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BakedFrittata

 
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Baked Frittata

 

This is the perfect "I don't know what to make kind of meal." It's fast, easy and everyone likes it. There are so many health benefits to eggs from B-vitamins to good fats and protein and a lot of it is in the yolk.

In this recipe Nutritional Yeast is used to make this dish even more nutritionally dense. This is a deactivated yeast which is completely different than the baking yeast most people are allergic to. This yeast is grown on molasses and dried which deactivates it. It looks like yellow flakes and has a cheesy/nutty smell. You can find it at Health Food Stores or Bulk Food stores. Nutritional Yeast is an alternative way to get an ample amount of B-vitamins, more specifically B12. You can also add it to soups or pastas.

  • 4-6 eggs (preferably organic)

  • 1/2 cup milk or non-dairy milk and or veggie broth

  • 2-3 tbs of Nutritional Yeast and or 1/3 cup grated aged cheddar

  • 2 tbs of olive oil and salt/pepper to taste

  • 1/4 cup chopped red or white onions

  • 3 mushrooms thinly sliced

  • Handful of spinach overtop

Directions

  1. beat eggs and add all above ingredients and place into an medium size (8" round x 2" deep) oven-safe ceramic or glass cookware.

  2. add spinach overtop

  3. place in your oven @350F for 20 min.