Mini DIY Frittatas
Every day I eat breakfast. And every day it’s the same thing (toast with pb&j). But it doesn’t have to be. And maybe now it won’t be! Now that I’ve figured out these handy-dandy Mini DIY Frittatas!
Why Mini DIY Frittatas?
The better question might be, why not Mini DIY Frittatas? Not only are they 100% customizable, but they’re nourishing and they taste good. Those are certainly good enough reasons for me. Here’s the other thing that’s awesome about them, they’re simple to make! It’s as easy as throwing some stuff in a muffin pan and baking it. That’s it.
Tell me About this Customization
Oh, you bet I will! This mini frittata recipe is all about using your favorite ingredients to add serious flavor. Bonus if you can use up some of those leftovers in your refrigerator. The classic combinations are always good – feta, spinach and tomatoes, for example, is delicious! But you could even go an Asian route by adding some soy sauce, kimchi and tofu! I know! Crazy, fun! Right?
Eat Them Now. Eat Them Later.
More good news! I know, so great, right? The good news is that these guys can be eaten now or a few days or even months from now! Keep them in your fridge for up to 5 days. OR place them in a freezer bag and use within 3 months! Just remove them when you want them and heat them in your microwave. Magic!
And Now, You Make Them!Print
Life is better and more delicious with these Mini DIY Frittatas.
- 12 large eggs
- ¼ cup cream (or milk)
- ½ tsp salt
- 1/8 tsp black pepper
- bacon, bell peppers & cheddar cheese
- spinach, roasted red peppers & feta cheese
- red onion, sweet potatoes & ham
- rosemary, vidalia onion & red potatoes
- Preheat oven to 350’F. Spray muffin tin cups with a generous coating of non-stick cooking spray or use a silicone muffin tin.
- Whisk eggs together with cream, salt and pepper.
- Fill prepared cups with about 1-2 Tbs filling of your choice. Pour egg mixture evenly over the tops, about 3/4 full. Bake until eggs are set, about 20-24 minutes.
- Let cool slightly then remove from pan and enjoy!
Of course you do! Head over to my YouTube Channel to watch me make them!