Certainly, it is no secret if you’re a Mom, life is busier than even you can believe. Between care giving, housekeeping, laundry and other Mom duties life is hectic. You’re crazy busy even before you start buying groceries and contemplating meals. Busy Mom’s Beckon The Bacon Frittata recipe may be your answer to breakfast or lunch.
This hot and hearty meal is easy to cook one day and serve another. Recipe may be cut into serving slices and popped in microwave for 40-60 seconds as needed. Bacon lovers will enjoy Busy Mom’s Beckon The Bacon Frittata recipe. Grill Man feels cheated if meat is missing from the meal.
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If you have a couple of picky eaters, cut the onions and peppers very small. Or be really sneaky and purée them in your blender. The nutrition and flavor will be there but not as visible .
In this dish cutting the cheese in lieu of grating will allow the cheese to stand out and be noticed. Grated cheese has a tendency to hide in a baked dish. Who doesn’t love a cheesy bite? I didn’t specify the cheese in this dish. Use your favorite cheese whether its cheddar cheese, havarti, monterrey jack or cheddar with scallions.
Notice the size of the cheese
How to create a frittata?
Use this basic recipe and design your own frittata dish. Throw in your leftovers and make a few changes. Swap out peppers and onions for another veggie. Replace the bacon with leftover sausage or boudin. Be adventurous! Busy Mom’s Beckon The Bacon Frittata recipe is waiting to join your busy week.
Company’s coming? Quiches and frittatas freeze well. Make ahead and use as needed when you have a house full of company. Your guests will be none the wiser unless you let them in on your secret.
Preheat over to 350 degrees.
In a skillet on medium low heat, add olive oil, peppers and onions. Saute until tender and stirring as necessary.
Meanwhile, in your favorite mixing bowl, add milk, salt and pepper. Crack open eggs one at a time and drop into a small bowl. Remove any eggshell then add egg to mixing bowl. Once all are added stir well.
On cutting board cut cheese into strips and cut again. You want the cheese to be cut about the size of the onion. This will provide a cheesier bite.
Drizzle a tiny amount of olive oil onto 12.5 x 8.5 glass dish. A round glass dish or a 13 x 9 could be used for this recipe. Wipe around with a paper towel to cover bottom and sides.
Evenly distribute items in glass dish one at a time starting with peppers and onions. Then scatter cheese and bacon. Sprinkle with cayenne if you like a bit of heat.
Pour egg mixture on top of bacon evenly dividing through glass dish. Bake for 30 minutes. Allow to set for two minutes before cutting and serving.
Lagniappe: This dish is great served with salsa. For lunch serve with a light salad for an easy summer meal.