This recipe is just like a frittata or a crustless quiche. It is a quick and easy recipe, and goes great with a salad, some fruit, or just a glass of orange juice in the morning. And it’s easy to reheat as well.
You’ll need lots of eggs—8, to be exact. You can use ham, bacon, or another form of protein, such as ground chicken or turkey. Just avoid additives and preservatives.
Erika, ALL your recipes are Amazing. I’m eating this now, I had very few items, but just happened to have everything here on hand… it was meant to be !! Your son is lucky! I believe you are such a Queen SCD Chef because you yourself are not struggling with the disease? Whatever the reason, Thank You for helping my crohn’s while simultaneously stopping my own preteen son from complaining about all the food I won’t buy that he wishes he could have.
I’ve been checking out your site for over 3 years on Scd when I was living in Seattle, now when I read your posts from MN I want to cry I miss it so much. But more, I think I miss Scd’s delicious simplicity. You have re-inspired me 🙂
Thanks, Amanda! I just love food and decided that I was going to do everything I could to get my son healthy, including making food really good! Best of health!
Hi, this recipe used to have cheese in it too, besides the yogurt, right? How much was it, 1 cup? Thanks ~
Hi Susannah, thank you for catching this omission, it was lost when the recipes were translated, ugh. I’m estimating from my memory it was 1 cup of cheddar cheese or other cheese. Just added it.
Just wondering if I double the recipe…I
think I should use a 9×13 pan? But how long should I bake it for?
Not quite sure how long. I would guess another 10 to 15 minutes.
I use Oscar Meyer SELECT Bacon and Hormel Natural Choice no Nitrates or Nitrites. Love the Salami too 🙂
Hi, would it work to use cream cheese in place of the yogurt?
I imagine you can – I just haven’t tried it.
can I substitute ssm shrimp for a gluten free meatless person only eats fish
Yes, I would try small, cooked shrimp, but I don’t see why not.
Will you list the nutritional value of this recipe? It looks great. I will try this today.
I made this last night for dinner, using leftover Easter ham. I was really unsure about the yogurt, but went ahead & used my homemade SCD legal yoghurt. The whole family loved it. My 7 yr old grandson rated it “one percent above Minecraft” which is at least an 11 on a scale of 10!
I have been making this for years. It is soooooooo delicious I add the 1 cup yogurt plus red bell pepper and a half bad of sharp cheddar cheese. The whole family loves it soooooooo much. I have to make 2 dishes of it.
Thanks! So great to hear my older recipes are still working their magic! Best wishes.
I just made this recipe – it was absolutely fabulous (and I’m not much of a fan of breakfast foods)!! I added some sauteed red onion, used greek yogurt, and 1/2 cup freshly grated parmesan with 1/2 cup sharp cheddar. I topped my slice with chunky salsa and a dallop of sour cream. It’s taking everything in me to not go and grab another slice!! Thank you so much for this recipe!
Looks really good. I love breakfast casseroles!
I actually laughed out loud when I saw the Preparation instructions (“Turn on oven, mix, and bake”)! This was delicious as it was quick and easy! Thank you, Erica, for a delicious start to Easter morning!!
Wouldn’t it be great if all recipes were this short and sweet? Happy Easter!
I was wondering if your recommendation for bacon is SCD friendly?
When reading the ingredients, it seems to be but I am unsure about the lactic acid starter culture. Do you know by any chance?
Melissa – I’m not sure about the lactic acid, and it’s not on this list: http://www.breakingtheviciouscycle.info/legal/legal_illegal_d-n.htm. Your best bet is to contact the company and find out what exactly it is, or what it’s derived from. The only thing I could find out is that it can be produced from milk or vegetables.
Made this last night – very yummy! Having some for breakfast too 🙂
Love your website – I think this is the 3rd recipe I have tried and all three have come out great. Thank you so much for providing these great recipes!
This is our favorite breakfast! We have used leftover ground turkey sausage patties and bacon for the meat. This makes great leftovers for hectic mornings as well.
PS I just read your technique for creating almond flour from blanched almond slices – great tip! Hope you don’t mind, but I’m going to link to it somewhere on comfy belly.
Looks healthy and so easy! Am going to have to try down this bacon you recommend. It’s a good idea to find “clean” sources of meat these days (especially bacon!)!