Spinach & Feta Frittata

by Lauren

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Monday’s are rough. The weekend is over and there is a long week ahead.

Not to mention the lovely rainstorm that just hit town.

Yikes, am I a Debby Downer or what?


Chrissy and I spent the majority of Monday morning planning next weekend’s adventures and discussing the fact that a trip to Vegas is looming in the near future.

This always makes me feel a teensy bit better, until I remember…it’s still only Monday.


The real cure for the Monday blues is this frittata. Eating the leftovers at my desk with a cup of steamy coffee was truly divine.

All my coworkers were insanely jealous of my gourmet breakfast, except the guy who thought it was a slice of pizza.

Needless to say, he now thinks I’m slightly off my rocker. I really don’t see what could possibly be wrong with a slice of pizza at 9 a.m though?


I kept this frittata simple because while I love bacon and three different kinds of cheese in my frittata, sometimes simplicity is just as good.

Loads of fresh spinach and warm tomatoes that have burst open, all topped off with melty, golden brown feta cheese and garden-fresh oregano really hits the spot on a bluesy Monday morn.


If this doesn’t turn your frown upside-down, I don’t know what would!


Spinach & Feta Frittata


10 oz. fresh spinach

1/2 pint grape tomatoes, halved

3 green onions, thinly sliced

2 teaspoons fresh oregano, chopped

6 eggs

2 tablespoons half and half

3/4 cup feta cheese


In a medium cast iron (or other oven proof) skillet sauté the green onion, tomato, and spinach for 5 minutes on medium heat or until spinach has wilted. Add oregano.

Whisk together half and half and eggs and pour into the skillet. Let cook for about 5 minutes or until the edges are cooked through. Top with feta cheese and place skillet under broiler for 5 more minutes, until it is golden brown and bubbly.



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6 Comments to “Spinach & Feta Frittata”

  1. That’s so weird I’ve been in frittata mode the last couple of days – we must be telepathic. I made one yesterday for friends who had a death in their family (so sad). Looked so good I plan to make one tonight for my family – this one looks perfect!

  2. This frittata definitely would have cured my Monday blues. Actually, it would cure my Tuesday blues as well. :) Looks delicious! x

  3. This looks SO good! I’ve been a a feta kick lately so this is perfect! Pinning :)

  4. Lauren

    Hahah I guess your right, I’ll probably have the blues all the way until Friday! Thank goodness for delicious foods :)

  5. Lauren

    Frittatas are always great for giving to people. They save nicely and can be reheated easily. Great idea!

  6. Lauren

    Thank for the pin Valerie! 😀