Is there a more perfect Whole30 food than a frittata?
It’s protein-filled, easily made grain and dairy free, and totally customizable. Granted if you’re not the biggest fan of eggs, this may not be the post for you…but if you are, you’re in for a treat! (psst, if you really are sick of eggs, check out our Whole30 breakfast recipes. We’ve got a huge section of egg-less ideas in there).
We’ve rounded up 18 of the most delicious, mouthwatering Whole30 recipes out there with an entire range of ingredients to keep things interesting! Without further ado…
Section 1: Animal Protein Frittata Recipes
This simple frittata from Frugal Farm Wife features sausage, lots of shredded zucchini, and a blend of herbs and spices for a simple but delicious frittata. Super kid friendly!
Make use of those broccoli stalks with this unique recipe from Nom Nom Paleo. Ground pork, broccoli slaw and carrots paired with curry spices make up an exciting twist on a classic.
Read Food with Dana shakes things up with a new take on how to use Old Bay seasoning–in a frittata! And in a frittata with plantains at that. Some sauteed kale adds some greens to this awesome breakfast (or lunch, or dinner!).
Real Simple Good throws bacon, sweet potato, and tons of spinach and mushrooms for a well-rounded frittata that’ll certainly keep you satisfied until your next meal. If you’re a sweet potato fan, this is a must!
Make good use of beautiful summer tomatoes with this gorgeous Italian-inspired frittata from Paleo Running Momma. Italian sausage, basil, spinach and a pinch of red pepper flakes compliment the tomatoes in the dish perfectly.
Strictly Paleoish brings us this recipe for a frittata that can be enjoyed…well, anytime! With cherry tomatoes, shallots and a hearty topping of prosciutto, this makes a great meal eaten hot or cold.
Bacon, spinach, mushrooms and butternut squash steal the show with this frittata from The Bettered Blondie. A little bit of ghee and some coconut milk add great flavor and a fluffy texture to this recipe!
You read correctly, Against All Grain made a pizza frittata recipe…and we couldn’t be happier about it. Compliant pepperoni, mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes and oregano make this frittata taste like a breakfast pizza. Add any veggies you’d like in the mix–if you love it as a pizza topping, try it here!
These little bite-sized beauties from Nom Nom Paleo make the perfect grab and go snack or packed lunch. A simple veggie frittata baked in a muffin tin and wrapped in crispy prosciutto–what’s not to love?
South of the border flavors from onion, bell pepper, and taco-seasoned ground turkey make up this delicious Hungry By Nature frittata. Top with a hearty dollop of guac and some cilantro!
11) Fajita Frittata
Flank steak, poblano pepper, bell pepper and cilantro make up Primal Kitchen’s aptly-named fajita frittata. Seasoned with cumin and chili powder, this dish has a bit of a kick to it!
Paleo Running Momma’s super savory frittata with (compliant of course!) chorizo, sweet potato and caramelized onions is super flavorful and satisfying to boot. This one makes great leftovers…those flavors just get better and better!
13) Veggie Frittata
You always need a good veggie frittata in your arsenal, and Paleo Mom has just the one. Onion, mushrooms, bell pepper, kale and spinach give you tons of non-starchy vegetables to pair with the protein and fats from the eggs to keep your tummy full and happy.
Looking to switch things up? My Heart Beets brings her Indian flavors to breakfast with this curried frittata. Diced tomatoes, spices, and little kick of heat from some serrano pepper redefines what a frittata could be.
Mushrooms, leeks, green onion, spinach and fresh thyme keep this Denver Post fresh and light–perfect for springtime!
Having a hard time getting greens into your breakfast? Bowl of Delicious’s recipe is here to fix that! Zucchini, spinach, cilantro and scallions pack some serious nutritional punch into this vegetarian-friendly frittata.
Ever think of putting olives in your eggs? Real Simple Good did…and it turned out to be amazing! Kalamatas, artichoke hearts, tomatoes, spinach and red onion make up this mediterranean-style frittata. Don’t forget to omit feta for Whole30!
Section 2: Fish Frittatas
Change things up with this spicy salmon frittata from Grass Fed Girl. Feeling extra spicy? You’re always welcome to add more heat to taste!
This gorgeous, drool-worthy frittata from Vitamin Sunshine has a thinly-sliced potato crust…genius! Smoked salmon, asparagus, dill and parsley make the perfect pairing for this breakfast. This would make a great special occasion brunch dish!
Healy Eats Real’s tuna mushroom egg bake is perfectly spiced, loaded with veggies, and perfectly balanced with plenty of fats and protein. Talk about a power breakfast!
That concludes our Frittata Recipe Roundup–from classics to new takes, we definitely covered some ground! How did we do? Did we forget your favorite? Add it below in the comments!