Making Food Fun & Different

I get my 3 year in the kitchen at every opportunity.
We talk about vegetables and fruits, she mixes (aka messes), chop food, wash dishes- yes slave labor but she loves helping.

We cook a wide variety of foods a week. Frittata’s, Roast Meats and Vegetables, Seafood and Poultry Bakes, Slow cooked meals, Soups. It’s easier to organise the house that way.
But like everything I have to change it up or the same thing gets boring. Here is a great kids lunch option (or adult) using whatever you have really from fresh vegetables to left over roast vegetables to meats, tuna, sardines, organ meat (my favourite). The base is easy, nutritious, packed with saturated fats, protein and fibre these little babies will contribute to a large amount of your daily recommended intake.

Frittata Muffins

Nut free, paleo, whole foods, organic
this recipe makes 6 large muffin sized Frittata’s- double as required
PREPARATION TIME               TOTAL TIME
10 MINUTES                     30 MINUTES
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Frittata Muffins

INGREDIENTS

5 Eggs
2 Tbsp Coconut Flour
1/4 tsp Salt
1 tsp of chosen herbs and spices
1 Tbsp grass-fed butter, ghee or coconut oil

6 Tomato Slices
6 Eggplant Sliced
6 Zucchini Sliced
6 Sweet Potato Slices
6 Tsp sized portions of spaghetti squash
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INSTRUCTIONS
1. Whisk eggs in a bowl
2. Add Flour and whisk. Set aside
3. Chop your vegetables to the same sized rounds as your muffin tray
4. Line with baking paper or oven proof cups (alternatively you can do individual ramekins, grease with coconut oil and line with bacon (YUM)
5. The egg mixture will have thickened, add butter,ghee or oil and salt and herbs and spices
6. Start with the vegetable the kids love place that on the bottom (tomato looks great)
7. Add a spoonful of egg mix (it should be thick like batter)
8. Keep layering with vegetable, egg, meat, egg and so on until you finish at top with egg.
9. Place in oven for 20 minutes or until the top is set
10. Turn out upside down

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Enjoy with a side salad, relish, fermented vegetables, some cultured yoghurt. Pack in lunchboxes, freeze, let the kids eat these beauties all day and night long.
And don’t stop there. Turn all your regular whole food meals into a new creation. Don’t forget to #realfoodmumblog #realfoodmumblog recipes to share your creations

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