Julia's take on a frittata: a quick and healthy family favourite
I love this recipe. It's full of colourful vegetables and protein. No processed carbs in sight and better still: It's super easy to make, works for breakfast, lunch or dinner AND feeds the whole family.
Use whatever vegetables you have to hand, substitute feta for cheddar or blue cheese, throw in any left over roasted veggies or whatever else you have lurking at the back of the fridge. You get the picture: This recipe is pretty flexible, as long as you have plenty of eggs, it'll work out. Mine tastes different each time I make it.
Take out of the oven and serve with a side salad. Yum!
Leftovers are great for breakfast, lunch boxes or anytime you fancy really. Enjoy!
A Halloween feast has become a bit of a tradition in our house. I always try and keep it as healthy as possible, which is admittedly not an easy task. It requires some planning, but it's great fun. It's worth the effort just for the look on our girls' faces when they come home from guising (with their bags full of sugary sweets) and discover what is on the table.
Add some candles and spooky music and dig in.
My name is Julia and I am a personal trainer and nutrition coach in Edinburgh.