Frittatas are a healthy and delicious breakfast, lunch, and even dinner. Quick and easy to assemble, frittatas are a great source of protein and veggies for a filling, savory meal. And did you know that eating meals like frittatas for breakfast can help you stay fuller longer and eat less later in the day? (Read full post on choosing a healthier breakfast.)
This basic frittata recipe can be customized with any vegetables you happen to have on hand, though it is especially delicious with asparagus, tomatoes, and a sprinkling of green onions.
Frittatas are an easy make-ahead meal!
I try to make at least one frittata each weekend. It is a delicious brunch and the leftovers make for quick and filling breakfasts later in the week. Frittatas are also a perfect veggie and protein packed dish for part of your weekly meal prep. Leftover frittata can be quickly reheated and is delicious served with a side salad.
Recipe serves 6.
Nutrition Information: Yield: 6
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 286
Nutrition information (per serving):
- 286 calories
- 0 g added sugar
- 1 g fiber
- 21 g protein
- 380 mg sodium
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