November 10, 2017
Are you in need of a breakfast idea? I got you, my friend.
This recipe is made from all left overs in my fridge. Do you ever have veggies that are going bad and you’re tired of roasting them so you put it off until they’re finally inedible and you have to freeze them or throw them? Because, same.
So last Sunday my brother came over and we all went to church. After you go to church on a Sunday morning the only logical thing to do after is eat brunch and watch football in your sweats. Am I right?
I looked in my fridge and found:
Can you guess what we’re making today!? Besides the fact that it’s the title of this post, we’re making Frittata! And not only is that an incredibly fun word to say it’s also equally incredible to eat.
If you’ve never made a Frittata before, you may be thinking,
“Wow that looks complicated.”
BUT FEAR NOT – it’s an easy way to meal prep a filling and healthy breakfast in the morning. The great thing about this recipe is that it can be completely altered to your favorite foods. I’ll list what I used along with other ideas.
I start by boiling my baby potatoes. I use baby potatoes mainly because I had them on hand already. I boil them so that they’re already fully cooked. Make them first so that they’re done by the time they need to be added to the Frittata. I boil extra to have for leftovers throughout the week. Let’s be real, I can add any sort of potato to any meal and be extremely happy.
As I chop up my veggies for this frittata, I always chop more than needed. That way I have already diced veggies to add to any dish as well.
Little things like that are a huge help and cut your dinner time in half. Just knowing my cooking time will be quick, entices me to make dinner more often at home. Which leads to healthier eating and better portions.
In this dish, I use Mrs. Dash for seasoning. You can use 1-3 combined tsp. of your desired seasonings. I like to use Mrs. Dash because it has the following:
It has everything I want and no added salt so I can control the sodium.
Okay, let’s cook. I’m hungry.
equipment: cast iron skillet
ingredients: (choose 3-5) highlighted ingredients are the ones I used
Don’t forget to come back to the blog and let me know how you made yours! I hope you love it.
all my love,
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