Frittatas are easy and versatile dishes that you can eat any time of day. Check out these 15 frittata recipes for inspiration.
I love a good frittata. Not only are they an excellent way to fill up for breakfast, lunch or dinner, but they are awesome for using up leftovers, too. If you are wondering what the difference between a quiche and a frittata is, it’s basically two things. Quiches have crusts and frittatas don’t, and frittatas start by being cooked on the stove and then they are finished in the oven. You can totally customize a frittata and that’s why they make the best meals. Plus, frittatas are a one-dish meal, so cleanup is a breeze. Here are some frittata recipes to get you started.
This Pizza Frittata is a frittata the kids will absolutely devour. Because it is crustless, it’s also low carb.
Did you know you can make a frittata with just egg whites? This Tomato and Spinach Frittata with Havarti Cheese is a great way to give it a try.
I love ham in a frittata because the saltiness of the pork just flavors it well, so this Ham and Broccoli Frittata sounds just about right for me.
If you had fajitas one night and you have leftovers, this Southwest Steak Frittata is a great way to use them up. You can also just add whatever veggies you have.
Vegetarians rejoice because frittatas are also a great way to make meals for you, too. Check out this recipe for a Vegetable Frittata.
This Sausage and Mushroom Frittata from Kitschen Cat sounds absolutely delicious for dinner!
Rock Recipes has an amazing breakfast frittata recipe. Check out this morning-pleasing Potato, Bacon and Cheddar Frittata.
Kids and adults alike will love this Cheeseburger Frittata recipe from Key Ingredient. Looks like a lovely lunch or dinner.
Impress every guest you invite over with this fancy Smoked Salmon and Broccoli Frittata from Taming Twins.
This Kale, Mushroom and Gorgonzola Frittata from Sainsbury’s is a vegetarian delight. These flavors will lend themselves well to each other for a bold and savory taste.
Table for Two made a delicious Cheddar, Jalapeno and Tator Tot Frittata that packs a great flavor combo.
Vegans can enjoy frittatas, too, if they are made with a certain ingredient in place of the eggs. Check out this Chickpea Flour Frittata from Vegan Richa.
This Ham and Asparagus Frittata is a great way to use up any leftover ham you have after the holidays.
Enjoy Tex-Mex flavors in a frittata with this delicious Southwest Frittata with Chicken. It’s sure to be filling.
This Steak and Artichoke Frittata sounds like a great frittata to make to use up leftover steak in a new way.