I love making frittatas because they’re so easy, tasty, and versatile However, even this frittata lover can get tired of them — even with different fillings. Luckily, I came across a new variation in Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint Quick & Easy Meals – soufflé frittatas!
All you do is separate the whites from the yolks, beat them separately, and then fold in the yolks and your favorite filling. You end up with a really fluffy, cloud-like frittata — like a soufflé! Granted, it’s much easier making a regular frittata but these are darn good and worth the extra five to ten minutes of work.
Check out the recipe and pics after the jump!
I’m a fan of Mark Sisson and his blog, Mark’s Daily Apple. In fact, I totally credit him for starting me on my Paleo journey. Sisson says there’s an 80/20 rule when it comes to eating like a caveperson? Hell, I can do that! Nowadays, I’m actually closer to 95/5 — but The Primal Blueprint was a great starting point for someone like me, who was hesitant to hop aboard the Paleo gravy train.
Last week, I bought The Primal Blueprint Quick & Easy Meals cookbook and I’ve been studying it closely to find recipes to try. After all, I may be a recovering sugar addict, but I’m still an out-and-proud cookbook junkie. And this one doesn’t disappoint: There are a lot of tempting recipes in the book — PLUS each one takes less than 30 minutes to complete!
First up, Nutty Blueberry Protein Balls!
The recipe — after the jump!