Sweet Peas Frittata

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
5 from 6 reviews


Cook time Cook time: 35 minutes

Sweet Peas Frittata is loaded with cheese and lots of crispy bacon for the perfect way to start your day. This make ahead breakfast is a staple in our house.

I love having a variety of different ideas for a delicious breakfast meal. In the past, I have made the Breakfast Butter Rolls and Pumpkin Cheesecake Pancakes. Feel free to try them for a decadent breakfast.

Sweet Peas Frittata

This Sweet Peas Frittata is a staple in our house. I am so NOT a morning person at all. So to have a delicious breakfast in advance that can be reheated in seconds, is the way to go in the morning. My Sweet Peas Frittata fits the bill. Firstly, it’s delicious, loaded with cheese, and with bacon. I love bacon. I truly do, so I definitely went a little heavy handed in here with bacon.

Now, this frittata can be made the night before, and it can either be reheated in the oven. Similarly, it can be reheated for a few seconds in the microwave for  delicious, savory and hearty breakfast. The frittata is a huge favorite in our house. It’s loaded with sweet corn and delicious sweet peas to brighten up the bacon flavor. Also, it’s piled up with cheese and can be easily served for dinner.

This bacon corn and sweet peas frittata is such a time saver, I personally like to cook it on Sunday night, and we have enough for Monday and Tuesday morning breakfast. Or if you want to wake up during the weekend and have a delicious bite, cook it on Friday nigh and you are ready to start the weekend on the right foot.

Served with some fresh chopped tomatoes and herbs, this bacon corn and sweet peas frittata will make your mornings so much better!

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5 from 6 reviews

Sweet Peas Frittata

A hearty bacon corn and sweet peas frittata that is loaded with cheese and lots of crispy bacon is the perfect way to start your day.
Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 8 servings
Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 35 minutes Total time: 50 mins



Nutrition information

Calories: 323 Carbohydrates: 7 Protein: 17 Fat: 25 Saturated Fat: 11 Cholesterol: 179 Sodium: 645 Potassium: 228 Fiber: 0 Sugar: 2 Vitamin A: 670 Vitamin C: 4.8 Calcium: 209 Iron: 1


If using frozen sweet peas and frozen sweet corn, place them in a colander under warm water one hour before you start cooking. Make sure you drain all the water before adding them to the frittata.

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Ciao Florentina

This frittata looks incredible! I wanna wake up to the smell of this coming from the kitchen. Like just on Sundays and I'd be happy :)


Its so good and it make my house smell delicious.



This looks amazing! The perfect brunch recipe!



That's a good looking frittata right there!


Dorothy Reinhold

Well my biggest problem is trying to decide if I want this for breakfast, brunch, or dinner tomorrow!? Delish!


Erin | Dinners,Dishes and Dessert

This Sweet Peas Frittata looks incredibly delicious!


katerina @ diethood.com

This frittata looks incredibly delicious!! YUM!


Sara Welch

What a great way to start my day! Looking forward to enjoying this for breakfast tomorrow, indeed!



These flavors sound unique and AMAZING!



Beautiful frittata! Can't get enough


beti | easyweeknightrecipes

I love the flavors in this!! It looks incredibly delicious!


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