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Spinach Potato Frittata Recipe – Tired Of Plain Scrambled Eggs ?

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Spinach Potato Frittata Recipe – Tired Of Plain Scrambled Eggs ?

Scrambled eggs for breakfast every single morning tends to get a little boring. I love eggs, but every now and then I need to change it up. A couple years ago I discovered all these different recipes that included eggs ! There are seriously so many different ones to try that you will never get tired of eggs again. Today, I’m sharing a potato, ham and spinach fittata recipe with you. It is one of my absolute favourites and one that I always go back too. I hope you guys give it a try too.

For more information on nutrition and what you need to eat daily, check out my nutrition for athletes at Athletic Fitness.

Ingredients (For 2 servings)

2-3 Tablespoons of coconut oil (or avocado oil)

10 Large Eggs

whole eggs

2 Russet Potatoes peeled and sliced thin

10 Ounces of spinach (1 container)

spinach leaves

6 Ounces of ham (or any deli meat of choice) diced into bite size pieces

1 Cup of cheddar cheese (shredded or grated, I personally like to use pepper jack cheese for more spice and flavour)


1-2 Red/green peppers chopped up

Minced onion

1-2 Tablespoons of hot sauce


  1. Set oven to 400 degrees
  2. In an ovenproof non-stick skillet heat up the oil of choice in medium heat then add potatoes, onions, and peppers into skillet. Stir occasionally until the potatoes are soft and golden brown (6 minutes)
  3. While the potatoes are cooking, whisk the 10 eggs. Mix in the cheese, spinach and meat with the whisked eggs then season with some salt/pepper.
  4. After the potatoes are tender, add the mixture into the skillet and stir for 1 minute.
  5. Transfer the skillet to the oven and let the frittata cook an additional 12-15 minutes. Or until a golden crust forms around the skillet.

Estimated Time For Preparation And Cooking: 30 minutes

spinach potato frittata recipe

Nutritional Value: Per serving

Calories: 632

Protein: 46 grams

Carbs: 40 grams

Fat: 32 grams

The great thing about this recipe is that it can be altered in anyway to fit your personal preferences ! I highly recommend that you give it a try the next time you think about making plain boring eggs.

This recipe was written by Tyler Scott and for more nutrition and training advice please visit his website: Athletic Fitness

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