Whip up a fast frittata for a quick and simple Easter brunch dish. Try frittata Mediterranean style with sweet red peppers, olive, and fresh basil; filled with chopped new potatoes and rosemary; or any of our other easy, cheesy Easter brunch frittata recipes.
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.
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.
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.
Toss a fresh green salad to serve with this Spanish-style dinner omelet for brunch or a light supper.
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!
A frittata is an open-faced Italian omelet with ingredients stirred in rather than folded in. This one-serving egg recipe is topped with herb-flavored cheese and cherry tomatoes. Double or triple the recipe to serve two or more.
This flavorful frittata can be a simple brunch or weeknight supper dish; if you don't have fresh thyme, just substitute dried. The recipe comes from Urban Roots Farm in Springfield, Missouri.
You really only need three ingredients for these protein-packed breakfast bites. Pair this egg dish with a fruit salad and slice of whole-wheat toast.
A quartet of fresh herbs--tarragon, chives, chervil, and rosemary--work in harmony to flavor this ricotta-topped frittata.
Wake up to a well-balanced vegetarian breakfast that offers a couple servings of vegetables and 18 grams of filling protein.