• Spinach Mushroom Frittata

    Mushroom Spinach Frittata

    Here’s what I’ve been eating while on the run this week. It’s fairly quick to make and it’s a recipe based on veggie leftovers. I ran around all day last Saturday, dashing in and out of the car to avoid a rainy, gloomy day, and then walked for an hour in the rain to exhaust our 5 month old puppy. So by early evening all I wanted to do was chill at home, but, I ran out of time to go food shopping.

    Slicing the mushroom spinach frittata

    Leftovers ruled at this point. I had eggs, frozen spinach, a few crimini mushrooms in a paper bag in the back of the fridge, and package of sealed sheep feta cheese that was about to expire.

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    If for some reason you don’t want to use, or don’t have crimini mushrooms, white button or small shiitake mushrooms will work as well.

    I haven’t had enough spinach in my life lately because I’ve been on a kale kick for the past year, so here’s my break from kale. And if you like Spanakopita (Greek spinach pie), you’ll like this as well. This recipe is very similar to my spinach tart recipe, so if you’re feeling like you need a crust with this recipe, here’s one.

    Slicing the frittata

    Posted in Breakfast, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD, Vegetarian  |  11 Comments

    11 Responses to Spinach Mushroom Frittata

    1. Luana says:

      Erica, spanakopita was what I thought of when I saw your photo! I love anything with spinach and eggs and your dish looks wonderfully yummy.

    2. Anne says:

      I like frittatas so easy to make:) I ll def. give your recipe a try:) Love the pictures;) 🙂

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    5. Francise says:

      So easy to make and delicious. I made it with goat cheese which gave it a nice tang.

    6. Mavanc says:

      Great recipe. However, feta is not SCD legal: it still has lactose in it. If you keep this recipe under the SCD category, please offer an SCD-cheese as an alternative, for example, dripped French-cream yogourt (yogurt made with whipping cream) or swiss cheese.

      BTW, love your website.

    7. Sarah says:

      Hi, I’m looking at the paleo recipes as we are adopting this lifestyle but you seem to have dairy in your paleo recipes so we are confused. We are told paleo is non dairy, grain and sugar or is it different where you are?
      Thanks heaps for yummy recipes

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