involves putting in extra work....Last school year or maybe two school years ago I thought we should make it a point to thank our teachers monthly, rather than just during Teacher Appreciation Week, as they do take our babies all day 5 days a week for months molding their minds and giving us a little break =) So I thought the PTO should do Monthly Teacher Breakfasts to show our appreciation. This idea has taken off and has been a great success and then there's the HOWEVER....I your dedicated SuperMomma decided when it was my turn I would display my culinary skill and make all kinds of home made stuffs rather than picking up a carton of juice and box of bagels....Well it was very well received...there was Quiche, Apple Bread, Fruit, Juice, Muffins....I had completely lost my mind...Well 3 years later I find that teachers look forward to my month and what culinary delights that I will fill their morning with...the PRESSURE...because these days my cup runs over and all I want to do is pick up a carton of juice and a box o' bagles...But of course I couldn't let them down so I pressed my way to the market and $93.00 later I had all the necessities for Home Made Cinnamon Rolls adapted from Pioneer Woman and a few Quick and Easy Quiche along with a few unrelated teacher breakfast items! I actually enjoy baking so it's just always the hump of getting the ball rolling but once I'm in I'm in and everything came out wonderfully! The teachers enjoyed and one made sure to blame me for her over eating of Quiche! I thought I would share the Quiche recipe in case any of you are feeling the need to impress some teachers!
Makes 6 servings