Loaded Potato Frittata Recipe

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If you are coming over from the 20 Meals from Costco for $150, welcome to my One Dish Dinners site. This recipe is part of Plan #2 and can be made as is, or without the bacon. If you already have bacon on hand, feel free to use. If not, it’s easy to omit. The packages of turkey bacon or regular bacon are very large at Costco and not worth purchasing for just 1 meal. Perhaps in a future “breakfast edition”…we will include more bacon recipes icon smile Loaded Potato Frittata Recipe

Frittatas.

They make a great breakfast. They make a great lunch. And they make a wonderful one dish dinner!

You’ve got the protein from the eggs, cheese and bacon, plus a little starch from the potatoes.  Serve it with a side of fresh fruit and you’ve got the entire food pyramid covered!

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Loaded Potato Frittata

Ingredients

6 slices turkey bacon (optional)
4 medium Russet potatoes
8 eggs
1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup sour cream
Salt and pepper
1 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 bunch green onions, sliced

Side ideas: Clementine oranges, apple slices, bananas, cantaloupe wedges

 

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • (Optional: Cook the turkey bacon (or regular bacon if you prefer) in the cast iron skillet.)
  • Remove the bacon from the skillet and then saute the potatoes in the bacon grease for 5 to 7 minutes, or until begin to soften. If you don’t make bacon, the cook the potatoes with 2 Tbsp olive or vegetable oil.
  • In a mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk and sour cream.  Add a little salt and pepper and whisk that in too.
  • Once the potatoes have softened some, pour the egg mixture over top and let cook on the stovetop for about 3 minutes, or until you see the eggs along the edges begin to set.
  • Transfer the skillet to the preheated oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes, or until the eggs in the middle have set.
  • Add the shredded cheese to the top and then bake for another 5 minutes.  Be sure to use a heavy duty oven mitt, as the handle will be hot, hot, hot!
  • Once the cheese is melted, remove the skillet from the oven.  Let cool slightly before slicing.
  • Slice and serve topped with green onion slices and a side of fresh fruit.

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108 Responses to Loaded Potato Frittata Recipe

  1. Sara says:

    Erin,

    Beautiful new site! I really want to try this recipe for a brunch I’m having soon. Was wondering what to serve that would be quick and elegant. Now I know!

    Kindly,
    Sara

    • Vicky says:

      Oh my goodness, does this look so amazing!! I will be trying this out tomorrow. Thank you for the recipe and great site, love the pictures!!

  2. Susan says:

    This looks great! May try it for dinner tomorrow night with leftover bacon I had from our big breakfast “Brinner” on Sunday!

  3. Tajah says:

    Looks scrummy. I think I will be making this recipe along with some of the others next week!

  4. Laura Hall says:

    Will be making this for dinner next week. Will be the first time making a frittata. Can’t wait.

  5. Susan Thompson says:

    i think we’ll try this recipe next week.

  6. Kristen says:

    We love frittatas around our house. I look forward to trying this version.

  7. Sunny says:

    This looks yummy, but I think I will try the Southwestern mac and cheese first! :)

  8. Elizabeth Hall says:

    This one looks delicious! I might have to put this one on the recipe for next week. DH would be excited – I don’t cook with potatoes too often!

  9. Lindsay says:

    Oh my gosh I will be making this for dinner on Monday night!!! I can’t wait to try it, it looks so good!!!

  10. Heidi says:

    I’ve been wanting to try a frittata and I love breakfast so I will definitely be trying this!

  11. Can I just say how much I love that you used turkey bacon for this? Yay!

    I’m totally making this next weekend for brunch! Thanks!

  12. Holly says:

    The link didn’t work to come to the site, so hope leaving my comment here will enter me in to the contest! This looks delicious, and this will be the recipe that I will try this week. I am gluten free so can’t have so many things and this one is gluten free- yay! Can’t wait to try it.

  13. Jenny says:

    Love this recipe! I will definitely be trying this soon!

  14. Jen says:

    I can’t wait to try this! Great job!

  15. Jenn Coulter says:

    I am so making this dish for dinner next week as my freebie (carb loaded) meal. YUM!!

  16. Deborah R says:

    As soon as I saw this, I put it on our menu for next Saturday’s brunch. Yummy and easy…my favorites!

  17. Jo says:

    This looks delicious! I’ve never made a frittata before, but am going out tomorrow to buy the ingredients and we will be having it for Sunday dinner. Thanks so much and I love BOTH your blogs!

  18. missy says:

    So pumped for this site! I can already smell breakfast in the morning. With three kids and a husband we have a very busy schedule and this site is going to help me so much! Congratulations Erin.

  19. keli says:

    I’m going to have to try this as I have all the ingredients already. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Fred Fenstermaker says:

    This one looks like a winner! And maybe you’ll think so too! Thanks for the new website, Erin! I’m always looking to use less pots and pans for cooking up things.

