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There's something awesome about trying a new recipe and having it be a big success instead of a horrible flop. Last night was awesome - I made my first ever frittata and it was OMG TASTY NOMS. Here's what I did:


Ingredients:
1/2 Tbs smart balance spread
1 Tbs McCormick Roasted Garlic blend
1 cup chopped red/green peppers
1/2 cup diced onion
2oz diced canadian bacon
1/4 cup Kraft 2% shredded cheese, mexican blend
1 cup Egg Beaters

Set oven to 350°

In a small skillet sprayed with pam, melt the smart balance and sauté the veggies until nice and soft. Add the canadian bacon and let it just cook for a little bit. Spread them out even over the bottom of the pan.

In a bowl, mix the cheese with the egg beaters. Pour this over the veggies and put in the oven for about 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, turn on your broiler and leave for 5 more minutes or until the top is golden, crispy and fluffy. Take pan out of oven, let cool for a bit. THEN EAT THE TASTY NOMS!

I use egg beaters because it's more diet friendly (same with the 2% cheese), but real eggs and real cheese I'm sure would be just fine.

Total time: Maybe 20 minutes?
 
 
 
 
 
 
So for one L/G serving, would that be half the frittata? Or was this a "enough for one" serving?
One frittata is one serving. Normally you get 2 cups of egg beaters as your "lean" portion. I figured using 1 cup and adding the canadian bacon and cheese would equal the same.
AWESOME!! :D I found this microwave omelette for one thing at Marshalls, I may have to try this in that for Tom. It won't be as crispy, but if it's something I can send to work with him pretty easily, then WIN!