This egg dish isn't just for breakfast. Whip up frittatas any time of day.
Cost per serving: $1.74
Whoever said you can't have breakfast for dinner never tried this veggie-filled egg dish.
See recipe: Vegetable Frittata
Cost per serving: $1.62
Don't have broccoli on hand? This recipeis a great way to use up leftover cooked vegetables. Feta adds a nice salty tang to the frittata, but Swiss, Cheddar, Monterey Jack or goat cheese also work well.
See recipe: Broccoli and Feta Frittata
Cost per serving: $1.94
This one dish dinner is ready to serve in under 30 minutes. If you don’t care for asparagus, just swap in another veggie like spinach instead. (If using spinach, make sure you cook it thoroughly to remove all the water before adding the eggs.
See recipe: Asparagus and Goat Cheese Frittata
Cost per serving: 49¢
Fresh mint and balsamic vinegar are the flavor-boosting secret ingredients in this easy-to-make, low-calorie pie.
See recipe: Zucchini-and-Potato Frittata
Cost per serving: $1.08
Get even picky eaters to happily eat their veggies with this Salmon-Spinach Frittata recipe. This frittata is great any time of day—serve it at brunch, or eat any leftovers at room temperature for lunch.
See recipe: Salmon-Spinach Frittata
Cost per serving: 77¢
Five super-cheap ingredients, including potatoes, eggs and a spicy Mexican sausage, make this meal substantial enough for even the biggest appetites. To cut back on fat and calories, you can substitute chorizo made with chicken or turkey.
See recipe: Chorizo and Potato Frittata
Cost per serving: 87¢
Sneak in some greens in this hearty baked omelet―it also makes a great dinner.
See recipe: Spinach-Sausage Frittata
Cost per Serving: $.95
You don't be a triathlete in training to enjoy this protein-packed frittata.
See recipe: Iron-Man Frittata
Cost per serving: 26¢
Cover and chill frittatas for up to three days. Bring them to room temperature before serving. You can also freeze them for up to three months.
See recipe: Herb Frittatas
Cost per serving: $1.74
These fritattas, which make a great weeknight supper, are also ideal for a weekend breakfast.
See recipe: Mini Fritattas
Cost per serving: $1.52
A frittata is an Italian omelet that’s cooked in a skillet. Ours is easy to make and can be assembled in just 5 minutes. You’ll love the combo of spaghetti, turkey bacon and Parmesan.
See recipe: Pasta Carbonara Frittata
Cost per Serving: $2.05
The addition of potatoes makes this a hearty dinner dish.
See recipe: Spanish Frittata
Cost per serving: $1.25
A classic western includes ham but you can go with canned roasted green chiles or thawed frozen corn to make this economical dinner even cheaper.
See recipe: Western Frittata
Cost per serving: $1.78
This dish is the ideal home for spare spaghetti. Have angel hair or linguine instead? It will work just fine, so toss it in. Extra cooked pasta will keep covered for up to five days in the fridge.
See recipe: Pasta and Vegetable Frittata
Cost per serving: 70¢
Add some sliced cooked potatoes or roasted red pepper strips to the frittata with the chard and ham for an even heartier dish.
See recipe: Swiss Chard and Ham Frittata
Cost per Serving: $2.51
Serve with a salad for the perfect weeknight dinner.
See recipe: Mushroom and Bacon Frittata
Cost per serving: $1.23
Offer a tossed salad or a green vegetable and crusty whole-grain rolls on the side to make this a balanced, healthy meal.
Recipe: Spinach, Onion and Potato Frittata
Cost per serving: 86¢
Turing leftovers into a frittata is an easy and delicious way to save money. Try this one for breakfast this weekend!
See recipe: Bacon, Leek and Spaghetti Frittata
Cost per serving: $1.50
Have leftover vegetables? They're perfect for this recipe from ALL YOU reader Carrie Margas. Feel free to pair this dish with peppery greens anda nice vinaigrette, which complement it nicely.
See recipe: Bacon and Cheese Frittata