I'm always looking for uses for the squash blossoms in my garden. In the May class I taught participants how to stuff the blossoms with yummy ricotta and parsley and it was a big hit! I enjoy this frittata because its healthy, not laden with heavy cream and it looks beautiful. You can serve six people with this recipe.
I'm always looking for ways to improve brunch foods so read about how to make healthier substitutions when preparing frittatas below the recipe.
8 fresh zucchini blossoms*
2 small yellow squash diced
10 fresh whole eggs
¼ cup evaporated skim milk
¼ cup of your favorite cheese shredded
2 tbsp. olive oil
1 small onion chopped
1 garlic bulb minced
2 tbsp. fresh parsley chopped
sea salt and fresh pepper
Note: Sometimes when preparing these types of breakfast or brunch frittatas we can get a little carried away with adding unhealthy fats. Here’s a few simple steps to reduce the calories while preserving the great taste:
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