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This Became An Instant Favorite At Our House!
Some days I feel very inspired when it comes to cooking and baking. Fall is usually that kind of time for me; when the air gets fresh and crispy, I am filled with this new energy that makes me want to try and learn all kinds of new things. This morning I woke up with that feeling and I decided that I would whip up something I had never tried before!
Now, quiche isn’t a completely new thing for me – and I bet most of you have made one or two of them over the years, too. But this combination of ingredients was something I probably wouldn’t have thought of trying. Fortunately, my sister had tried this recipe and said it was amazing, so I decided to give it a go, too.
I love taking shortcuts when it comes to pie crusts… I mean, ain’t nobody got time for making your own, right? Ok, I have to admit homemade pie crusts are awesome, but this quiche is absolutely divine even if you’re using store-bought. Give yourself a break, just like I did!
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Quick Tip: Use your favorite sausage for this, if you can’t find maple sausage.