Turkey Sausage Frittata Recipe is a low calorie, low-fat breakfast that’s full of nutritious turkey sausage, egg whites, roasted cauliflower, and roasted mushrooms. It’s so full of flavor you’ll forget it’s good for you too!
Turkey Sausage Frittata
Packed with nutrients and great for grab-and-go breakfasts, the healthy Turkey Sausage Frittata Recipe fits into your busy lifestyle. Therefore, I started making meal prepping this recipe for our weekday breakfasts. I cook them on Monday morning and they last all week.
These frittata muffins are filling with 15 grams of protein and will keep you full until lunch.
As well, for my growing and always hungry teenage boys, I make the frittats into breakfast sandwiches using either English muffins, whole wheat flatbread rounds, or their favorite biscuits.
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Ingredients you’ll need
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- Turkey breakfast sausage
- Egg whites
- Almond milk
- Colby/cheddar cheese
- Goat cheese
- Salt and pepper
Turkey Sausage Frittata Recipe Tips and Subs
- First of all, I used JennieO turkey sausage but you can substitute and turkey sausage or pork sausage if you prefer.
- I used goat cheese and a cheddar Colby mix. You can use your favorite cheese or what you have on hand. I prefer to grate cheese myself instead of purchasing pre-shredded. Pre-shredded cheese is coated in corn starch that may affect the taste and texture of your recipe.
- Also, I roasted cauliflower and mushrooms in the oven before adding them to the egg mixture. You can saute them on the stove if you prefer.
- You may also substitute your favorite vegetables. Spinach, bell peppers, broccoli, and green onions would all make great frittata muffins.
- In addition, liberally spray your muffin tins with olive oil spray. When your frittata muffins are done wait 5 minutes before running a knife around the edges and removing them from the pan.
- To reheat, microwave about 30 seconds (depending on your microwave) or wrap in foil and heat in the oven.
- They will last 5 days in the refrigerator in an airtight container.
- Finally, I use Wilton 12-Cup Regular Muffin Pans. This recipe makes 18 muffins.
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Turkey Sausage Frittata Recipe
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- 1 pound turkey breakfast sausage
- 2 cups roasted cauliflower
- 2 cups roasted mushrooms
- 10 large egg whites
- 5 large eggs
- ¼ cup unflavored almond milk
- 1 cup cheddar Colby cheese blend shredded
- ¼ cup goat cheese crumbles
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon pepper
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees F
- Liberally coat muffin tins with olive oil spray
- Wash, dry, and chop vegetables into small pieces. Roasted 20 to 25 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool.
- Meanwhile, cook sausage over medium heat. Chop it into small pieces as it browns. Remove and drain on paper towels.
- In a large bowl, whisk egg whites, eggs, milk, salt, and pepper.
- Add approximately 1 tablespoon sausage to the bottom of 18 muffin tins. Top with approximately 1/2 tablespoon cauliflower and 1/2 tablespoon mushrooms.
- Pour egg mixture carefully into tins. Top with goat cheese and cheddar Colby cheese.
- Bake 24 to 27 minutes.
- Allow them to cool 5 minutes before removing and serving.
- Cool completely before refrigerating.
Perfect addition for school lunch boxes. My kids love these little frittatas because they are delicious and I love them because they are easy to make. Win-win.
These look perfect for school lunch boxes, just the right size for little hands. Thanks