An Italian omelet that's broiled open-faced instead of folded, a frittata marries eggs with combinations of meat, cheeses, and vegetables that complement any breakfast or brunch menu. Frittatas are great brunch offerings, and perfect egg dishes for potluck breakfasts as well.See Popular Breakfast Frittatas Recipes
This Italian frittata recipe is endlessly customizable. Sausage, beef or chicken would work wonderfully in place of the pepperoni, and nearly any cheese would result in melty perfection.
This low-carb recipe makes a satisfying breakfast that will easily carry you through the morning.
Here's a breakfast or brunch version of spaghetti with tomato sauce that's baked with eggs and cheese.
We use ham in this version of the classic Italian egg dish, but you can mix and match any veggies and meat you have on hand.
For a balanced brunch, serve this frittata alongside a wedge of ciabatta and a fruit cup.
For this breakfast side dish, reduce the fat by cooking potatoes and onions in water instead of sauteeing in butter. Try this if you are on a diabetic diet.
This skillet egg, cheese, and vegetable combination will fill the bill if you are looking for a meatless breakfast entree that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.
This vegetarian frittata, also called an Italian omelet, contains cheeses, roasted peppers, and olives. Prepared in less than 30 minutes, it makes a delicious entree for breakfast or brunch.
This recipe is a cross between a frittatta and a pepperoni pizza with a little quinoa snuck in for a fiber boost.
The classic brunch frittata gets a healthy spin with egg whites and vitamin-rich kale. Goat cheese adds creaminess.
Toss a fresh green salad to serve with this Spanish-style dinner omelet for brunch or a light supper.
Turn on the broiler to prepare this twist on an Italian omelet that uses shelled sweet soybeans and a blend of Italian cheeses in the recipe.
Enjoy a Thanksgiving-inspired meal any day of the year by tossing bread, turkey, herbs and your favorite vegetables into a casserole dish. It's like an amped-up stuffing you can serve for supper!