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This ham and cheese frittata is an absolutely delicious and healthy breakfast, made in a skillet with just a handful of simple, whole ingredients and extra vegetables. Make it for your family or weekend brunch!
Frittatas are my all-time favorite breakfast. They’re easy to make, they feed a crowd, and they’re super budget friendly. Best of all, you can totally transform your leftovers (pretty much whatever you have in the fridge!) into a healthy, complete meal.
This ham and cheese frittata is anything but ordinary. It’s made with just a skillet using leftover ham, sautéed vegetables, and whisked eggs and milk. And it’s all topped with freshly grated cheddar cheese.
And because I’m always looking for ways to get more veggies, I packed it with extra good stuff like mushrooms, onions, and spinach.
So it’s low in carbs, gluten-free friendly, and better-for-you than many other frittata recipes.
Ham and Cheese Frittata
To reheat a frittata: Set a slice of frittata on a microwave safe plate and microwave for about 1 minute, just until heated through. Alternately, preheat your air fryer to 350°F, carefully set a slice of frittata in the basket, and cook for 3-4 minutes until heated through.
Can you freeze a frittata? Yes! Let the frittata completely cool and transfer the slices to an airtight bag or container. A cooked frittata can be safely frozen for up to 3 months, per USDA. Allow it to defrost in the refrigerator overnight (not on the counter), then heat in the microwave or air fryer and enjoy!
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