5 Ingredient Vegetable Frittata {and details about the cookbook launch party}

Have an amazingly delicious and healthy breakfast by making this 5 ingredient vegetable frittata which is full of fresh flavors and takes only 15 minutes to make!

5 Ingredient vegetable frittata recipe from @sweetphi

Happy Five-Ingredient Friday everyone, can we collectively say TGIF?! It’s been one of THOSE weeks with non-stop everything. Probably because it was a short work week (how was your holiday?) and everything had to get done in 4 days versus 5. It made me appreciate this recipe even more.

Door to Door Organics Itty Bitty Box @sweetphi

You see, I’ve been making this vegetable frittata since I was testing the recipe for the bonus ebook for cookbook preorders (that is still going on through July 18th, be sure to check out the details here) and am totally in love with it. A frittata is just an Italian version of an omelet, and I have to say, they are so much easier to make, that they surpass omelets in my eyes any day of the week, no flipping or anything like that!

Door to Door Organics ingredients for cookbook recipes @sweetphi

Frittatas are fantastic for using fresh vegetables in. When I get my Door to Door Organics orders, I always use some of the veggies from that weeks’ order to make one with. I make a vegetable frittata and then have it for breakfasts throughout the week – they reheat really well!

Door to Door Organics strawberries for strawberries and cream tarts from @sweetphiDoor to Door Organics is, and has been a total time saver for me. When I was in the process of creating my cookbook, I didn’t take time off of work and needed to get a bunch of things done, so I didn’t always have time to go to the grocery store. I planned the recipes I would be making, sometimes it was 7+ recipes needing to be made on a particular weekend, and I would order all my ingredients for the coming weeks’ recipes. Boxes of groceries would show up on delivery days and then I’d be all set to go. Door to Door Organics is the best!!! I made the 5-ingredient strawberries and cream tartlets from the cookbook last week.

Door to Door Organics grand prize for cookbook launch party @sweetphi

If you’re in the Milwaukee area, I would LOVE for you to come to my COOKBOOK LAUNCH PARTY! It’s going to be on July 18th at the Milwaukee Public Market (a super cool location). There’s going to be food samples (made with Door to Door Organics ingredients) and there are going to be tons of giveaways!

Door to Door Organics prize for cookbook launch party @sweetphi

A little sneak peak- there’s going to be gift bags for the first 50 people! Not just any ‘ole gift bags, but gorgeous little cloth lunch bags (I really want one because I don’t have a lunch bag and carry my lunch in like an old plastic bag, so not eco friendly!) And there’s going to be one grand prize winner who will receive a crate full of awesome stuff AND a $200 gift certificate to Door to Door Organics and a bunch of other goodies. I seriously cannot wait. I hope you can come – I’d love if you would rsvp here (appreciated but not required).

5 Ingredient vegetable breakfast frittata recipe from @sweetphi

I’ve made this frittata recipe now about 6 times and can tell you first hand what a totally delicious breakfast it is. You can customize it by using whatever vegetables you have on hand. The biggest tip I’d like to share with you is that instead of using raw onions (which can be a little overpowering in the mornings) try using chives or green onions, they provide the flavor while not taking over the other vegetable flavors!

5 Ingredient Vegetable Frittata
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Serves: 4
  • 4 large eggs
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 medium tomato, chopped (about ½ cup chopped)
  • ½ green bell pepper (about ½ cup chopped)
  • 1 tablespoon fresh chives, finely chopped (or 1 teaspoon dried chives)
  • ½ cup cheddar cheese, shredded
  1. Preheat oven to 400°F. Spray a large skillet with cooking spray and set aside.
  2. In a bowl whisk the eggs and salt, then add in the chopped vegetables and chives and ¼ cup of the cheddar cheese and whisk to combine. Pour into prepared skillet and sprinkle remaining ¼ cup cheddar cheese on top.
  3. Bake for 15 minutes, then remove from oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes, then slice and serve.
This frittata reheats really well, microwave a slice for 30 seconds to 1 minute on high
This post is brought to you by my partnership Door-to-Door Organics a company whose service and products I truly love. Thank you for supporting the brands that make the Sweetphi blog possible, as always, all thoughts and opinions are mine alone.

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  • Reply

    Frittatas are the best! I love to use them as a way to use up any leftover veggies that need to be eaten. I am so glad you love Door to Door Organics. They are one of my favorite companies (and I like to think I helped influence some of the changes they made back in the day because I kept telling everyone at that company that I wanted them to start selling breads and other organic foods besides the fruits and veggies.) I wish I lived nearby because I would love to go to your party! Those cloth lunch bags are just the cutest!

    • Sweetphi

      Frittatas are definitely perfect for using leftover veggies! And that’s so cool that you know about how amazing Door to Door Organics are, with you could be here for the launch event too!

  • Reply

    Darn it I wish I could be at the cookbook launch party, but I’ll be there in spirit! In the meantime, I’ll be making this frittata because I LOVEEEE it. Such a perfect and easy weeknight meal to whip up. Great start to the weekend! 🙂 Happy Friday, Phi!!

    • Sweetphi

      Awww, wish you could be at the event too, but I really appreciate you being there in spirit and all your kind words!! Now I’m off to make another frittata lol!

  • Cassie Ducharme

    What size pan did you use? Would an 8 inch be big enough? I wish I lived closer to go to the launch party! Have fun!

    • Sweetphi

      I used a 9 inch skillet, but an 8 inch pan would work also!

  • cheri

    Hi Phi, wish I lived closer to you your launch party sounds like a lot of fun. We love frittatas, such a great way to clean out the fridge.

    • Sweetphi

      Aw, thanks Cheri! Wish you lived closer too, but thank you for the kind words. And I too love frittatas for cleaning out the fridge 🙂

  • Maya | Wholesome Yum

    This looks delicious – I love frittatas! Even better that this one is so colorful, too.

    • Sweetphi

      Frittatas are one of my new faves because of all the colorful veggies one can make them with…yum!

  • Sarah

    This frittata looks like my dream come true. The vegetables look just stunning in this one.. and of course the cheese makes everything taste so wonderful 😉

    • Sweetphi

      Veggies and cheese- one just can’t go wrong, right? This frittata has been a total life/breakfast saver for me, I make one on the weekend and the enjoy it throughout the week 🙂

  • Risa

    How can I double the recipe and still use a large cast iron skillet? How would cooking time change? I need to feed 6 hungry men!

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