Start your morning off with our yummy Low-fat Frittata with Jicama dish for breakfast!

Spice up today’s breakfast with our Low-fat Frittata with Jicama recipe that’s loaded with vegetables! Unlike an omelette, a frittata has fillings mixed in with eggs. These fillings can be vegetables, cheese or meat! However, in this gluten-free recipe, we decided to use vegetables such as zucchini noodles, celery root, and bell pepper to help you stick to your weight-loss goals. Also, this dish gives you the perfect opportunity to put any leftover sautéd vegetables to use from the night before!

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INGREDIENTS

6 Eggs
1 Cup Jicama, Cut in strips
1 Cup Bell pepper, Cut into rings
1 Cup Celery root, Diced
1 Cup Zucchini Noodles
1 Jalapeno pepper, Chopped
1 Tbsp Olive oil
Sea salt & pepper, To taste
Cilantro, Topping

DIRECTIONS

step #1

Heat your non-stick pan over medium-high heat. Whisk your 6 eggs.

step #2

Once the pan is hot, splash your olive oil and sauté your vegetables (red bell peppers, zucchini noodles, jicama, celery roots) for a few minutes.

step #3

Add you eggs and reduce heat to medium.

step #4

Let it cook for a few minutes then add jalapeno peppers with a dash of salt and pepper to taste.

step #5

Top it with Cilantro.

step #6

Ready to Serve!

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Did you know?

A frittata is often referred to as the Italian omelette. The name is believed to have originated from the Italian verb “friggere”, which translates to “to fry.” Since a frittata works well with a variety of ingredients, you can try any combination of vegetables to make yourself a delicious Low-fat Frittata!

Check out more healthy breakfast recipes here: Italian Baked Eggs, Buffalo Chicken Egg Muffins and Breakfast Spinach Enchilada.

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