on the top,
and two have grated sharp cheddar.
|Baked and ready to eat by hand or with a fork & knife.|
Serve with soup or salad.