Baked Frittata

Call me silly but I never knew, until recently, what a frittata was. Turns out it’s an open-faced Italian style omelette. It makes a great breakfast, is perfect for brunch or even lunch! The best part is that you can use whatever veggies you have in your fridge and just throw everything together.

I found the recipe here. I love that there’s an instructional video there, too, because it takes out the guess work. Here’s how mine turned out:


I used zucchini and rosemary from our garden, sun dried tomatoes, onions, and garlic for my frittata. The end result was delicious and I even had leftovers to take to work for breakfast the next morning. I think this would have tasted even more wonderful with some turkey bacon and cherry tomatoes.



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    • Thanks for your comment and for stopping by! Glad I’m not alone. It was only after seeing tons of frittata pictures on Instagram that I finally decided to Google it and find out what the hype was all about. 😉

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