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Easy Cheesy Frittata

Easy Cheesy Frittata recipe
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Here's an easy frittata with a twist. Fresh basil brings new life to the three amigos of the brunch table: eggs, cheese and bacon.
10 min
40 min
6 servings
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It took me 10 minutes max to whip it all up and get it into the oven. 30 minutes in the oven and TADA! It was a hit with the whole cereal-eating family.
This was delcious--I made it sunday night and had one peice each morning for breakfast. I used a zucchini since I don't like tomato, and egg beaters instead of real eggs.
We made this for a brunch get together at my house, and everyone raved about it! it was gone in about 10 min. Will def. make again and again!
Amazing something so simple could taste so good. :) I used what I had in the house that was weight watchers friendly (core plan): 2% american cheese slices, canadian bacon, a little scallion, and a little parsley. I also used 3 whole eggs and 3 egg whites since I bought jumbo eggs. Even my finicky husband ate it!
This is delicous!!! I love to make it for Christmas morning breakfast- very festive looking!
We would like this with more meat, but the flavor was good.
Really liked this recipe but i would add more to it. Needs some meat or something..Very good either way.
I'm not sure why but mine took alot longer to cook than the recipe stated, it just wouldn't cook in the middle. I eventually turned the oven up, but by the time it was done the edges were very overcooked, the middle was fine. It tasted fine, I added salt and pepper for extra flavoring. I was disappointed with this one because it looks so good.
Making this recipe was quick and easy and gave me a chance to use leftover items I had in my fridge. I took the suggestion to make mini frittatas with my muffin pan. I used cheese, bacon bits, canned diced tomatoes (drained), chopped asparagas and chopped dill. Using the muffin pan made perfect individual portions that my guest loved. I will use this recipe again and again.
This was amazing! I sauteed 1/2 a green bell pepper, mushrooms, and a jalapeno (for some kick) and then added leftover steak from the night before for protein. My boyfriend LOVED it and since he's a big eater, I did 6 eggs and 6 egg whites - it gave us both leftovers for this morning!
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