Stuffing Quiche Muffins

This is a delicious way to use up last night’s leftover stuffing and turn it into a breakfast item. They are so good and hearty that they would be really fun to serve at a brunch with some fresh fruit and yogurt.

For every 2-cups of cooked stuffing add
– 1-egg
– 1/4 cup of Italian cheese blend (I like the 4-cheese from Trader Joe’s the best)

Stir everything together and then fill muffin cups 3/4-full and bake at 400-degrees for about 20-minutes. My toaster oven is convection so it bakes a bit faster, you may need to add 5-10-minutes if you use a full-size oven or have a non-convection toaster oven.

Also, you may need to adjust the amount of egg depending on egg size (I use JUMBO) and the “wetness” of the stuffing. See what my “batter” looked like: glistening but not runny. Also, my stuffing had apples in it which I removed, but the chestnuts and bits of sausage were absolutely delicious with the eggs and cheese! Enjoy and be a spark in the world!

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Great Craft and Gift Idea: Book Safe

Looking for a fun unusual gift that you can easily make yourself in a single day?  Why not try your hand at making a book safe?  I followed the instructions from the hilariously named website The Art of Manliness (btw…this isn’t my first time on that site!)  The book safe I made was for my brother, so I went to my local library which has a “book store” and purchased a used spy novel for $1 (he likes the genre so the book safe will look at home on his shelf PLUS they are voluminous which makes for a nice size safe.)  Check out the finished product!  He absolutely loved the gift.

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