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Delicious, followed the recipe, added fresh thyme.
Delicious and easy to make!
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 21.6g 28%
Saturated Fat 8.1g 40%
Cholesterol 300mg 100%
Sodium 414mg 18%
Total Carbohydrate 5.5g 2%
Dietary Fiber 1.7g 6%
Total Sugars 2.2g
Great but I prefer more nutmeg.
Didn’t see nutmeg in recipe! However am sure it would be nice. I used grated lemon rind and it added freshness.
I wish the nutrition facts were somewhere on here
Hi, Jenn! We don’t currently calculate nutritional information on our recipes. I’d recommend using an online nutritional calculator like this one. Thanks!
Superb! Decided to try it on a whim and was surprised to see that I just happened to have all the necessary ingredients. My hubby helped me assemble, because he knows it’ll bring him closer to actually ‘eating’ breakfast if he helps. It was quick and easy and we added diced Canadian bacon at the final step. We made ours in a cast iron skillet and all heat/times worked out perfectly. Will definitely add this to our breakfast rotation. Thank you!
Rather good as described. Also works with bacon fat instead of vegetable oil (of course) and bacon bits, and feta instead of goat cheese in a pinch, though goat is better.
Outstanding! Delicious and relatively easy to make. A huge hit at our family brunches.
Instead of spinach, I sliced a bunch of brussels sprouts thin, tossed them with a bit of oil and then roasted them.
I used onion,garlic, red peppers, spinach, chicken and cheddar cheese.
1/3 cup hard cheese = 35 grams , what is right the caps or the grams?
Hi Shelley, thanks for catching that typo! Use about 30 grams.
This is a family favorite and we all appreciate how delicious it is. Thank you for sharing the recipe. I noticed that the recipe changed though. The old version included baking the dish in the oven versus cooking covered on stove top/broiling in the oven. The old version was more successful for us. Would you mind to offer the old version as an option?
Hi Lisa, yes I’ve changed the recipe a bit, cutting back the amount of spinach and goat cheese as well. You could easily bake this updated version in the oven. If you are looking for the older recipe, you can find it here: https://web.archive.org/web/20121108071349/http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/spinach_frittata/
Made this tonight using spinach, parmesean cheese and bacon. Oh, yum… to die for and so easy!!!
I added grated carrot and topped it w chopped fresh tomatoes since I did not have sun dried on hand. The broiler on low set the top nicely for me ( with the handle sticking out of the oven).
A delightful combination of yummy foods. We’re between a veggie farm and a goat farm – tomatoes and cheese aplenty! A big hit Sunday morning for gluten-issue guests at our B&B.
Many thanks for sharing – and for the person who put it up on Pinterest!
Uh, before you do this, make sure your skillet is either cast iron, or has a very strong handle.
Otherwise, you might end up grabbing the handle to pull it out and the handle snap in two, causing you to almost spill your dish, ruin, your skillet, and splattered egg all over like I did. In my brand new oven.
Otherwise, tastes fantastic, and looks exactly like the photos.
i wilt the veggies slightly in the microwave, putting veggies i.e. onion, greens and fresh chopped tomatoes on a paper plate lined with paper towels for about 2 minutes and let them cool until i am ready to cook. This eliminates them from emitting too much water. I use a regular skillet – non non-stick – and set it on the counter for about a minute and it never sticks for me.
Lacking an oven-proof skillet, I made this in my Dutch Oven, and it turned out very, very well! Thanks for the delicious recipes!
Another trick for a hot pan handle: Slide your oven mitt over the handle. That way, if you try to pick it up, you’re protected, and the oven mitt isn’t going anywhere. I burned my hand in my teens, too, and I’ve NEVER forgotten it! OUCH!!
my 16 year old spent the weekend. On Sunday morning I got up and looked in the fridge, I had 3 dozen eggs, and a Jumbo family-sized bag of spinach. Well of course I googled recipes using eggs and spinach, came upon your recipe and made it. I was hoping that using frozen spinach instead of fresh wouldnt affect it, but it came out beautifully! THANKS!