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Cooking Quiche With Kids


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While most Purim baskets are overflowing with sweets, it’s a nice change to add in some savory goodies. Mini quiches are the perfect treat to include in your mishloach manot because they can be eaten at room temperature, don’t require utensils, and both kids and adults love them. They also don’t take long to prepare and can be made several weeks in advance and frozen.

Start by lining up all your ingredients for

Parmesan and Mushroom Mini Quiches

The kids can help with everything from whisking the eggs to preparing the puff pastry dough shells, see the recipe for exact instructions.

Variations: Consider your own variastions for your favorite fillings.

Make it Parve: Swap out milk for ½ cup of almond, soy, or coconut milk; swap out Parmesan for dairy-free cheese; and omit crème fraîche.

Pack It Up For Purim!

Get boxes or baskets to fill with these mini bites and the perfect card to go with it.

Print Enjoy These Mini Bites and impress everyone.


Place a copy of the purim issue in your Shalach Manos, to give your friends and family an unforgettable and meaningful Purim basket – Email [email protected] for Bulk Orders and special rates.

As seen in the Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller Magazine Purim 2012 – Subscribe Now.

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About Julie Negrin


I am a nutritionist, cooking instructor, blogger, and the author of, Easy Meals to Cook with Kids. My website is www.julienegrin.com.




One Response to Cooking Quiche With Kids

  1. I love the idea of a savory addition to the mishloach manot package. Yum!

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