Mini Frittatas

Dare to be different? Add zucchini, peas and fresh herbs to your eggs and FITNESS flakes for a crunchy texture for a tasty breakfast or relaxing brunch

Preparation Time
15 min
Cooking Time
30 min
Skill Level
Serving Size


30 g FITNESS® Original
4 eggs
1 zucchini
A few sprigs of chives
40 g big fresh peas
30 g feta cheese
1 spring onion
Salt and pepper
a dash of olive oil


  • Preheat the oven at 150°C.
  • In a bowl, beat the eggs with a pinch salt and pepper and a dash olive oil.
  • Add the peas, the cereals, the chives, thinly sliced tops of spring onions and crumbled feta cheese.
  • With a peeler, cut tagliatelles of zucchini.
  • Stack 3 to 4 zucchini tagliatelles, slightly shifted in a stairs shape. Use them to line the vertical edges of the silicon muffin molds.
  • Pour the liquid mix in the center of the molds.
  • Cook for about 30 minutes, until the eggs are cooked.
  • Let cool for 5 minutes.
  • Use a thin knife blade around each frittata to loosen it.
  • Cover with crumbled feta cheese and thinly sliced chives.


Per serving

Typical Values


388,98 kJ/93,35 kcal


of which Saturates

5,32 g

1,86 g


of which Sugars

4,98 g

1,16 g


6,29 g


1,04 g


141,97 mg

Vitamins & Minerals



1,79 mg


77,03 mg

Vitamin B6

0,15 mg

Vitamin B2

0,25 mg

Vitamin B3

1,06 mg

Vitamin B9

40,73 µg

Vitamin PP/B5

0,93 mg

sodium content is equivalent to: salt ÷ 2,5

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