For a one-pan wonder that will forever change the way you look at eggs, try one of these delicious and doable frittata recipes
Kale, Red Pepper, and Goat Cheese Frittata
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A frittata is the home cook's best friend. Not only is it super nutritious (eggs + veggies = a whole lot of protein and vitamins), but you can put just about anything in the pan, and it will still taste great. What's more, frittatas leave practically no mess in the wake of their prep. This Kale, Red Pepper, and Goat Cheese Frittata works well as a faux-fancy dish to serve for brunch or as an easy make-ahead lunch or dinner. (For more meal prep tricks, try these 10 No-Sweat Meal Prep Tricks from Pros.)
Baby Spinach Frittata with Sweet Potato Hash Crust
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Give your frittata a boost in texture and flavor by adding sweet potatoes to the bottom of the pan before throwing in the rest of your ingredients. With every fork-full of this Baby Spinach Frittata with Sweet Potato Hash Crust, you'll cut through layers of leafy spinach, tangy goat cheese, and fluffy egg all layered atop a hearty sweet potato crust. Give us some of that!
Tomato and Zucchini Frittata
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The first thing that strikes us about this vibrant Tomato & Zucchini Frittata is the heaping amount of produce and the bright colors they bring to the plate. Plus, the use of dairy-free almond milk keeps the eggs light and fluffy. (To learn more about all your milk options—there's a lot!—take a look at 13 Types of Milk That Do Your Body Good.)
Potato and Broccolini Frittata
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Perfect for cold-weather days, this Potato and Broccollini Frittata is just the warm, filling meal your tummy craves. Loaded with dark leafy greens and satisfying spuds, you'll enjoy everything you love about breakfast, all in one dish. Shout out to the parmesan crust for adding a much-appreciated crispy and savory element.
Avocado Frittata with Cotija and Mozarella
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An egg dish with a south of the border twist is definitely something we can get behin, and Kalyn's Kitchen's got us covered! Nix the avocado toast and get your daily dose of the green fruit by pairing it with zesty cotija cheese and eggs for a decadently creamy yet protein-filled meal to fuel your day (or night). (For more #avo #inspo, try these 5 New Things to Do With an Avocado.)
Spaghetti Squash and Meatball Frittata
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Spaghetti and meatballs: A comfort food classic that represents full bellies and family get-togethers. As much as we love the traditional version, this transformation of the dish into a healthy Spaghetti Squash and Meatball Frittata has us drooling. To lighten things up, replace pasta with spaghetti squash and swap ground beef for ground turkey meatballs. All the classic flavors still shine, but you won't feel bad eating leftovers—if there are any.
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This Chicken-Spinach Frittata shows off a frittata's value as an end of the week, throw-in-everything-you-have-left-over kind of dish. Take cooked chicken as well as any and all of your extra veggies and toss 'em in the pan. The chicken adds savoriness as well as a serious dose of protein, putting this recipe firmly in the food-as-fuel category.
Tofu Frittata with Spinach and Peppers
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Here's a hint for all you aspiring vegans out there: When done right, tofu can actually mimic eggs! In this Tofu Frittata with Spinach and Peppers, soy sauce and tofu are blended together to create a consistency comparable to eggs—smooth and a little creamy, and ready to pour in a pan. Throw in some garlic and turmeric to up the flavor (and the detox value) as well as some scallions, cloves, spinach, and bell pepper to add color and nutrients. (Here are six more High-Protein Vegan Meal Ideas.)
Shakshuka Egg White Frittata with Turkey Sausage
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Traditionally, Shakshuka is an Israeli dish with eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce (worth trying at home, we promise). Inspired by the flavors of that authentic recipe is this Shakshuka Egg White Frittata with Turkey Sausage. It keeps that Middle Eastern vibe with the spices, but adds turkey sausage for protein and replaces eggs with egg whites to cut calories. Hello, healthy flavor bomb.
Broccoli and Cheese Frittata Fingers
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Our dish gets a mini makeover with these Broccoli Cheese Frittata Fingers. In the bite-sized pieces you'll find all the familiar ingredients—zucchini, broccoli, egg, and cheese—but you'll cook this version on a rectangular tray to cut into munchable squares. Perfect for your next brunch party!
Creamy and Crispy Hash Browns Frittata
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We'll be honest, this one is a bit of a splurge. There's cream and cheese, but we take solace in the overload of veggies and beans. With every bite of this Creamy and Crispy Hash Browns Frittata, you'll get a gooey, melted middle covered with a crunchy hash brown top.
Easy Artichoke, Spinach, and Herb Frittata
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This Artichoke, Spinach, and Herb Frittata has so many veggies that it literally turns green! Artichokes, broccoli, spinach, green onions, shallots, and fresh herbs create a garden on the plate. A dash of goat cheese amps up the flavors and complements the creamy eggs.
Mini Margherita Quinoa Frittatas
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Not only do these Mini Margherita Quinoa Frittatas taste incredible, they feed a crowd in a cinch and can freeze for days. Quinoa and eggs give you a one-two punch of protein so just two of these can be a satisfying and nutritious meal, and one makes for a smart snack with some serious staying power. (If you're always eating on the go, check out these 3 Eggs-cellent Ways to Make Egg Muffins.)
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Sure, you may need a wafflemaker to whip this one up, but after seeing this Frittafle recipe we're running to the nearest Costco to buy one ASAP. The ingrdients themselves are pretty standard—bell pepper, roasted potatoes, arugula, bacon (we suggest trying turkey bacon), and cheese—but turning it into waffle form makes it that much more fun to eat.