Breakfast Freezer Meals: Individual Quiche
I am a big fan of Weston A. Price and I make eggs and sausage or eggs and bacon, every single morning for myself and Penelope and sometimes Peter if he has enough time before work. It gets pretty old. Not the taste of it, pastured eggs from a local farm, are delicious, but the making a full meal, using the stove, cleaning up in the morning, is just time consuming.
I was looking for a way to streamline my morning breakfast routine without giving in to eating something like cereal and milk. I saw someone who had made and frozen breakfast burritos on Pinterest and then I remembered something my friend Bethany did years ago, I used both as inspiration and came up with my own little, frozen, breakfast meal idea.
I basically made a simplified version of my quiche. I did 12 eggs, some raw milk, a package of sausage (from a local pork farmer, cooked and chopped before adding in), a little bit of cheese and salt and pepper. I didn't measure anything, I just eye-balled it.
And then you have little individual servings of an egg and sausage breakfast! I froze them all after they cooled, I put them on a cookie sheet to freeze them, sort of like how I freeze blueberries. Then after they were frozen a little bit, I bagged them into small, individual, freezer bags.
I pull two out the night before I want to eat them in the morning. It is defrosted by the morning and then I zap them in the microwave for 30 seconds. You could warm them in your toaster oven or regular oven if you wanted to avoid using a microwave. You should if you can, it really is bad for you, to use your microwave, but I am lazy.
Enjoy! If you have any questions let me know.