Monday, September 19, 2011

Tex-Mex Mini-Frittatas (Low Calorie)

These Tex-Mex Mini-Frittatas are amazing.  approximately 112 calories for 2 frittatas.  Served along side turkey sausage and a glass of orange juice or a bowl of berries and you have a fabulously healthy low-calorie breakfast.

I love these, they are fast and simple.  They reheat VERY well.  I make enough for several breakfasts and then heat them up in the morning. I have been feeding a hunkering for spicy Mexican food and this hit the spot, served on a bed of pico de gallo it is amazing (calorie count only includes mini-frittatas).  Buon Appetito!

Tex-Mex Mini-Frittatas (Low Calorie)
Olive Oil Spray
16 egg whites
2 ounces 2% Mexican cheese blend (I used Lucerne brand)
1/4 cup drained canned diced green chilis
salt and pepper, to taste

Preheat oven to 350°.  Lightly mist 8 cups of a non-stick muffin pan with the olive oil spray.

Put 2 egg whites in each muffin cup, sprinkle with pinch of salt and pepper.  Bake for 8-10 minutes, or until almost set.

In a small mixing bowl, mix the cheese and chiles.  Spoon the mixture evenly over the tops of the frittatas.  Bake for 8 to 10 minutes longer, or until the egg is no longer runny and the cheese is melted.  Transfer the muffin tin to a cooling rack and allow the frittatas to rest for 2 minutes before serving.

Click here for a printable version of this recipe - The Slow Roasted


  1. Marking this one down for sure for my picky son! He loves his eggs and this is a great fun way to eat eggs on the go! I love it

  2. I love a great quick and easy breakfast! These are super cute too.

  3. Looks awesome, low calorie alright. How do you plan to use the egg yolks?

  4. What a great idea! They look so delicious.

  5. Did someone say low calorie? But there's cheese involved... I'm so in! These look fantastic.

  6. This looks great. I love things that will reheat well at work. just a note, you don't have green chilies listed on your ingredient list.

  7. Love these ideas! I have chickens, so all about the (whole) eggs, but these recipes seem adaptable!


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