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Aug 12 2013

Veggie Tart Recipe

Veggie Tart Recipe

Happy Monday wishes! I’m starting your week off with a little breakfast for dinner. Every once in a while we have breakfast for dinner at our house, pancakes, eggs and grits, breakfast burritos or something extra special like this veggie tart. I made it using many of the vegetables from our wonderful garden. :-)

I call this a veggie tart but some of you may prefer to call it a frittata. Whatever you call it I hope you will call it good.

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What You Need

8 Eggs

½ Cup cheddar cheese (grated) more for topping ( optional)

1 Cup mushrooms

3/4 Cup asparagus spears ( chopped, fresh or thawed)

1/2 Cup milk

2 Green onions (chopped, tops and bottoms)

8 Grape or cherry tomatoes (sliced)

1 Clove garlic (crushed) optional

1/4 tsp. Salt

1 tsp. Black pepper

Nonstick cooking spray

Bowl

Whisk

Tart Pan

Baking sheet

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Before You Start. Preheat oven to 350°, spray inside of tart pan with cooking spray.

Lets Make it! Combine, egg, milk, garlic, and salt and pepper in mixing bowl and whisk well to combine. Add cheese, mushrooms, asparagus, onions and tomatoes. Whisk to combine. Pour into prepared tart pan. Place tart pan onto center of baking sheet and bake for 20-30 minutes (until firm) check regularly. When it stops jiggling it’s ready. Top with cheese if you desire.

*Katies Tid Bits -My hubby likes a bit of salsa on his. Try adding zucchini or other seasonal vegetables to this tart. Green peppers are great too, unfortunately ours aren’t quite ready to pick yet.

Serves 2-4

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  1. small kucing

    Sounds good. Have never tried to do this before

  2. Ms. A

    We eat breakfast for dinner all the time around here!

  3. Rosey

    We haven’t had breakfast for dinner in so long!! We used to love to do it once in awhile, not sure when it went by the wayside. This recipe looks good!

  4. Janine Huldie

    Totally pinned this one to try for my husband, who loves all these veggies. Thanks Katie and Happy Monday!!

  5. Heather @ new house, new home, new life

    You’ve made a simple frittata extra special with the addition of the asparagus and baking it in the tart pan. Looks yummy.

  6. katbiggie

    Thank you Katie! I am so excited about this!!!! Have a blessed Monday!

  7. Beverly

    This is something we would enjoy. Looks delicious.

  8. tamaralikecamera

    I wouldn’t even tweak this for my own family since we have a few supertasters in the family and some ingredients absolutely cannot be used, not even in moderation. Now I’m hungry for a second breakfast!

    1. tamaralikecamera

      Oh, and I meant I wouldn’t want to tweak it! Which is awesome. I always find recipes that look good but I have to leave something out. Not here!

  9. Alex J. Cavanaugh

    It’s a bit like a quiche, isn’t it?

  10. Judy Haughton-James

    Your veggie tart looks great Katie! It is also so colourful! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe on Creative Monday. Have a good Monday.

  11. Compo

    lol work the graveyard shift, then after work, yes dinner time, breakfast is being served.
    On a Friday a few of us go for breakfast after our last shift of the week to celebrate our early start to the weekend. That is usually about 8 a.m. and then when I get home I often crack a cold can of beer. It is a topy turvey world when you work the night shift.

  12. Melissa

    Congratulations to your winner!

    Your recipe sounds delicious!!! =)

  13. annie

    I want to eat at your house!
    Breakfast is the best meal anytime. I will give your recipe a try and it gives me a really good excuse to buy a tart pan! woo hoo!!

  14. DEBRA ELLIOTT

    Yummy in my tummy

  15. Winnie

    It looks absolutely terrific !
    I’m a vegetarian so this tart is perfect for me :)

  16. Libby

    All I can say is that, this tart looks so good! I want some now, even though it’s night. :-)

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