Buy now everyone should know that I love making breakfasts that allow me to make them the night before and just reheating in the morning and hey presto we have breakfast.

Since I have discovered frittata’s I have found endless frittata recipes everywhere I look.

I came across this recipe in Ree Drummond’s cookbook.

I loved this recipe as it finally gave me an excuse to use the pecorino cheese that I bought by accident and has been sitting there in the fridge just waiting to be used.

I found that out of all the frittatas I have made in the past, I loved this one the best, it had spinach and potatoes, bacon and even peppers. There was so much left over that it lasted me for breakfast, lunch, supper and even a midnight snack. The following morning my father was happy to see that the frittata was finished because he said he was tired of eating the same meal 3 times in a row. Breakfast is for breakfast, not lunch and definitely not supper.


  • 12 x eggs.
  • Salt and pepper.
  • ¼ x cup pecorino romano cheese, grated.
  • ½ x cup cheddar cheese, grated.
  • Several dashes of hot sauce.
  • 2 x tbsp. butter.
  • 1 x onion, finely chopped.
  • 1 x red skin potatoe, cubed.
  • 2 x cups spinach, chopped.
  • 2 x red peppers, cubed.


  • Whisk eggs and seasoning together.
  • Add in the cheese and mix.
  • Add in hot sauce and milk.
  • In a pan, melt the butter.
  • Add the onion and saute till transparent.
  • Add the potatoe and cook for a couple of minutes till it starts to soften.
  • Add the spinach and peppers and cook till the spinach starts to wilt.
  • Evenly spread out the filling around the pan.
  • Pour over the egg mixture and fry till the mixture starts to set.
  • Pop into a preheated oven and bake at 180 degrees for 40 minutes or until the frittata is nice and puffy and golden brown.

Tell me what you think of this recipe