Vegetable Frittata Recipe

Posted by Adriene on

Hakuna Frittata!


This recipe is great when you have left over vegetables that you need to use. Perfect for a weekend when you have a little more time to cook and enjoy the process.

You’ll need 50 mins.

I had 1/2 and onion, a bit of yellow bell pepper, a few broccolini and some kale that needed to be eaten. The recipe below is a base – sub your veggies based on what you have, add meat if you hate animals. (Just kidding!)

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What you will need:

2 tablespoons Olive Oil

1 tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar (if you don’t have it, no worries, use a lemon or some white wine vinegar.)

Sprig of fresh Rosemary

Pinch of Salt and Black Pepper.

1/2 white or yellow onion, chopped

2 cloves of fresh garlic, minced

1-2 cups veggies (based on what you have) If you use broccoli or broccolini – don’t waste the delicious stems. They cook well and go well in a dish like this.

2 tightly packed cups leafy greens (Or more!) Cut in clean ribbons not fat chunks.

6 eggs

1/2 cup yogurt (or milk)

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In a bowl whisk your eggs, yogurt, and a small bit of water. Put aside.

Pre heat oven to 350.

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In a sauce pan begin heat your oil.

Add the onions and simmer for 3 min, then add the garlic. Simmer for 5 mins till onions are translucent but not brown. Add the rosemary for remembrance or any other spices you might like to try.

Add the peppers, then the broccolini.

*Rule of thumb: if you have a variety of vegetables – throw your veggies in the pan based on how long the need to cook. Not just all at once.*

Toss this mixture together with love. Remember – no worries!

Now add your leafy greens and the apple cider vinegar.

Stir as the healthy leafy greens shrink and your kitchen smells of joy and a well balanced dish.

Salt and Pepper.


Toss your saute into the egg mixture – then pour into non stick baking dish. (Grease your dish if non stick- I use a canola oil spray.)

*Options! You can also just toss your egg mixture into the pan and put in it the oven. But you will be serving out of that pan then – you camper you.

Bake for 30 min.

Add cheese on top if you like!!!! I serve with fruit and hot sauce.



Hakuna Frittata! Enjoy!









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