A Vegetable Frittata To Love

Vegetable Frittata

Made with zucchini, red bell pepper, yellow bell pepper, red onion, olive oil, salt & pepper, minced garlic cloves, eggs, half-and-half, Parmesan cheese, butter, scallions, and Gruyère cheese.

This was a lovely and fancy breakfast and there were plenty of leftovers for the next few days.  Zapping a serving inside the microwave each day was all it took for me to have some scrumptiousness in my mouth in no time at all.

I love looking at all the pretty colors in food dishes.  It makes for an appetizing meal.

Vegetable Frittata

It was great to not have to think about what I was going to have for breakfast each day.  A wedge of this loveliness piping hot from the microwave and I’m ready to roll.

Recipe for—Roasted Vegetable Frittata

So, if you have nothing else to do today, make yourself a frittata and load it up with all kinds of goodies.

Take-Away Life Lesson:  You really can pretty much throw just about anything into a frittata and make it your own.  And there you have breakfast for a few days.

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20 thoughts on “A Vegetable Frittata To Love

  1. Okay, my darlin’, you have had me on every recipe you’ve posted…right up until this one. Of course I suppose it would help if I were a veggie sort of guy.

    1. Aw shucks! And I was doing so well. 🙂 Well I guess we could throw some ham and bacon in there to livin’ it up a bit. 😉

      1. Though it brings groans from my doctor, my idea of a balanced meal is that the meat on one side of the plate doesn’t weigh more than the potatoes on the other.

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