Easiest Frittata


Happy Monday!

Anyone know why we always say happy Monday? Realistically is anyone really that glad that it is Monday? Maybe people that work the weekends. To be honest with you all, I’ve always been alright with Mondays, but have always hated Tuesdays. Come Monday, I’m just ready to start the week and get going, I mean we have to start sometime. But Tuesdays, we are only 1 days in to the week, and still have 3 more days until the weekend. It’s kind of the tease of a weekday. Anyway, if you’re still reading, you’re a good person. Here is why you’re really here.

I just wanted to share with you guys one of our staple go-to meals in our home. We almost always have all the ingredients on hand (especially considering you can change them every time), and it is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This is typically a Saturday brunch or weeknight dinner for us. Goodman loves eggs, and I love low maintanence, so it is a winner in our home. Throw a few things in a pan, and 20 minutes later we have a beautiful dish that is tasty and healthy.

Vegetable Frittata



Cast Iron Skillet (or oven safe pan)

* I found mine at Goodwill for $1.50 a few years ago! I keep checking back because I want at least one more small one. 


6 Eggs

1/3 of an onion

2 mini peppers or 1/2 of a pepper

2 handfuls of spinach 

8 oz Sausage

1/4 cup of Feta cheese

Pinch of italian seasoning





  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Dice all of the veggies and sauté them right in the iron skillet
  3. Add the sliced sausage
  4. Meanwhile whisk the eggs, spinach, and seasonings together 
  5. After the sausage is slightly browned, pour the egg into the skillet 
  7. Slowly run your spatula along the edges of the skillet allowing the egg on top to slide down to the bottom and cook
  8. Let it sit and cook for a minute or two, just until it sets and is slightly firm
  9. Sprinkle Feta on top
  10. Put it in the oven
  11. Cook for about 15 minutes, or until cooked on top
  12. Enjoy! 


This is definitely the one that we make most frequently, but you can literally throw whatever you want in there. Sometimes we do diced potatoes, kale, parmesan, mushrooms, or bacon. It can be as simple or complex as you or your critics prefer.

Anyone have a favorite combo that they make?


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  • Reply mallory

    Oh yum!! Thanks for sharing!

    mallory |

    July 11, 2016 at 4:17 pm
    • Reply Nicole George

      You’re so welcome Mallory! Glad you enjoy it!

      July 11, 2016 at 11:44 pm
  • Reply LeeLee

    Yum! Looks delicious. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

    July 12, 2016 at 5:05 am
    • Reply Nicole George

      Absolutely, thanks for reading! Hope you try it and it works for you 🙂

      July 13, 2016 at 2:44 am
  • Reply Ron

    Looks easy enough and it looks delicious! I have to run to the store then to get some feta and spinach. The other ingredients are in our fridge. Thanks for the recipe!

    Ron | Nearby Wanderer

    July 14, 2016 at 11:21 am
    • Reply Nicole George

      It really is the easiest! And I love that you can substitute anything. Literally just add whatever you have on hand. You’re so welcome, hope you like it!

      July 14, 2016 at 5:12 pm

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