Making a frittata is an easy weekend treat and the beauty of this dish is that you can use whatever vegetables and cheese you have in the house. There’s nothing that says you have to fill your frittata with the ingredients I used. Frittatas are perfect for those days you don’t want to make a big production of dinner.
This dish is one of those “Everything in the Fridge” deals. You can get all of the major food groups on one plate and use up some of the produce you have in the vegetable drawer that’s begging for your attention. Adding chicken sausage to this frittata would add a couple of points, but would add delicious flavor and texture.
Next time (maybe tomorrow!) I’m going to give it a South of the Border twist with corn tortillas, Jalapeño peppers and Salsa.
So, go ahead and whip up your own frittata. With a beautiful salad on the side and just 7 points you have a fabulous dinner you can throw together in just 30 minutes.
My friend Stephanie of CopyKat.com has been on a mad video-making frenzy and she’s producing some great content. She’s inspired me to start making my own recipe videos and this is the first one. I’ve got my work cut out for me with the poor lighting in my kitchen, but I’ll get that worked out and will begin posting more video recipes soon. Check out this video for step-by-step instructions for this Frittata recipe and please … Eat Well, Be Healthy, and Enjoy!