Frittata: the solution to a crisper drawer full of produce

Wondering what to do with a few extra leaves of kale, half a pepper, a lonely green onion, and maybe a sweet potato? Make a frittata! 

Like quiche without a crust, this savory, versatile dish is a great way to use leftover vegetables, just about any combination of what you have leftover works. Serve it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Frittata looks lovely and is a definite crowd pleaser. This recipe is adapted from the book Run Fast. Eat Slow. You can have it ready to put in the oven in about 15 minutes! Try involving your little helpers by having them tear greens or whisk the eggs.