Frittatas are delicious baked egg dishes that are often served at breakfast or brunch. In this post, I share 10 healthy recipes that can be served with a frittata. From fruit salad to juices to pancakes to air fried turkey bacon, I’ve got you covered.

baked vegetable frittata in pan on table.

Frittatas are such an easy meal! In the United States, we often make them for a holiday brunch or even a light dinner.

They can be meal-prepped ahead of time or baked right before serving. They are essentially an egg mixture of your choice that can include lots of colorful vegetables and extras like fresh herbs, goat cheese, bell peppers, feta cheese. The combinations are endless!

I have an easy frittata recipe (pictured above) that is dairy-free without heavy cream or cheese. It tastes like a crustless quiche and is a great way to have a savory breakfast with lots of protein and fiber from the veggies.

A stack of coconut milk pancakes

Coconut Milk Pancakes (Dairy-Free Recipe)

Dazzle your family with these incredibly fluffy and delicious Coconut Milk Pancakes that are dairy-free and made using canned coconut milk. This recipe can also be made gluten-free and is the perfect weekend treat.

a white plate full of golden beet salad.

Golden Beet Salad Recipe With Walnuts

This Golden Beet Salad recipe is a vibrant and nutritious dish that can be served in the winter or summer. It combines the earthy sweetness of golden beets with a range of fresh, flavorful ingredients.

vitamix orange juice in glass.

Vitamix Orange Juice

Use your Vitamix blender to make orange juice that is full of nutrition, fiber, and flavor. You only need oranges and water to make blended orange juice in your blender that is a delicious treat.

buckwheat bread

Buckwheat Bread Without Yeast (Gluten-Free)

Learn how to make super simple comforting and delicious homemade Buckwheat Bread for your family. This recipe is gluten-free, vegan, dairy-free, egg-free, and yeast-free.

crispy hash browns

Air Fryer Frozen Shredded Hash Browns (So Crispy)

Here’s how to make Air Fryer Frozen Hash Browns for a crispy and perfectly cooked breakfast side dish. Buy a bag of frozen hash browns and cook them in your air fryer until they are golden brown and crisp.

air fryer turkey bacon in basket

Air Fryer Turkey Bacon

This recipe for Air Fryer Turkey Bacon is just so easy. This healthy and flavorful side dish can be served with breakfast or on top of a sandwich at lunchtime. Make it in less than 10 minutes!

romaine salad on a white plate with a fork

Romaine Salad with Simple Vinaigrette Dressing

For an easy healthy side dish, you’re going to love this Romaine Salad Recipe with a Simple Vinaigrette Dressing. This recipe is gluten-free, vegan, and dairy-free. 

dragon fruit smoothies.

Dragon Fruit Banana Smoothie

Enjoy this beautiful and refreshing Purple Dragon Fruit Banana Smoothie any time of the year. It’s made with only five ingredients and it’s gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan.

sweet potato apple hash on plate.

Sweet Potato Apple Breakfast Hash

This delicious Sweet Potato Apple Hash is the perfect breakfast recipe. It’s full of healthy and satisfying ingredients. This paleo and Whole30 recipe is gluten-free, grain-free, and dairy-free.

a bowl of ambrosia salad

Healthy Ambrosia Salad (Dairy-Free)

This Healthy Ambrosia Salad recipe uses a delightful combination of fruit, nuts, and coconut cream. This healthy makeover dessert is vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free, with no added sugar.


How long do frittatas last?

A cooked frittata can last up to 4 days when stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator. I like to re-heat mine in an air fryer!

What other sides can be served with a frittata?

You can just slice fresh fruit or serve it with a fresh green salad.

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About the Author: Carrie Forrest is the author of the best-selling Instant Pot-authorized cookbook, The Healthy Meal Prep Instant Pot Cookbook. She has a master’s degree in public health with a specialty in nutrition and receives over 5 million annual visitors to her site. Send Carrie a message through her contact form.