I love Giada's cooking and have been making these for a while now. Definitely use proscuitto - regular ham just wouldn't be the same! I've also lightened them up by using eggbeaters and skim milk and they still turn out beautifully! Thanks for posting.
We enjoyed these for breakfast this morning. I made half of the recipe and only filled one mini muffin pan (12 muffins size). I used freshly grated parmigiana reggiano cheese and diced ham. The parsley really adds a nice fresh flavor so don't use dried. Thanks for posting!!
this recipe tastes and looks fantastic! it was fast and easy, especially for those of us who don't cook much. i added salami and a small amount of sauteed garlic and onion. i didn't have muffin pans so used a 10" cast iron skillet (4 eggs). i surprised myself. it tasted like i'm a gourmet!
I made these for Easter and while the recipe was easy and the frittatas turned out well these were very bland. I would add some onions, peppers and more seasoning to improve the taste.
I cut the recipe in half and used skim milk. I also used cheddar cheese instead of parm which worked well. Very tasty! I enjoyed a couple for breakfast and froze the rest for quick easy morning meals! :) Thanks for sharing.
These are a very easy-to-make and easy-to-eat brunch food. I made them for a brunch with our mommies play group, and everyone gobbled them up, including the picky toddlers. I mixed the batch last night in a pitcher-style mixing bowl, then this morning preheated the oven and poured them into regular (not mini) muffin pan. Made exactly 12 very full "muffins" baked exactly the same time and temperature-- they came out yummy and fluffy. I also made with 2% milk. It's like a gourmet mini quiche without the guilt of a crust.
Absolutely love Giada's Mini Frittata's! Made them for the family and they were a huge hit! Have made the several times now. Not only are they super easy and delicious, but there's never even one left over. Definitely one of my new favorite recipes!
I scaled this recipe back to make 12 for our supper. I mixed all the ingredients in a jug which made for easy pouring into the muffin tins. These are light and tasty. I will be making these as part of a pot luck dinner I am hosting later this month. I can see I will make these often:) Thanks for posting such a quick & easy to make recipe.
OMG....my 15 year old son made these last night. Each bite is like a taste of heaven. I am hooked. This is one that I am going to incorporate into some OAMC. Thanks for posting. Please will go crazy with these.
Yummy! I also made mine in regular size muffin tins and got a batch of 12. I cooked mine for about 12 minutes (at 375*) and they were perfection (I don't like runny eggs).