Pepperoni Pizza Frittatas2On to the New Year! 2013 is upon us, and we are busier than ever with potty training, sledding, working, playing music and being parents in general. I had a few hours today to prep some quick grab-n-go protein fixes to throw in the freezer for trips to town, snacks for the baby, etc.

We bought 5 dozen farm eggs this week from our friends, and so I decided to make something egg-based. The little one has already decided that pizza is her favorite all-time food…go figure, and I hid the veggies under the pepperoni.

These mini frittatas are so easy to make, and the topping possibilies are endless…Here’s a few I am already turning around in my head…

margarita…fresh sliced tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and fresh basil

sausage, red bell peppers, kalamata and onion

bacon, caramelized onion, asiago

  • On the go? Pop one in the microwave or devour it cold. With your hands!!!!
  • Or Serve a couple hot with a big green salad…be sophisticated and eat with a fork and knife.

These freeze beautifully, so feel free to make a few batches of them to have for handy snacks, or fast family dinners.

Makes about 10 servings

Mini Pepperoni Pizza Frittatas

Pepperoni Pizza Frittatas31 dozen eggs (6 egg whites/6 whole eggs)

3/4 cup greek yogurt

1/2 cup marinara sauce, plus more for serving

1 teaspoon sea salt

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon onion powder

1 teaspoon italian seasoning

Pepperoni Pizza Frittatas11 cup sauteed veggies(mushrooms, leeks, bell pepper, onion, etc.)

1 1/2 cups shredded sharp white cheddar or italian cheese blend

1 package Applegate uncured Pepperoni



Whisk the eggs, yogurt, marinara, and spices in a medium sized bowl.

Pour 1/4 c of the mixture into each cup in a muffin top baking pan.

Sprinkle sauteed veggies, and top with 1 Tbs cheese and one piece of pepperoni.

Bake in batches at 375 degrees F for 12-15 minutes.

and if you were wondering…these are kid tested and approved:)


Pepperoni Pizza Frittatas4Enjoy!!!

3 Thoughts on “Mini Pepperoni Pizza Fritattas

  1. I’m 30 and I think pizza might still be my all-time favorite food :) I love this idea! They look fantastic.

  2. Wow, what a great idea! I definitely need to try this. How many eggs do you need? You said one dozen eggs, but that doesn’t equal 6 eggs + 6 whites. I’m allergic to the yolk, so how many egg whites should I use? Thanks!

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