My favorite thing about frittatas is the fact that they have all the flavor of a fluffy veggie omelette but without the treacherous flip. *This recipe was originally published in Sept. 2014. Can you overnight me a piece?! I just DON’T like eggs. (btw new follower :D), Frittatas are one of my favourites too – such a great fridge-clearer! This looks so good. Find out with our free weekly recipe newsletter! If you’ve ever attempted to fold an omelette only to have the contents spill all over your skillet or stove top, turning itself into accidental scrambled eggs, then you know my pain. Once onion is translucent, add spinach, season with nutmeg, and sauté until spinach is wilted. Preheat oven to 180°C/355°F. This looks absolutely delicious! This delicious frittata would be great for breakfast, brunch or any time! I’ve never thought of grating sweet potato. I especially love that, unlike a quiche, it’s a one-pot wonder of sorts. Because seriously, who wouldn’t want to wake up to that?! I couldn’t eat them for the first 5 or 6 months of pregnancy! And I bet it’s delicious , Yay…awesome!! Crumble feta cheese on top and bake for approx. Remove from oven, serve, and enjoy! Still, I don’t think that it will be good for 5-6 days – so do you think freezing some of it and reheating later would work out? Peel the sweet potato and slice carefully using a mandoline. Garnish with anything you’d like! I always roast my sweet potato or squash/pumpkin before adding it to my frittatas but I’m definitely trying this! When it comes to prepping my eggs I like to evoke my inner Jackson Pollock. 5 Stand frittata for 5 minutes before cutting into wedges. Step 1/3 300 g sweet potatoes 1 onion 1 clove garlic 8 eggs 180 ml whole milk ½ tsp salt ½ tsp pepper I bought eggs and spinach today and will make the frittata tomorrow. I find this feisty vegetarian frittata is much easier to make than an omelette or quiche but has all the amazing flavor! Baked Seafood Dip with Crab, Shrimp, and Veggies. This Sweet Potato Frittata with spinach and caramelized onion is a beautiful and nutritious breakfast. Whisk your eggs with the milk and then add your cheese. Put a few spoons of pesto on the top bf placing in the oven. Mix in spinach, green onions, … Add onion, bacon, and garlic. For the milk in the recipe I used almond milk but coconut milk, half and half, or just regular milk will sub fabulously. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. I guarantee you that I squealed at that! Yum, yum, yum…this looks SO good!! Go for it! Oh my, that’s so going on my grocery list for next week. Once the frittata is fluffy, remove from oven and allow to cool. But if I did, I think I’d really like this recipe because everything else looks delicious!! Hello convenience! Recipe testing round #1 was spent pressing the shredded sweet potato into a crust of sorts. This works gloriously with white potatoes but sweet potatoes never get quite as crispy or crust-like, it just kind of turned to mush. In a 12-inch non-stick oven-proof skillet over medium heat, melt butter; add sweet potatoes. Yum! Every time I see frittatas or omelets I WISH that I liked eggs. participates in select affiliate advertising programs. help from healthy freezer and pantry staples. Nearly everything is done in the skillet! all the colors!! I adore having the next morning’s breakfast baked and ready to go. This looks like it may make that dream possible . Yum! Yum, what a great breakfast or lunch that you can prepare ahead of time. I’m dying to love it! If you’ve ever attempted to fold an omelette only to have the contents spill all over your skillet or stove top, turning itself into accidental scrambled eggs, then you know my pain. I recently had a staring contest with a sweet potato. If you get a chance to try this tasty Sweet Potato Frittata with Spinach and Feta, let me know! Nom Nom Nom indeed!!! Ooh I’ve even thought about shredding sweet potatoes, I love this idea. I guarantee you that I will be making this next week. I’ve got your GF back girly! . <3 Thanks Sarah! Finely dice onion and garlic. I love this version – so colourful! Leave some love in the comment form below or tag your photos with @peasandcrayons on Instagram so I can happy dance over your creation! They’re super easy and oh-so-easy to customize with whatever is lurking in your fridge! If your fridge contents are lacking, worry not! I love sweet potatoes so I am surprised that I’ve never shredded them and thrown them into scrambled eggs or frittata myself. Round #2 called for swirling the sweet potato in with the spinach and topping with an extra sprinkle of both at the end. Love this and I will definitely be giving it a try! Add spinach and cook, uncovered for 1-2 minutes or until slightly wilted.