Broccoli and feta cheese frittata is a delicious brunch or dinner. Packed with vegetables it's a perfect quick healthy meal to make!
Frittatas must be one of the easiest and fastest recipes to make. For example, this broccoli and cheese frittata takes just 15 minutes to prep and 15 minutes to cook!
Although frittatas are generally made as breakfast recipes, we enjoy them as a meal at any time of the day.
My kale and pepper frittata has been a popular breakfast / brunch recipe of ours for years. Whilst we might enjoy courgette and sundried tomato frittata as a substantial dinner.
They're a great way to use up eggs and you can pretty much make them your own by using whatever veggies you have.
Mostly frittatas are made on the stove in a pan but if you're looking for an oven baked frittata then why not try out my oven baked vegetable frittata?
This broccoli feta frittata is an easy recipe and can easily be made your own by following the recipe or using any of the substitutions listed below!
- Fat Free Yogurt
- Salt & Pepper
- Olive Oil
- Broccoli Florets
- Spring Onions
- Red Pepper
- Frozen Peas
- Reduced Fat Feta
See recipe card for quantities.
- Eggs - I use free range large sized eggs. Any good quality eggs will do.
- Fat Free Yogurt - fat free Greek yogurt is fine or full fat if you want.
- Salt & Pepper - freshly grated sea salt and black peppercorns are best for flavour.
- Olive Oil - any kind of cooking oil will work here.
- Broccoli Florets - this is a broccoli frittata but you could use any kind of veggie you like. You may need to adjust cooking time though.
- Spring Onions - use any kind of veggie you like. You may need to adjust cooking time though.
- Red Bell Pepper - use any kind of veggie you like. You may need to adjust cooking time though.
- Frozen Peas - use any kind of veggie you like. You may need to adjust cooking time though.
- Feta - you could use any kind of different cheese you like. Goat cheese is good.
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Is broccoli and feta cheese frittata healthy?
This vegetable frittata is full of good nutrition and so is an excellent healthy choice for breakfast, brunch or dinner. It includes protein from the eggs, healthy carbs and vitamins and minerals too. It's also low in calories at only 203 per serving.
What goes well with frittata?
Sides that go well with a frittata include a green salad a tomato and lettuce salad or a healthy potato salad.
How to store frittata?
Once cooled slice up your frittata and store it in an airtight container in the fridge for 3-4 days.
How do I reheat a frittata?
In an oven, wrap frittata in some aluminium foil and place in an oven preheated to 180C. In a microwave place on a microwavable plate, cover with some cling film and heat for 30 - 60 seconds. You do not have to reheat if you don't want to as a frittata is excellent cold!
Broccoli and Feta Cheese Frittata Recipe
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- 4 large eggs
- 3 tablespoon fat free yogurt
- Salt and Black Pepper to season
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- 100 g broccoli florets chopped
- 2 spring onions finely chopped
- ½ red pepper chopped into small chunks
- 25 g frozen peas
- 75 g reduced fat feta broken into small pieces
- Pre-heat grill on medium heat, shelf in upper position, but not too close to the heat.
- Break the eggs into a medium mixing bowl, whisk eggs, add the yogurt and beat together well, then season with salt and pepper.
- Gently heat the oil in a shallow pan*.
- Add the chopped broccoli, spring onions and red pepper and sauté for about 3 minutes until soft.
- Stir in the peas and feta.
- Pour eggs mixture into the pan and distribute it around the bottom of the pan to cover all the vegetables.
- Cook the frittata without stirring for about 5 minutes until the bottom is firm and light brown. Do not allow to burn.
- Place the pan under the grill for 2 – 3 minutes until the frittata is fully set.
- Allow to cool a little before removing and cutting into individual slices with a rubber spatula to serve.
Nutritional information provided below is calculated using paid for online tools and the exact ingredients and quantities used above.
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David @ Spiced
For some reason, frittatas aren't on my regular rotation around here - and I'm not sure why not. This frittata sounds amazing, Neil - I love the broccoli and feta in there! And I bet this would be pretty tasty in the form of cold leftovers, too. I want to make this soon!
Thanks David. And yes, Fritattas are excellent as cold leftovers. Sometimes food tastes even better cold and I can guarantee that these are!
Raymund | angsarap.net
Something that delicious-looking is sometimes hard to believe that its healthy too. Great recipe, cant wait to make one of my own, yum!!!!
Excellent. I hope you enjoy it Raymond! Now the only problem would be whether to have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner! 🙂
Wonderful. I don’t think I’ve ever put broccoli in a frittata or even a quiche. But why not?!
You could easily substitute with other vegetables but the broccoli just seems to go so well with the flavours and add a nice bit of texture too!
yes frittatas are so easy and healthy. we have them fairly often. great for using up leftover veg etc.
Absolutely my same thoughts Sherry. Thanks for your comment!
This frittata looks delicious, Neil! I should definitely make it for dinner!
Thanks Michelle. I just like to keep things nice and simple some meal times and this frittata is perfect for that!
Ben | Havocinthekitchen
Even though frittatas are one of my favourite dishes, surprisingly i don't make them often. This version looks utterly delicious and inviting. I would have probably added even more protein like chicken breasts, if I needed a more substantial meal. Need to make a frittata soon 🙂
Thanks Ben! Feel free to adapt this to what you would like it to be. I didn't put in any meat because it's a vegetarian frittata.