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Fabulous Frittata Recipe

Frittata in pan, Clementine Nutrition

Frittata is such a wonderful choice for breakfast or lunch, so versatile, quick to make and packed full of protein helping to stabilise your blood sugar. This recipe has some lovely veg but you can just see what you have in the fridge and use up what's there, so it is great for using up leftover veg. Just remember for harder veg, cook first before adding the egg mixture.

For lunchboxes, it can be cooked the night before if you are super organised, or quickly made in the morning. If not quite cooled, just add some kitchen paper to your lunchbox to absorb the heat.

You will need a pan that can be transferred from the hob to the stove, it's well worth investing in.

Making a frittata, Clementine Nutrition

The Fabulous Frittata Recipe


  • 4 eggs

  • 80g grated goats cheese or alternative

  • 1/4 finely grated courgette

  • 1/4 red/orange pepper

  • Sprinkling of herbs de Provence

  • Handful of peas

  • Olive oil or unflavoured coconut oil

Cooking a Frittata, Clementine Nutrition


  1. Heat 1tsp of olive oil or coconut oil in a oven-proof pan and add the chopped pepper. Cook for 2/3 minutes.

  2. Put on the grill.

  3. Mix the eggs, grated cheese, finely grated courgette and peas together in a mixing bowl.

  4. Add this mixture to the pan and cook for a few minutes until the underside is a light brown.

  5. Move the pan to the grill and cook until the top is firm and is cooked through.

  6. Remove and allow to cool.

  7. Cut into portions to put in a lunchbox or eat immediately.

  8. Have with fresh salad, tomatoes and cucumbers.

Cooking a frittata, Clementine Nutrition

So why eat Eggs

Eggs, the star ingredient in this frittata, are a nutritional powerhouse.

  • High-Quality Protein: Eggs are an excellent source of high-quality protein, essential for repairing and building tissues, including those in your digestive system. Protein also helps in the production of digestive enzymes and stomach acid, helping your body to breakdown your food.

  • Choline: They are rich in choline, which helps with the processing of the fats in your diet and supports the liver in producing bile, needed for fat digestion.

Frittata in luchbox, Clementine Nutrition

  • B Vitamins: including B2 and B12, essential for a healthy digestive system as they maintain the lining of the digestive tract.

  • Easy to Digest: For most people they are easy to digest making them a gentle food for the digestive system compared with other protein sources.

  • Contain Nutrient-Dense Yolks: The egg yolk is packed with amazing nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats.

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