Frittatas: I love them. But before I read Stonesoup’s guide to the perfect frittata, I was too intimidated to try making my own. I thought I’d have to start cooking the eggs on the stove, try to flip the eggs without making a mess, move it all to the oven, and so forth.
A frittata is an Italian-style flat omelet that's baked in a skillet. This frittata recipe features spinach, bacon and cheddar cheese. It's perfect for holiday brunches or other special occasions — even dinner.
I started making these little baked frittatas that I nicknamed Egg Muffins back in 2005 and since then I've made endless variations. This version of Egg Muffins with Ham, Cheddar, and Green Bell Pepper is still one of my favorites. These are perfect for a quick low-carb breakfast or snack. [from KalynsKitchen.com} #LowCarb #GrabAndGoBreakfast
Egg muffins, aka baked omelets/minifrittatas, are everywhere — and they appeal to any busy person, whether a mom, a health-conscious individual, or a working professional. Feel free to play around with the ratios if you'd like to double down on the vegetables or go heavier on the cheese. This recipe is pretty forgivable . . . just don't flood the muffin cups, and you should be good to go!