I’ve had frittatas on the brain lately. I’ve cooked up a few in my house this past week, and it seems like they have been popping up all over the internet. And I think I know why. They’re easy, quick and good for you. That’s what everyone is looking for as far as food is concerned in January isn’t it?
There are so many ways to cook up a frittata…the ideas are really endless. I love adding lots of veggies to mine, especially mushrooms, zucchini, onions and asparagus. And of course, let’s not forget the cheese.
So tell me, which one of these frittatas will you make first?
Asparagus Frittata 1 of 7I love adding asparagus to my frittatas!
Find the recipe for asparagus frittata here
Broccoli, Cheddar and Chipotle Mini Egg Frittatas 2 of 7Everything is better in mini form isn't it? Make up a batch of these for healthy snacking!
Find recipe for Cookin' Canuck's mini egg frittatas with broccoli, cheddar and chipotle here
Kale and Parmesan Frittata with Tomatoes 3 of 7A perfect powerhouse frittata for one.
Find kale and parmesan frittata with tomoates recipe here
Spinach and Portobello Frittata 4 of 7Adding hearty portobello mushrooms to your frittata bulks it up without all the calories.
Find bell'alimento's recipe for spinach and portobello frittata here
Roasted Vegetable and Goat Cheese Frittata 5 of 7Clean out the produce drawer and roast those veggies for this delicious frittata!
Find the recipe for roasted vegetable and goat cheese frittata here
Spinach, Mushroom and Red Bell Pepper Fritatta 6 of 7I am absolutely craving this right now. Isn't it the most beautiful thing you've ever seen?
Find the recipe for Bev's spinach, mushroom and red bell pepper fritatta
Zucchini, Pepper and Feta Frittata 7 of 7Perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Kelsey's fritatta looks absolutely delicious!
Find zucchini, pepper, and feta frittata here
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