  21. Katherine Young says:

    I definitely want to try this soon! Breakfast gets boring for us so this will make it interesting! I tried your Chicken Spaghetti with Spinach tonight and it was yummy! Thanks!

  22. Mary Alice says:

    I’ll be trying the frittata recipe this week as well!

  23. Cathy S. says:

    Nice new site! Can’t wait to see more. The frittata looks great, but I really want to try the SW Mac and Cheese first! I think I will! Thank you for the great giveaways too!

  24. Melanie says:

    This looks great! I’ll definitely be making this next week.

  25. Karen Sheeley says:

    This looks good, but I want to try the Southwest Mac and Cheese first this week.

  26. Jen C says:

    I am making this tomorrow! Looks great!

  27. jackie says:

    I have to try this fritatta, probably for brunch tomarrow.. I have leftover potatoes and some eggs I got on a bygo that need to be used! yum!

  28. Lian says:

    This looks like a crowd-pleaser. I will be making this next week for a dinner.

  29. LisaE says:

    I would pick the Loaded Potato Friata to make for my family. We love potatoes and always have them on hand. I always look for new ways to make them!

  30. Christine says:

    Love this recipe! We will be trying it for dinner this week… Yum!! Thanks, Erin!

  31. Robin says:

    I mad this tonight and it was incredible. I will definitely be making this again and again.

  32. Jenny says:

    I love frittatas (or egg pizzas as my kids call them)-so easy- and with the feel of spring FINALLY coming to MN this weekend, this would make a lovely spring-time bistro dinner- salad, side of fruit and my egg pizza…. perfect!

  33. Crystal says:

    We’ve never made frittatas before and can’t wait to try them Sunday !

  34. Mary E.S. says:

    I am planning to make this tomorrow for lunch since I already have all the ingredients.If I use regular bacon,I pour off most of the grease before putting the potatoes in the pan,right?

  35. Geneva says:

    I have never made anything like this before, but I have everything in the house so I think that I will try it this week!

  36. leesa says:

    Such a nice simple site. I’m totally going to make the southwest macaroni for the kidos!

  37. Kelly G. says:

    This site looks great! I can’t wait to try the recipes :) Hoping to win the giveaway too!!!

  38. Carolyn says:

    Frittats are a favorite of ours. Can hardly wait to try this one. It sounds wonderful.

  39. Jan B says:

    I’m so glad you used turkey bacon! I’m going to fix the loaded potato frittata next week.

  40. Leslie M.P. says:

    I’ll be trying this one!

  41. Abigail Gunter says:

    I will definitely be making this recipe this week! It will be a hit for the whole family. YUM!

  42. Penny says:

    I love this! I will be doing this recipe this week for sure!

  43. Stacey says:

    I am going to make the potato frittata. Sounds delicious!

  44. Karen says:

    This frittata is sounds delicious!

  45. Meghan says:

    So excited for your new site!!! Love one dish meals.

  46. Judy says:

    Southwest Mac and Cheese first next week then this yummy looking frittata.

  47. Elizabeth says:

    I can’t try this recipe next week because we’ll be out of town, but hopefully the next!! It looks so yummy!

  48. Joellyn says:

    Yep- this is definitely the “gonna try” recipe!! Looks YUMMY!!!!

  49. Miceal says:

    This looks really yummy. I have lots of eggs that I need to use, so this would be a great meal to make early next week…super fast, too. We’re trying to cut carbs, so I think I will substitute broccoli for the potatoes, since I have a lot right now (because it was on sale)!

  50. Memaw says:

    Just made as a breakfast and WILL make it again next Saturday morning! Love your new site!

  51. Kimberly says:

    I just made Italian herb fritatta this morning from your book. This one looks good to try for next week. Love the new site.

  52. Jennie says:

    I love this site. I’m so excited to watch for more recipes. I’ll be trying the fritatta this week!

  53. Carmen K says:

    I am going to try this recipe this week. Looks so yummy! :)

  54. Anita says:

    Like your new website and just subscribed to it. I will try making the Southwest Mac & Cheese.

  55. A.S. says:

    This frittata looks delicious, and I can’t wait to make it next week (if not sooner). Thinking about subbing SoyChorizo from Trader Joe’s instead of bacon. That stuff is so good w/potatoes and eggs :)

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  57. Kristen says:

    I have never made a frittata before, so I think I will add this to my menu for next week, I just need to pick up the sour cream! It looks delicious! Thanks for all of the great recipes!

  58. pamela says:

    Everything my boys love rolled up into one dish, love your new website and look forward to getting new ideas to incorporate into our busy lives. Please keep the tips and recipes coming!

  59. Bethany says:

    Really loving your website I will be trying this out on Thursday! Great recipes.

  60. Janet says:

    What a great new site. I’ll be making this frittata this weekend.

  61. maygan says:

    that looks delicious. I was actually trying to think of something for dinner tonight since i have to make 2 of them (one for the kids and one for the husband later)…and this looks perfect :)

  62. Michelle Evans says:

    This recipe looks super yummy and I will definitely be trying it out! I just found your site through The Happy Housewife site and I can already tell that I will be following you closely as I am constantly looking for new easy and affordable dishes for my family! Thanks for your great ideas!

