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This recipe is a keeper. I did not have the exact ingredients so I used an Italian blend of cheese instead of swiss. I also seasoned it with what i had on hand. This was so good that my 3 and 5 year ate it. One thing I did notice is that with the size of my muffin cups this recipe made 12 and I only cooked it for 20 minutes. Thanks for a great recipe.
These were a hit! They would be a great addition to a brunch table, and I would also send these in my child's lunchbox for a healthy and tasty lunch item. I used what I had in my fridge, so instead of ham, bacon, added green onion, and used a tex mex cheese instead of swiss. Yum!
I had never cooked with Quinoa before as I am not uptight but I was so surprised at the great nutritional values and wonderful taste! This recipe is a winner! It was so easy to make! I didn't have the suggested ingredients so I used finely chopped bacon and a blend of shredded cheeses. WOW. What a treat. I had a few guests over and after a sizeable joint we all thoroughly enjoyed these Quinoa Frittatas! I'd recommend it to anyone.
I've made these three times since the end of January (it's mid-February as I write). The first time I made them exactly as written the second time I swapped spinach for the zucchini and the last time I used smoked gouda instead of swiss and chives instead of parsley. It's a great base to experiment with but the original was great too. Next time I think I might add chopped &sauteed onion and possibly broccoli. I get 12 frittatas out of this recipe.
Love this recipe for breakfast! I made about 2 dozen and froze most except 5 for the work week. At work I would microwave for 1 minute and sometimes use 1 tsp of salsa if I wanted a little spice. I also used different cheeses and veggies for variety ie cheddar and chopped red and yellow peppers.
Delicious! Super easy and versatile! I used Gruyere and doubled the recipe. Used 6 eggs and 2 whites. This recipe is very forgiving and you can do a lot with it. I also added fresh herbs and pepper next time will try feta spinach and diced onions.Excellent as its written. Have it for dinner with a nice glass of sauvignon blanc.
Great recipe. Only thing I changed was to use jack cheese instead of Swiss. Interesting how the quinoa takes on the favors of the other ingredients. Has a wheaty-vege taste more than ham and cheese taste. Will definitely experiment with it. Mine made 11 cupcakes and worked out to be only 3 Weight Watcher points each.
After I added some changes the recipe was delicious! I'm a vegetarian and deleted the ham. We experimented with different toppings because the frittatas needed more flavor. After adding basil pesto to some and tomato basil pesto to others they were a hit. I cooked the frittatas in regular muffin tins and mini muffin tins and the minis were the best.
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