These Egg Frittata Breakfast Muffins will bless up your mornings.
Eggs are one of our favorite foods. They contain a good source of protein while also providing healthy fats, selenium, vitamin D, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, zinc, iron, and copper. This Egg Frittata Breakfast Muffin recipe adds even more vital nutrients with tomatoes, spinach, and garlic. We love eggs for even more reasons than just their nutrition content. They are also super affordable and last up to four to five weeks in the refrigerator!
We like to make these on Sunday and have them ready in the refrigerator for the week. Egg muffins make a great post-workout meal as well. Grab them before work, after the gym, or in a hurry on that morning commute. All you need to do is heat them and enjoy!
Let’s get to cooking! Begin by preheating the oven to 350F. Then add all of the ingredients minus the grape tomatoes to a bowl, whisk together, and pour the egg mixture evenly into a lightly greased muffin pan until it reaches the top. We used a 12 cup muffin pan, and used 9 of the cups for batter. Top each muffin cup with 1 halved grape tomato (this step makes the muffins so pretty and colorful!) Bake for 20 minutes. Once done, allow to cool and enjoy!
Feel free to add in whatever yummy veggies you have on hand. Who thinks these Egg Frittata Breakfast Muffins will make healthy eating in the AM that much easier? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
- 6 eggs beaten
- 1/2 cup grated potatoes
- 1/2 onion, chopped
- 1/4 cup tomatoes, chopped
- 1 cup raw spinach, finely chopped
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- Dash of salt and cayenne pepper, to taste
- Optional: 9 grape tomatoes, halved
Preheat the oven to 350F
Add the eggs, potatoes, onion, tomatoes, spinach, spices and salt into a bowl and whisk together.
Pour the egg mixture evenly into a lightly greased muffin pan until it reaches the top. We used a 12 cup muffin pan, and used 9 of the cups for batter
Top each muffin cup with the 1 halved grape tomato
Bake for 20 minutes. Allow to cool and enjoy!
What is the nutritional info for these?
Hey! We don’t do nutrition calculations on our recipe. Super time consuming to fact check for accuracy. Sorry!
What’s the shelf life for these if they’re kept in the fridge? Or, will they be okay if I choose to freeze them?
hey! They last up to 1 week. I’ve never frozen them but generally, you can freeze eggs for months so try it and see how it goes!
Making these today! I’ll be using broccoli instead of tomatoes because it’s what I have in the fridge! Thanks for a quick, healthy and tasty recipe!
yummm! we hope it’s a success with the broccoli swap!
It was! Thanks! Love the recipe! It’s great having such a quick and easy breakfast in the morning! And I feel good about eating it! Eggs, yum! Veggies, yum!
I was wondering if I could substitute a few of the yokes for whites? Trying to get most of the protein just cut back on the fat!
You can! But you shouldn’t be concerned about the yolks- they’re packed with good nutrition. Fats aren’t something to be scared of- we need them for so many body functions!
Latisha Williams says
I have a silly question. Are the grated potatoes supposed to be cooked or raw?
Easy to make recipe. Great way to start the day and save time by just popping a couple in the microwave and making a slice of toast
Misti Foletta says
I’m going to try this recipe. I’m going to turn it into a fully vegan frittata. I have a really yummy scrambled vegan eggs I found.
oh wow let us know how that comes out!
Where’s the calorie count?
we don’t provide nutrient breakdowns for our recipes!
Should the potatoes be cooked?
The first time is always the puzzling time, how many potatoes do you need ? (approx.) -Answer: 1 med., How many tomatoes do you need ? (approx.) – Answer: 1 med. (not beef steak). How much fresh spinach? (approx.) – Answer: about 1/2 of a bundled bunch
But even though they stay a long period of time in the refrigerator…can you freeze these??
yep you can freeze these!