Our Favorite Frittata Recipes

Frittatas are a great vessel for leftovers — the fluffy egg dish is equally delicious with a variety of meats, cheeses and vegetables. Serve for brunch or breakfast-for-dinner to satisfy every taste.

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Frittata with Asparagus, Tomato, and Fontina

Though frittatas are similar to omelets, they’re firmer in texture and cooked all the way through. That’s why Giada ensures that every veggie in her frying pan is coated in egg before broiling — that way, the frittata will stay together without the veggies falling out.

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Instant Pot Mini Frittatas

Make a quick and delicious brunch appetizer or snack with your Instant Pot®.

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Frittata

Ree loves frittatas because they’re versatile — you can add in meats, veggies or whatever else you have on hand. In her fan-favorite recipe, Ree includes potatoes, olives, roasted red peppers and more.

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Mini Frittatas

Giada makes her frittatas in mini-muffin cups for easy, bite-size portions. Don’t be afraid to use whole milk in the egg mixture — unlike skim or lower-fat versions, the creamy milk makes the frittatas light and fluffy.

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Whole30 Veggie-Packed Breakfast Frittata

Make this Whole30 (a lifestyle that encourages you to choose whole food over processed, and eschews sugar, grains, dairy and legumes) egg dish for an easy on-the-go breakfast. It's packed with veggies and can be stored in the fridge for the week. Eat it hot or cold, depending on how much time you have.

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Spring Frittata

Ricotta, thyme and zucchini add fresh pops of color to this beautiful frittata.

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Spinach Frittata

Sometimes, the simple ingredients make the best dishes. With Trisha’s easy frittata, staples like spinach and Swiss cheese come together to make a light yet filling breakfast.

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Potato Basil Frittata

Serve a slice of Ina's frittata that's filled with two types of cheese, diced potatoes and chopped fresh basil for a seriously delicious brunch. How easy is that?

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Frittata Subs

Say hello to your new go-to lunch. Sliced frittatas take the place of meat on a hero roll, sandwiched between chopped pepperoncini and topped with melted provolone. Serve with potato chips for that classic deli flavor.

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Egg White Frittata with Lox and Arugula

Giada's egg white frittata includes three flavor-forward main ingredients: lox, arugula and lemon zest.

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Low Country Shrimp Frittata

Seafood seasoning is the secret ingredient in this frittata made with green peppers, celery, onion and shrimp.

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Pizza Frittata

Frittata takes the place of crust in this super-easy "pizza". The whole dish is ready in just 20 minutes — which is probably less time than delivery.

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Mexican Frittata

Whip up this filling egg dish as a breakfast-for-dinner option. Kids can eat the frittata slices like a pizza, and the slices make great leftovers, either warmed up or served at room temperature.

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Ramen Noodle Frittata

Fry up Asian-inspired frittata fun with cooked ramen noodles, ground chicken, coleslaw mix and eggs (of course).

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Potato Pancetta Frittata

Ina’s secret for a great frittata? She incorporates flour and baking powder into her egg mixture — the ingredients ensure that the frittata is wonderfully light and perfectly puffed.

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Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Frittata

Salmon and cream cheese, classic bagel toppers, work just as well in an egg dish as they do on a breakfast sandwich. Serve this savory frittata with crispy hash browns and you'll be saying "bagel, who?"

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Vegetable Frittata

A mix of whole eggs and egg whites in this frittata keeps the flavor with half the fat.

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Sweet Potato and Kale Spanish Frittata

Don’t skip the smoked mozzarella in Giada’s frittata — the cheese adds a warm, savory flavor to her veggie-packed dish.

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Mushroom Frittata with Endive Salad

Cooking for a crowd? With mild mushrooms and nutty gruyere, this frittata has something to please all of your brunch guests.

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Kitchen Sink Frittata

As Nancy says, “You can make a frittata out of anything.” She throws in leftovers from her fridge, like steak and asparagus, to make her breakfast-for-dinner dish.

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