Dainty and Delish: Shrimp Quiche Bites

Want to impress your friends with a dainty but delicious appetizer?  Treat your guests to these sophisticated but SIMPLE shrimp quiche bites.  The flaky crust, delicate shrimp, and cheesy top are sure to make your guests feel like royalty.  Surely that's a successful start to any Thanksgiving meal.
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4 oz. mini shrimp (from deli)
1/2 cup half and half or heavy whipping cream
8 oz (1 can) crescent rolls or dinner rolls
1 egg
2 tsp finely chopped onion
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup swiss or mozarella cheese











Divide dough into 24 even pieces.
Grease mini muffin tins.  Push dough into tins.
Place 1-2 mini shrimp on top of dough.
Mix together half-and-half, onion, egg, and salt.
Spoon evenly into dough, leaving space for the quiche to rise.
Don't overfill, or it will erupt over the top of the tins!
Sprinkle cheese on top.
Bake for 15-20 minutes at 375.
Makes 24 Shrimp Quiche Bites.

It's that easy, I promise!  I made these on Sunday for a church Thanksgiving potluck.  Not only was I out of the kithchen with time to spare, but these tasty bites vanished before I got to the table!
Shrimp Quiche Bites.  Add some easy elegance to your Thanksgiving meal.

Nutrition Facts
for 1 Shrimp Quiche Bite
49 calories, 1.37g total fat, 0.5g saturated fat, 13.3mg cholesterol, 2.6g protein, 6.4g carbohydrate, 0.2g fiber, 115.5mg salt

3 comments:

Lia Chen said...

Your shrimp quiche looks delicious :o)

Rach said...

thank you!

Emily said...

Oooh, those mini quiches look divine! I bet they would make a great holiday appetizer. Thanks for sharing your recipe, Rach!

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