How bad are we at giving you recipes that are relevant to the upcoming holidays? Don’t even say it. We know. Hence, today’s post. It’s two weeks til Easter and I figured now is the time for this or else we’ll end up never posting it. Pay no mind that we didn’t really post anything Saint Patrick’s Dayish and for pretty much the whole month of February we were MIA so it goes without saying that there were no Valentine’s Day recipes. We’re making up for it here by giving you a brunch or breakfast recipe for one of the best holiday’s ever, the holiday that celebrates our Lord and Savior defeating the grave! Can I get an amen?!? Yeah, so here we go.
I actually made this a few weeks ago for my kids for lunch and while I was making it, I texted Heather to say that I was making my first frittata ever, for lunch, for my kids, and that it would be totally under-appreciated. I’d never made one before, but it seemed easy enough. I knew, though, that the kids would be somehow (who do these kids belong to??) underwhelmed and even a bit disappointed with this lunch. Well, I was right on both accounts. It was so easy that I wondered why I had never made one before. And the kids didn’t really enjoy it. In fact, one very dramatic little girl who shall remain nameless ran to her room screaming for a half an hour. Seriously? Yes, that happened. It’s fine. She eventually came out and ate a few bites. The little man enjoyed it for the most part because he really likes eggs on most days. I, though, was ridiculously amazed at how wonderful this thing tasted. I put Sri Racha on it, because, duh, it’s good on everything. And then I proceeded to eat about half of it, which is supposed to serve 8-10 people in total. But really, in what world, ok?
It’s such a Spring-like, beautiful dish that I instantly thought of blogging it and then making it again on Easter for my family. Yum. So, you’re two options here are: (a) Make it for lunch tomorrow or (b) Make it for whoever you celebrate Easter with on Easter morning. We hope you love it as much as I did! Enjoy this time of year and breath in the beauty that God has created for us! Happy (almost) Spring time, friends!