Healthy breakfast that also tastes delicious! These healthy frittatas are packed with flavour and nutrients that will easily keep you full till lunch!

When I was a child in the 80s I used to imagine what life would be like in the 21st century and I would count how old I would be in the year 2000. 25. That seemed like an impossibly big number. I would be a full-fledged grown up with responsibilities and everything else that comes with adulthood but it also seemed awfully far away, so I didn’t think about it too much. Now fast-forward a few years ahead and then a few more. 25 has come and gone and the number I am looking at is 40. That’s right. That’s how many I am. This past birthday on Christmas Day came with a lot of joy and a bit of apprehension. I was in retrospective mood for weeks leading up to the big day in attempting to embrace entering the new decade of my life. I’ve arrived at who I am. There is no more ‘when I grow up I want to be…” I’ve become me and I better live my life NOW.

Looking back I love all of my choices…the attitudes could’ve been sunnier at times though. Overall the 30s were a busy decade; first babies, then toddlers, then getting my professional life back on track. I spent last three years pursuing many career goals, both in teaching and blogging, which translated into A LOT of hard work. I had no time to pause, take a breather, go for a run or even a walk. The results are amazing on both counts but poor me suffered a bit. Well, no more, I am declaring the 40s to be the healthy years; the end of striving and longing, the end of instability and poor health. I am going to take care of myself, mind and body. Just like my previous goals required commitment so will this one. For now I am starting with healthy eating and exercise, who knows where I will end up!

Healthy breakfast that also tastes delicious! These healthy frittatas are packed with flavour and nutrients that will easily keep you full till lunch!

These healthy mini frittatas is how I start my day. I am up at 6:30 am and out of the house by 7:30. I have no time to lallygag about the house. Every minute counts and that is why I make a batch of mini frittatas and keep them in a fridge to last me throughout the week, then pop them in a microwave and you’ve got a nutritious breakfast. You can even grab them and eat them on the go since they are baked in a muffin tin and perfectly portable.

Healthy breakfast that also tastes delicious! These healthy frittatas are packed with flavour and nutrients that will easily keep you full till lunch!

How can something simple and so healthy be delicious? I’ll tell you how – eggs, tiny bit of ham, kale sautéed with garlic and sun-dried tomatoes – that’s how! If you have brilliant ideas of how I can make my life healthier please leave a comment. I would love to hear your nuggets of wisdom!

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Healthy Mini Frittatas
Author: Julia Frey of Vikalinka
Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 12
 

Ingredients
  • 2 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 4 sun-dried tomatoes,
  • 4 cups of chopped kale
  • chopped10 eggs, large
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 2 thick slices of ham or turkey
  • low calorie spray for coating muffin pan

Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven at 350F/180C.
  2. Spray a large pan with low-calorie cooking spray and add garlic and sun-dried tomatoes, cook for 1 minute over low heat. Add kale, a pinch of salt and 2 tbsp of water, cover with a lid and let it steam for 5 minutes. It should be enough time to soften the kale and for the flavours to blend. Set aside.
  3. In a large bowl whisk eggs until slightly foamy, add chopped ham and salt and pepper. Add cooked kale and sun-dried tomatoes to the egg mixture and stir to combine.
  4. Evenly divide among 12 muffin cups, preferable silicone ones to avoid sticking.
  5. Bake for 20 minutes.

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Healthy breakfast that also tastes delicious! These healthy frittatas are packed with flavour and nutrients that will easily keep you full till lunch!

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