Well hello my friends... how's it going?
I hope you had a wonderful weekend filled with celebration of Dads and celebration of Summer Solstice yesterday!
I will share our weekend events in my weekend update tomorrow, but today I'd like to share something else with you.
I have to admit I was tired this weekend. The first full week of having all 3 kiddos at home with me was so fun, but lots of juggling. Plus, I am still on crutches and can only put 50% weight on my right foot (Only 2.5 weeks left of crutches!!!), which can make some tasks tricky. I am thankful that Josh and Megan are at the ages (Megan turned 5 last Tuesday, and Josh is 8) that they are a huge help and very independent!
Anyway, I needed to plan what to make for Jerold's Father's Day breakfast. I wanted to make it special for him, and something that everyone would love. Something pretty simple to make that would be filling for the 5 of us. Have I at all mentioned that my kiddos eat like they are trying out for the 49ers?! I mean WHERE they put the massive amounts of food that they consume I have no idea.
I do know that I have to be equipped and ready to feed them healthy, substantial food at all times...
So I made this awesome frittata! This is really great any time - for a weekend brunch or make ahead and then reheat during the week. The reheat and eat later doesn't really work for me, because there is usually zero left! Ha! :)
This would also be pretty cool for dinner too!
Okay, sooo normally I have all of these pretty pictures of the ingredients and making the dish step by step. Today, I was in survival mode, because the kiddos were starving (although they already had been snacking on fruit!) and I was in full focus to get this ready.
But. You are still going to love it :)
Tomato and Broccoli Frittata
By: Natrunsfar (adapted by Health and Nutrition Letter)
4 tsp. olive oil, divided
1 medium onion, thinly sliced
1 clove garlic
3 cups broccoli florets
8 large eggs
1/2 tsp. salt
2 cups organic tomatoes
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1 1/2 TBS. fresh oregeno