15 Fabulous, Fluffy Frittata Recipes

Less fussy than an omelet, more elegant than scrambled eggs, the frittata is an egg-lover's dream. Try these easy and delicious frittata recipes tomorrow morning.

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Vegetable Frittata

When you're looking for something healthy in a hurry, you can't beat this vegetable frittata cooked in a cast-iron skillet. —Janet Eckhoff, Woodland, California
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Garden Cheddar Frittata

The potato crust on this pretty frittata is so easy to make, and everyone will love the taste. I’ve made it with goat cheese, too, and it’s delicious. You can also use other vegetables if you like. —Eva Amuso, Harbour House Inn B&B, Cheshire, Massachusetts
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Asparagus & Cheese Frittata

This rich and creamy frittata begins in the skillet and ends in the oven. We like this melty, cheesy dish with salad on the side. —Gilda Lester, Millsboro, Delaware
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What's in the Fridge Frittata

Great for a last-minute breakfast, brunch or lunch, guests rave about the crab and Swiss combination in this frittata. I also like to use sausage and cheddar with asparagus or whatever’s in season—and in the fridge. —Deborah Posey, Virginia Beach, Virginia
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Sausage & Mushroom Pizza Frittata

I love this frittata because the combination of fresh, bold flavors makes it special. It’s the perfect sunny brunch item. —Wolfgang Hanau, West Palm Beach, Florida
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The only thing hard about this fantastic frittata is deciding when to serve it. Made with chicken, cheese and sweet and chewy sun-dried tomatoes, it’s wonderful for breakfast, lunch or dinner. —Sharon Delaney-Chronis, South Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Feta Asparagus Frittata

Asparagus and feta cheese come together to make this frittata extra special. It's perfect for a lazy Sunday or to serve with a tossed salad for a light lunch. —Mildred Sherrer, Fort Worth, Texas
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Frittata Florentine

My family is all about brunchy meals like this gorgeous Italian omelet. Lucky for us, it’s loaded with ingredients we tend to have at the ready. —Jenny Flake, Newport Beach, California
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Mascarpone-Mushroom Frittata Stack

When I bring this delicious egg dish to the table, I always get “ooohs” and “aaahs!” It looks impressive but is quite easy to prepare. —Gilda Lester, Millsboro, Delaware
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Garden Frittata

I created this frittata recipe one day to use up some fresh yellow squash, zucchini and tomato. It's so easy to make because you don't have to fuss with a crust. Give it different twist by trying it with whatever veggies you have on hand. —Catherine Michel, St. Peters, Missouri
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Herb Breakfast Frittata

I came up with this recipe on a snowy day by using what I had in the fridge. Yukon Gold potatoes give this frittata a comforting bottom crust. —Katherine Hansen, Brunswick, Maine
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Ham and Potato Frittata

Easy and delicious, this hearty dish’s been appreciated whenever I’ve served it…breakfast, lunch or dinner. Reheated or cold, the leftovers are also great! —Katie Dreibelbis, State College, Pennsylvania
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Asparagus and Red Pepper Frittata

What a tasty way to start a morning! This frittata is enriched with asparagus, potatoes, peppers, herbs and a wonderful blend of cheeses. Serve with a side of seasonal fruit. —Toni Donahue, Westerville, Ohio
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Black Bean & White Cheddar Frittata

This is one of my favorite comfort foods for breakfast or even a quick dinner. I like to make it with lime salsa. But if you're looking for something with more kick, use hot salsa or add some chipotle pepper. —Aysha Schurman, Ammon, Idaho
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Roasted Vegetable Frittata

The wonderful thing about frittatas is that I can make them with whatever I have available in my garden and in the pantry. This version uses spring produce to its fullest. Roasting really intensifies the natural sweetness of the asparagus and onion, and the earthiness of the potatoes. —Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho

Hazel Wheaton
Hazel is a writer and editor who has worked in the publishing industry for over 25 years in the fields of travel, jewelry arts and food. As the editor of the Taste of Home Christmas Annual (among other titles), she's in the holiday spirit all year round. An enthusiastic baker, she's known for her cookies, cakes and other baked goods. And she still wishes she could cook like her mother.