Learn how to make the perfect frittata with this comprehensive guide! This recipe assumes you’re cooking the vegetables in your skillet—if you’re using leftover vegetables for the stovetop option, simply warm them in the skillet before adding the eggs. Recipe yields 1 large frittata or 18 mini frittatas (approximately 8 servings).
Storage suggestions: Frittata leftovers keep well for a few days in the refrigerator. You can serve leftover frittata chilled, let it come to room temperature on its own, or gently warm individual slices in the microwave or oven.
Can I freeze it? I don’t recommend freezing leftover frittata. When I defrosted my frozen slices, they turned very watery and slightly rubbery. If you’re looking for a good egg-based freezer recipe, check out my breakfast burritos.
Prepare in advance: The baked method is best for make-ahead frittatas. You can whisk the eggs, cooked vegetables and cheese together in advance. Cover and refrigerate the mixture until you’re ready to bake (it should keep well for up to two days). Grease a casserole dish or muffin tin and bake as directed above.