Megan Hanson’s Petite Spinach Frittatas Recipe

If you ask us, a cup of leafy greens a day is what actually keeps the doctor away. High in vitamins A and K, calcium, iron, folate, and a slew of other nutrients, spinach is one of the healthiest foods you can put on your grocery list.

It’s a known cancer-fighter, and it promotes healthy bones, skin, and hair. On top of that, spinach is one of the most versatile veggies and can be added to just about any dish – think smoothies, pastas, soups, dips, stir-fries, quesadillas, and more. Whether consumed cooked or raw, this leafy green is the perfect complement to any meal.

Megan Hanson's Petite Spinach Frittatas

Recipe by Megan Hanson
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Course: Breakfast, BrunchCuisine: Italian


mini frittatas


    • Nonstick cooking spray

    • 1 tsp.

      cooking oil (avocado oil recommended)

    • 1/2 cup

      red bell pepper, diced small

    • 2 cups

      fresh spinach, roughly cut

    • 4

      large eggs

    • 1/4 cup

      whole milk

    • 1 Tbsp.

      fresh basil

    • 1/4 tsp.


    • 1/4 tsp.

      fresh ground pepper

    • 1/4 cup

      crumbled feta cheese


    • Preheat the oven to 375°. Spray mini muffin tin (with 24 cups) with nonstick spray. Set aside.

    • Heat oil in a skillet over medium-high heat. Add diced red bell pepper and sauté until soft, about 3 minutes. Add spinach and sauté until wilted, about 1 minute.

    • In a bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, basil, salt, and pepper. Mix in sautéed peppers and spinach.

    • Spoon egg mixture into prepared muffin tin, filling each cup about three quarters full. Sprinkle feta evenly over each cup.

    • Bake in preheated oven until the frittatas puff and the center is set, about 8-10 minutes.

    • Carefully separate the frittatas from the tin with a spatula.
      Serve and enjoy!

    Did you know?

    • During the Great Depression, spinach consumption in the United States grew 33% – all thanks to the popular Popeye cartoon!
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    Megan Hanson, of Chattanooga, enjoys making simple, healthy recipes for her growing family. “These bite-sized frittatas are a great ‘grab and go’ food, and you can make the recipe your own by trying different combinations of veggies, cheeses, and herbs,” she says.

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