I’m always trying to sneak vegetables into breakfast foods. I like starting my day off with eating something healthy. If the rest of the day doesn’t go according to plan and I don’t get to have a healthy meal later, at least I already had a serving of vegetables and I don’t have to worry about scurvy.
I made this 15 Minute Vegetable Loaded No Bake Frittata on a whim. I wasn’t going to post about it – we just needed a quick healthy breakfast because we both had to go in to work on a Saturday (lame, I know). But it looked so nice when it was cooked that I couldn’t help but take pictures of it. And when we tasted it, I knew I would have to share the recipe.
It is such a quick, simple recipe that is perfect for two people.
It was a good thing we had the vegetable loaded frittata for breakfast, because we ended up staying at work until 9 pm that Saturday, and we had $2 tacos for lunch (read: unhealthy tacos). I’m glad we ate some vegetables with our breakfast.
We had ours with toasted English muffins. Aldo put mayo on his English muffin and made a frittata sandwich, which I thought was kind of crazy at first. But it actually tasted really good as a sandwich with the mayo!
The one bad thing about this no-bake frittata is that it was all gone after breakfast.
Here are some frittatas that are bigger than two servings, so you can feed a whole family or have some leftovers if you are cooking for two:
Kitchen stuff used in this recipe:
What other combinations of vegetables do you like in your frittatas?