A Quiche for a Kiss…Say I love You with Brunch from SarahBakes

Ready-to-Bake Quiche are now on the SarahBakes Menu

Valentine’s Day is on a Sunday this year, so why not plan for a fun and easy brunch to celebrate? My February SarahBakes Menu features two great ready-to-bake, frozen quiches to help you say “I love you” in style. Flaky, buttery homemade pie crust filled with a tangy cream cheese custard base and a variety of ingredients to ensure that every bite is filled with flavor.

This month’s featured flavors are 3-Cheese Chicken and Artichoke and 3-Cheese Ham, Mushroom and Spinach. Each quiche is a 9-inch, 32-ounce pie and they come fully cooked, frozen and ready-to-bake (instructions are included). You can buy a single quiche for $25 or 2 quiches for $45.

SarahBakes has you covered for Valentine’s Brunch and more…

My February SarahBakes Menu also includes other great brunch options, including my amazing Blueberry Streusel Bread, Strawberries & Cream Scones, Cherry Chocolate Chunk Scones and a Miniature Pastries Assortment. And, of course, there’s a host of sweet treats available to help you celebrate this Valentine’s Day.

My Valentine to you: Two sweet recipes you can make at home

Last week, I shared two great recipes for Valentine’s Day – or any day, really – Meringue Kisses (oh, so light) and Clipper Chippers, a.k.a., the World’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookies. Both treats are also on my February Menu, and I’ve included links to the recipes below so you can make them from scratch, in your very own kitchen.

Meringue Kisses
Clipper Chipper Cookies

Stay tuned for news about Sarah’s February Giveaways!

I’ll be hosting some giveaways this month featuring some of my favorite baking items, so keep watching here for more news on how you could win! Whether you wish to place an order or plan to do some baking on your own with one of my recipes – I would love to hear from you! Have a great week and happy baking!

With love,

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