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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Mini Frittata Recipe

        We love to make up a huge batch of Mini Frittatta's.  They are so simple to make and little kids really enjoy them.  The best thing about them is they are easy to adapt to your own family's taste (just like an omelet that you add whatever mix-ins you desire) and you can make a bunch in a short time with minimal work.

Mini Frittata

                                        10 eggs                                    1/2 c. milk
                                        1/2 tsp. salt                              1 c. shredded cheese
                                        1/4 tsp. pepper                          1 T. parsley
                                        3 T. bacon bits                          diced bell peppers


    Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray.  Put a bit of diced pepper into each muffin tin and a bit of shredded cheese.  Next, in a large bowl, whisk the rest of the ingredients together.

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 Pour the egg mixture into the pan.  I fill it up to about the top.  These will puff up real big during baking but will collapse and flatten out.  You bake them for about 11-12 minutes in a preheated 350 degree oven.  Let cool for a minute or two and enjoy.

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I know they look smashed  and unattractive but they are so yummy!

Using the 10 eggs and the ingredients listed above, this recipe made 30 of the mini frittatas. 
They can be stored easily in the refrigerator for several days and reheated in a 325 degree oven for a few minutes or "nuked" in the microwave. 



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2 comments:

  1. YUM! I need to try this for my little boy. Thanks for linking this up to Monday Funday!

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    1. Kelly, so glad I could be a part of Monday Funday.

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