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Sunday, November 12, 2017

Delicious Sunday Brunch- Veggie & Sausage Frittatas

Happy Sunday! Our family is still battling some sickies with Chaya having a lingering cough and the hubby also down for the count sick at home. I decided I would also take it easy and whip up a nice Sunday brunch for us all. It has been a while since we've all been able to be home for breakfast together. Eggs are a usual go-to breakfast for us (great source of protein for optimal blood sugar regulation to kick off the day), but I was craving for something different from our usual scrambled eggs and toast. I recalled a recipe I learned a few years ago at a free cooking class I took when at UCLA- frittatas! And decided to whip some up together using some leftover veggies that needed to be cleaned out from our refrigerator before going bad. My husband gave his two thumbs up as we all gobbled up this tasty treat- even Chaya ate more than we ever could have expected! 

The wonderful thing about this dish is that it is so versatile and can accommodate any produce you happen to have laying around. 

What I love about a frittata is that it is the perfect combination between an omelette and a quiche. Frittatas provide a unique texture that give enough of a different twist on eggs for me to feel like I was eating something new again. And this is all because of a special secret ingredient. This ingredient provides a nice puffiness to the dish that gives the frittata its special texture and separates it from the other egg dishes you may eat. For whatever reason, many frittata recipes you may search and find will leave out this game-changing ingredient. See below for more pictures and the recipe + secret ingredients! 


Recipe (Serves 2-3):
6 eggs
2-3 cups of veggies of your choice (we used green onions, red onions and kale)
2 small golden yukon potatoes (these potatoes in particular added a fantastic creaminess and texture to the dish)
1/4 cup avocado oil
1 cup protein of choice (we used chicken sausage)
1/2 cup coconut milk (or cream if you prefer dairy)
1/4 cup organic/ non-gmo flour ***this is the secret ingredient!
3/4 teaspoon baking soda ***this is another secret ingredient!
3/4 teaspoon himalayan pink salt

Preparation: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Start with chopping and sautéing potatoes on stove to help soften and cook them to ease the baking process.

In a medium sized bowl mix eggs, flour and baking soda. Then add salt, veggies, coconut milk, cheese, oil and potatoes. Mix well. Place into baking dish of choice and bake for 25-30 minutes. 

Let cool, serve with a warm latte and Enjoy! 

Bon Appetit!



  1. Mmmm, I love a weekend frittata! I'll have to try this receipe soon :)

  2. Yum this sounds delicious! I’ve actually never had a frittata before but I want to give this a shot now!

  3. Oh yummy this looks amazing!!! I want to make this!

  4. Ah I'm not a big fan of eggs so I'm not a frittata girl, but this looks like something my parents (especially my dad) would love at the holidays!

    xoxo A

  5. mmm this looks SO good! I can't wait to make it this weekend for brunch :-)

  6. I just got sick yesterday, so I'm definitely having my own little pity party over here. Wish I had someone who would make me a delicious Sunday brunch like This! It looks amazing. I've never tried making a frittata, but this looks like one I could do.

  7. This looks delicious !!!

  8. This loooks amazing. Thanks so much for the recipe.

  9. Yum, this looks delicious! I was just looking for new recipes to try :)

    -Carine |www.rinnyandbean.com

  10. These look so good, my husband and I would love these! Thanks for sharing, I'm saving for later!

  11. I'm not the biggest fan of eggs, but this looks amazing!
    xo, Lily
    Beauty With Lily

  12. This looks so, so tasty. We're big fans of breakfast for dinner around here, so I would totally consider making this tonight for supper :)

    xoxo, SS

    Southern and Style

  13. I am fond of making fritattas, too, and I look forward to making it with your secret ingredients.


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