For the Love of Eggs: Frittata Recipes to Try

For the Love of Eggs: Frittata Recipes to Try Italian omelette with spinach, cheddar cheese and mushrooms in a pan close-up on the table. Horizontal view from above

    What's not to love about frittatas? They have plenty of nutrients, because of the eggs and the delicious fillings that you can use. That's why we have plenty of frittata recipes for you to try: the options are basically endless. 

    I don't have to tell you anymore how much I love eggs. My feelings have been made perfectly clear already, a bunch of times. But frittatas have become pretty important to me lately since I associate them with love. When someone cooked a frittata for me about a year ago, I fell in love. And I never looked back. Here are some delicious frittata recipes that can help you fall in love as well!

    I've also written about frittatas in the past, so make sure to read about the frittata secrets to know and what mistakes you could make that you should avoid.

    8 frittata recipes to make for a great breakfast

    1. Bacon and mushroom frittata

    Start your day with this bacon and mushroom frittata and we can guarantee you'll feel full and happy! This is an excellent breakfast, brunch, or lunch option thanks to its spinach and mushroom fillings. The fried bacon brings some crispiness to the rest of it. Give it a golden color by topping it with grated Cheddar before popping it in the oven!

    2. Zucchini, spinach and cheese frittata

    Tired of the same old morning omelet? You can try making a frittata, which is cooked inside the oven, it's fluffier, and it uses considerably less oil. Our recipe has zucchini, spinach, cream cheese, and parmesan. But to make things more interesting we decided to throw in some bacon for fun!

    3. Ham and asparagus frittata

    What's the best way to start off your day? For us is next to a delicious breakfast dish. And, this ham and asparagus frittata really makes the cut. With a soft, fluffy texture, and a savory filling, there's just nothing more you would want for a savory dessert/brunch. May just a warm cup of coffee!

    4. Sweet potato frittata

    Roasting the sweet potatoes before adding them to your frittata makes them even sweeter. Try and see for yourself! And if you want to go all-the-way healthy, then replace your bacon with a nitrate-free variety! Have a happy breakfast!

    5. Cheesy potato and ham frittata

    Never skip breakfast. Offer yourself a filling frittata. Add Emmental for cheesiness, the ever-good ham, and diced potatoes. The potatoes always bring a special texture. In the end, you can fill a frittata with anything you want. Experiment and enjoy.

    6. Bacon and gruyere frittata

    If you've thought that following a diet means eating tasteless and boring food, you should try this bacon and Gruyere frittata and you'll reconsider your thinking!

    7. Summer squash frittata

    We have a frittata for breakfast. Let’s make it a big frittata, with 9 eggs, so you can share it with anybody you’d want. Enrich it with summer squash cooked in olive oil, grated cheddar, and tomato slices. Start your day in a delicious way.

    8. Frittata with sausage and arugula

    This morning let’s prepare a fluffy and meaty frittata as a filling breakfast for 4. To get the fluffier experience vigorously whisk the eggs with milk and parmesan. For the meaty part consider fried sausages cut into thick slices. Toss some peppery arugula into the pan and bake all. Start your day in a great way.

    I’m a pop culture nerd who thinks too much about fried bacon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and life, the Universe and everything. I love food and sometimes you can see that on my hips, but I don't care that much about that.
    What I do care more about is trying to eat healthier, even though I admit that I like to indulge in my food fantasies. I’m addicted to puns, so forgive me for that when you read my articles. I now know too much about nutrition to be fun to hang out with. So long and thanks for all the fish-based omega-3 fatty acids.

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