Mini pizza quiches

Mini pizza quiches

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Prep: 10 mins Cook: 15 mins


Makes 6
Use tortilla wraps and a muffin tin to make individually portioned egg, salami and tomato bites - ideal for lunch boxes or picnics

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per quiche

  • kcal143
  • fat9g
  • saturates3g
  • carbs8g
  • sugars1g
  • fibre1g
  • protein8g
  • salt0.8g
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  • 2 large tortilla wraps
  • 4 eggs



    The ultimate convenience food, eggs are powerhouses of nutrition packed with protein and a…

  • chopped vegetables (optional)
  • 6 slices salami



    Salami are a family of coarse, dry, boldly seasoned sausages. The intense flavour of salami…

  • 3 cherry tomatoes, halved, plus extra to serve
  • handful basil leaves
  • vegetable sticks, to serve


  1. Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Using a 12cm cutter (or a small plate) cut circles from the large tortilla wraps – you should get 6. Use the circles to line 6 holes of a muffin tin, pushing them into the holes to make cases.

  2. Beat the eggs and pour into the tortilla cases (you can add some chopped vegetables too, if you like). Top each case with a slice of salami and 1/2 a cherry tomato. Bake for 15 mins until the egg has set. Top with a few basil leaves, if you like, and serve with extra tomatoes and vegetable sticks.

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VinniethePanda's picture
29th Dec, 2018
I love this idea, and will be making them very soon, but surely if they are Pizza Quiches there should be some cheese involved!
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OC Kaliningrad
11th Jul, 2018
These are AMAZING! We made them with the kids at our international school (ages 3 - 7) and they not only loved making them, but eating them too! What a hit! I've been making them for myself at home since and you can through in whatever's leftover in the fridge, I've used cooked chicken, carrots, cauliflower and leeks so far. Simple, fast, nutritious and delicious. I'd say that they make great party finger food too.
26th Jan, 2017
So easy and the kids loved them!
7th Jan, 2017
Can you freeze these of would they just go soggy?
1st Nov, 2016
These were super yummy! Just be careful to leave a little room for puffing - my egg mixture rose up and spilled muffin tin is soaking!! I think they'd be great cold as part of a buffet or as a kids party food.
6th Jul, 2016
What a great idea! I was dubious, but the tortilla worked brilliantly as a case, and was lovely and crisp. I used bacon instead of salami (fried it a little first), and topped with a sprinkle of grated cheese. My kids loved them, and I'll use them as a packed lunch idea from now on.
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Dhruv Mukherjee
28th Jan, 2020
can this be done in a microwave oven??
CassieBest's picture
29th Jan, 2020
Hi Dhruv, The tortilla cases wouldn't crisp and set in the same way in the microwave but you could try cooking the filling in silicone muffin cases. I hope that helps, Cassie (Senior Food Editor, BBC Good Food)
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