Let’s assume that ANYTHING made from Pinterest is crafty. Including food.
I made my first Pinterest-inspired recipe this past week and it was a big hit with my family. That is an accomplishment, especially when it comes to food and four different preferences and tastes.
Here is the original pin which I have on my Pinterest Food board:
Here is my finished product:
Sorry, my photos are not the best and I didn’t take time to make the food pretty and photo worthy — I was just so excited that the frittatas turned out this nice! We enjoyed these scrumptuous mini frittatas for supper with hashbrowns and English muffin toast with homemade jam. Delish.
Besides the hubs, I have a 15 and 9 year old, both growing boys, and both of whom love to eat a lot if I make something that they like. The key is making something for the evening meal that everyone likes. And it must have meat.
I made these frittatas in the large muffin size pans, not a regular muffin pan (that holds 12) as the blogger probably used. I doubled the amount of eggs and milk to fill my two pans. Everyone made their own frittata from provided ingredients, including precooked Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage Crumbles, Oscar Meyer Real Bacon Recipe Pieces, green pepper, tomato and shredded cheddar cheese. Once they chose their ingredients and put them in the pan, I added the egg mixture until each well was two-thirds full. Good thing I used two pans — these were quick to be eaten!
From the teenager when I finally asked, “How do you like them?” he replied, “I’m not. I am thoroughly enjoying them.” From my 9 year old I just got a smile and a nod, since his mouth was very, very full. The Hubs really liked them too — and he is the one that I always want to impress. Score one for the Wife on this one!
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