  63. Brenda says:

    I am going to try this recipe tonight for dinner. However, I did notice one thing in the recipe and it seems that there is no mention of how to prepare the potatoes before cooking them. Are the potatoes suppose to be diced, shredded, chopped, cubed, sliced or left whole? Peeled or unpeeled? If I was just going to make this recipe without seeing a picture of it, I would have thought that I needed to leave the potatoes whole while cooking them in the bacon grease. No matter, it still sounds like a great recipe!

  64. AllieZirkle says:

    Yum! I’d love to make this for dinner. I don’t have a cast iron skillet. 4 potatoes sounds like an awful lot, but yum!!

  65. Kelly says:

    This looks great. I assume the bacon is supposed to go back in with the potatoes before the egg mixture?
    Thanks!

  66. Ann says:

    Sounds Yummy. I can’t decide between this and the spicy Quinoa with red beans.

  67. Kathy Jacob says:

    This looks really good. Where can I get a cast iron skillet?

  68. Susanne says:

    I will be making this this week on “breakfast for dinner night”!!

  69. Tina says:

    Love this recipe…and gluten free too!! Yum!

  70. Tina says:

    I will be putting this on the menu list for next week!!

  71. Michele says:

    This was our favorite frittata yet! Thanks!

  72. BrandyU says:

    I will be making this next week!

  73. Pam says:

    This looks fabulous! I look forward to making this next week.

  74. Amy in SC says:

    I think this looks delish!! and I think my family will love it! Will be making this one next week!! :)

  75. Angela says:

    I love this recipe….definately gonna try this one next week! :)

  76. Amy says:

    Yum!! I will be making this frittata next week! Can’t wait to taste it!:)

  77. Shellie Williams says:

    This frittata looks great, but so does the southwest mac and cheese so I think I’ll make them both next week.

  78. Cindi says:

    Thanks for this recipe. I’ll be trying it soon!

  79. Gretchen Jackson says:

    Oh, this looks so yummy! I think I am going to make this for my family next week!

  80. Bethany says:

    This dish looks great – think we’ll try it!

  81. Betty A says:

    Def. going to try this one. My dh loves loaded baked potatoes & the kids are big fans of anything with melted cheese. ;o)
    I love that you used turkey bacon as that is what I use 99% of the time. With light sour cream, 2% cheese & a big salad on the side this will make a filling meal that won’t burst our calorie bank! Thanks!

  82. Jennifer Cockburn says:

    I will be making this for dinner ^_^

  83. Tessa Wyman says:

    This looks so great and inexpensive to make…cant wait to make it next week. Gonna add it to my menu plan.

  84. Toni says:

    This just got added to our menu for next week. The recipes on this new site look so yummy and simple. With 2 1/2 year old twins, anything simple is a blessing. Thank you!

  85. Natalie says:

    I’m making this right now and was wondering how I should cut the potatoes? What size pan will work? Thank you!

    • Natalie says:

      I ended up peeling and cubing the potatoes. I put them in a large calaphlon pan. Also, I mixed the chopped bacon in with the egg mixture. It looks unbelievable and tasted like potato skins-delicious!

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  88. In says:

    i would like to make this recipe…but have a couple of questions. do the potatoes need to be peeled and chopped? what size if so? and what do i do with the bacon? i am new at this. thanks for the help.

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  90. Becky says:

    Thanks for including this in your weekly menu plan. We were having a live off the pantry week and so we tried this recipe. Everyone loved it! 3 picky kids give it a thumbs up!
    5 out of 5 is awesome, Thanks Again!

    • Becky says:

      I have made this maybe a dozen times since my above review. It is still a family favorite for dinner or a lazy weekend brunch. I chop the potatoes into 1/4-1/2″ cubes cook them in the pan as instructed, add the egg mixture and then using my kitchen shears I cut the bacon over the eggs/pan & let the pieces fall into the dish. I have made this with whatever cheese we have in the house it always turns out great!

  91. Sherril says:

    Yeah, do you slice the potatoes? How thin? When do you add the bacon? I just muddled along but I would like to know.

  92. Seth says:

    After reading the recipe, I had some of the same confusion in the comments about how the potatoes should be cut and what is done with the cooked bacon (I’m an amateur, but learning. This site is awesome)

    Here’s what I did for both, hope this helps:

    – cut the potatoes down to maybe 1/4″-1/2″ cubes (like the Ore-ida frozen Potatoes O’Brien size)
    – while the potatoes were cooking in the grease, cut up the bacon into small bacon bit size chunks
    – before dumping the eggs in, threw the bacon back into the potatoes and gave them a good stir/mix
    – finished recipe out as written

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  96. Firewife says:

    Made this today, and it was AMAZING!!! Love your Costco meals. Thanks for all your hard work!!

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