Last Updated on November 13, 2019 by Chef Mireille
Valentine’s Day Breakfast Frittata Muffins is a loving way to start the day on February 14th. Whenever people think of Valentine’s Day, it’s usually chocolate desserts. Between personal gifts and all the chocolate treats in your office lunch room, by the end of the day you are on chocolate overload. If you are like me who like chocolate but is not a die hard chocaholic, I avoid chocolate at all costs because I know somehow during the day it is going to find me. When I decided to take up the BM theme of Valentine’s Day treats, I decided to do what is not expected and make all non-chocolate Valentine’s Day treats.
First of all anything made with love, for me is a Valentine treat. Bake these Valentine’s Day Breakfast Frittata Muffins in a heart shaped muffin mold and you have the perfect Valentine’s Day Breakfast…baked with love. Finish the meal with baked Alexia Sweet Potato Fries, salad and fruit. Who wouldn’t feel loved waking up to this meal? If you’d prefer homemade Sweet Potato Fries, try this recipe here.
This is a great breakfast not just for Valentine’s Day, but for any day!
Eventhough Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, you probably have #SuperbowlSunday on your mind. Well these will work great for your Superbowl Party also. Here are some other ideas you can also serve during the Superbowl Mania:
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Valentine's Day Breakfast Frittata Muffins
- 1 cup small diced peeled potatoes
- 8 eggs
- cup ¼heavy cream
- cup ¼milk
- teaspoon ½crushed red pepper
- teaspoon ¾salt
- 1 teaspoon finely chopped rosemary
- 5 slices cooked bacon chopped
- 1/3 cup grated Asiago cheese
- Preheat oven to 375 F. Spray 2 heart shaped muffin molds with non stick spray.
- In a pot of boiling water, add potatoes and cook until tender, about 10 minutes.
- In a large bowl, combine eggs, cream, milk, pepper, salt and rosemary. Whisk well.
- Add bacon, potatoes and cheese to egg mixture. Using a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula, mix to combine.
- Fill muffin molds about ¾ full. Transfer to oven and bake for 20 minutes.
Most Valentine’s day recipes are loaded with chocolate. Glad yours is going to be a different take :-).
yes – I go into chocolate overload on Valentine’s Day
Interesting recipe.I think i can make them without bacon. Entire platter looks so delicious.
you can absolutely omit the bacon
Those heart shaped frittatas look perfect for Valentine’s day. But those muffins would be great for any time of the day. I’m going to try them for my family soon.
I am sure they will love them!
Perfect for meat lovers.
it’s just a little bacon – you can easily omit the bacon
maybe TVP or soya chunks cud replace the bacon ! like the idea of bite sized treats rather than a huge pie / quiche which I feel is more for the kids…
Wow, that platter looks just simply out of the world, that frittata muffins looks absolutely irresistible.
thanks Priya. They were great for breakfast
I am seeing so many dessert recipes for Valentine’s day. This one is a nice distraction from those dishes. These heart shaped frittatas look so cute..
I can totally make this for breakfast any day. I love making savory breakfasts and this is perfect!
we have so many sweet breakfasts in US – nice to have savory
Love these mini omelette recipes.. perfect for breakfast.
thanks – yes it does make a great breakfast
On those heart shaped ones look so cute Mir…good one!..I love the concept of frittata though I have never made it myself..maybe someday for kids..
frittata are quick and easy – a great breakfast for any time
Ahh they look cute mir and i love the plates, both red and that bluish green too!!!! The head shot looks very crisp and clear!!