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Sweet Potato BLT Frittata



Happy Mother’s Day to all of you fantastic moms out there! Of course, I’m sending love to my own mom today! I’m lucky that my best friend is also my mom, and for her constant love and support. It’s days like today where you step back and think that even if you tell your mom everyday that you are grateful for her, today, make it really count and make her feel extra special! Love you mom!

Many of you might have seen that we closed on our first home on Friday. I’ve been waiting for weeks and weeks to share the news with you guys, and it’s finally here! We are doing some on a budget remodeling before the move-in, and I think I’ll share a before-and-after kitchen remodel with you guys! I am so excited for this next chapter in our lives, and can’t wait for you all to see some of it!


Now, today’s recipe is for you last minute preppers! If you are still looking for the perfect brunch for today, or for a nice meal prep for the the next few days, this Sweet Potato BLT Fritatta is your answer! 





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Sweet Potato BLT Frittata

Yield 6
Prep Time 7 min
Cook Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hour 7 minutes

Author: Lexi
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  • Preheat oven to 400°F
  • Cut sweet potato into cubes
  • Coat sweet potatoes with oil and dash of himalayan sea salt
  • Place on lined baking sheet and bake for 35 minutes or until tender; remove and set aside- keep oven on and lower to 350
  • Make bacon using desired method, set aside and chop
  • Whisk together eggs, salt, pepper, and garlic powder
  • Grease a cast iron skillet with butter or oil
  • Heat stove to medium heat, add in sweet potatoes, bacon, spinach and tomatoes
  • Pour in eggs
  • Let cook for 2-3 minutes until bottom has cooked slightly
  • Transfer to the oven and cook for an additional 15-20 minutes until eggs are cooked through

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    May 11, 2014

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    25 responses to “Sweet Potato BLT Frittata”

    1. I love the idea of adding sweet potatoes to a frittata. They’d add a boost to this colorful breakfast. We are fortunate to live in farm country, so farm fresh eggs are always available.

    2. I think this recipe just confirmed how awful it is that I’ve never had a frittata before…..! It’s also confirmed that I need to make this asap! Looks delicious 🙂

    3. Teri says:

      Made this for my Mom this morning. Delicious! LOVE the sweet potato with the eggs. It turned out almost exactly like your photo.

    4. Hard for me to even describe how good this looks! So easy to make and love the sweet potatoes. On my list for sure, thanks!!

    5. Rebecca says:

      i don’t have a cast-iron skillet. Can i just use a regular frying pan that doesn’t have any plastic parts (so it won’t melt in the oven)?

    6. Allie says:

      Do you know about how long this will keep in the fridge? I am thinking about making it for me for breakfast this week, but I don’t know if it will still be good by Friday?? Thanks for your help!

    7. Allie says:

      Do you know how long it will keep in the fridge? I am thinking about making it for breakfast for myself this week, but I am unsure if it will still be good by Friday?? Thanks for your help!

    8. That sounds (and looks!) heavenly. Also, congrats on your new home!

    9. Love this frittata it has one of my favorite ingredients to have with eggs, potatoes! I love potatoes with egg. Perfect dish for Mother’ Day. Congratulations on your new house.

    10. This is just perfect! I ruined my oven safe skillet so once I buy another one… this recipe is at the top of my list 🙂

    11. Lindsay says:

      How big of a skillet did you use for this?

    12. Lindsay says:

      sooooooo delicious! Even the kids (especially my 1 year old) gobbled this up! Loved it!

    13. LBL says:

      I was looking for breakfast recipes that are Whole30-compliant and this one fit the bill nicely. I didn’t have spinach so I used kale instead. The grape tomatoes make it especially bright-tasting. Thanks for sharing!

    14. Lindsay says:

      This is awesome! Making this again tonight for our breakfast for dinner night. My family of 5 all love this! Thank you!!

    15. Laura says:

      Could you make it in the oven? I don’t have an iron skillet and rather bake it if possible.

    16. Sharon Faith says:

      Southern Living had an advertisement for subscriptions included w/your recipes for various dishes. One of the recipes is your recipe for the frittata w/sweet potatoes. That recipe, among others, caught my interest. When I called the phone # to order a 2 yr subscription & pay for it @ the same time, I was told I could not have the price as advertised. They asked for offer #, which was not included in the advertisement. When I called back the 2nd time, while on the line, they deleted the advertisement. I believe this was an illegal move on their part. I’ve had problems in the past ordering products online, thus the reason for calling the magazine w/the # they provided to order in person. While looking up the advertisement for the 3rd time & still on the line w/the person, she came back on & dismissed my order by saying I had to order online & she then hung up. Upon continuing to look up the advertisement the 3rd time, I find it has been deleted. If her claim was legitimate, why the necessity to delete it?

    17. laura says:

      What size skillet / cast iron pan did you use ? 12″ ?

    18. Christie Kimbrel says:

      I made this yummy meal in an 8″ cast iron skillet. It seems the perfect size. It was SO good and the tiny piece I had for breakfast this a.m. was also delicious.

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