This sweet potato frittata with kale and feta is perfect for make-ahead breakfasts or as a light meal any time of the day. It keeps well for 4-5 days in the fridge and can be frozen for later consumption, too. I used goat’s feta, which pairs great with the sweetness of sweet potato. Traditional feta…Continue reading Recipe: Sweet potato frittata with kale and feta
I love frittatas because they are so versatile. They can be eaten any time of the day, hot or cold. They are also great for using vegetables that might not be at their prime. This spinach and tomato frittata is a basic recipe, a blank canvas for culinary creativity. As it stands, this spinach and…Continue reading Recipe: Spinach and tomato frittata
This asparagus and feta frittata is a quick breakfast you can make on the weekend and refrigerate to eat during the week. It’s a great way of consuming quality protein, calcium and vegetables in the morning. Of course, you can also pair it with a salad to have it for lunch or dinner. You can…Continue reading Recipe: Asparagus and feta frittata
This is an easy, tasty recipe that makes good use of leftover frozen vegetables. You can have it for breakfast or serve it with a big salad for lunch or dinner. Enjoy!