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Baked Mini-Frittatas with Mushrooms, Cottage Cheese, and Feta (Video)

Baked Mini-Frittatas with Mushrooms, Cottage Cheese, and Feta are great for a meatless breakfast idea, and these tasty mini-frittatas are also low-carb, Keto, low-glycemic, gluten-free, and South Beach Diet friendly! Use the Diet-Type Index to find more meatless recipes like this one.

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If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you probably noticed how I love to make little breakfast tarts or mini-frittatas with the Williams Sonoma Tart Pan I got from my sister Laurel. And when I decided to update the photos for these Baked Mini-Frittatas with Mushrooms, Cottage Cheese, and Feta, I couldn’t resist using the tart pan to make them a bit fancier. But these are just a slightly bigger version of the Egg Muffins that have been so popular on the blog, and if you don’t want to buy a tart pan you can make them in any large silicone baking cups, and just cook a few minutes longer for the thicker version. This is something I’d eat with a fork, maybe with a dollop of sour cream, and these mini-frittatas have lots of mushrooms and cheese for a baked egg dish that’s a fairly dense in texture and high in protein.

And if you like the idea of mushrooms and Feta cheese (one of my favorite combinations in a baked egg dish!) you might also like the recipe for Low-Carb Mushroom and Feta Breakfast Casserole! That’s a great ideas for a meatless breakfast, or even a meatless dinner idea if you like the idea of breakfast for dinner! (And for those who might be wondering, Williams Sonoma has never paid me or given me free merchandise to rave over their tart pan, although my friend Bobbianne is the manager of Williams Sonoma in Salt Lake!)


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Preheat the oven to 375F/190C. Spray tart pan or silicone muffin cups with non-stick spray or mist with olive oil. Rinse the cottage cheese in a fine-mesh strainer and let it drain while you cook the mushrooms until they’re slightly browned and all the water has evaporated. Put mushrooms in the tart pans or silicone baking cups.

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Then put the drained cottage cheese, crumbled Feta, and sliced green onions on top of the mushrooms. Beat the eggs with the pepper and Spike Seasoning and pour over the mushrooms. (I like to stir gently with a fork so everything is well-combined.) Baked about 25 minutes, or until firm and lightly browned.

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Serve Baked Mini-Frittatas with Mushrooms, Cottage Cheese, and Feta hot, with a little sour cream on top if desired. These mini-frittatas can be refrigerated and quickly reheated in the microwave; don’t microwave too long or the eggs will be rubbery!

More Meatless Ideas with Baked Eggs:

Low-Carb Baked Mini-Frittatas with Broccoli and Three Cheeses ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Greek Baked Eggs with Leeks, Kalamata Olives, and Goat Cheese ~ Cookin’ Canuck
Roasted Green Pepper and Tomato Breakfast Casserole ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Baked Eggs over Maple-Roasted Vegetables ~ Big Bear’s Wife
Baked Eggs with Mushrooms and Parmesan ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Poblano and Mushroom Baked Eggs ~ All Roads Lead to the Kitchen

Weekend Food Prep:

This recipe has been added to a new category called Weekend Food Prep  to help you find recipes you can prep or cook on the weekend and eat during the week!

Baked Mini-Frittatas with Mushrooms, Cottage Cheese, and Feta

Ingredients:

  • 12 oz. mushrooms washed and sliced (I used brown Crimini mushrooms, also called Baby Bellas)
  • 2 tsp. olive oil (or more, depending on your pan)
  • 1/2 cup  cottage cheese, rinsed and drained well
  • 3 oz. (3/4 cup) crumbled Feta Cheese
  • 3 T thinly-sliced green onions
  • 6 eggs, beaten
  • 1/2 tsp. (or more) Spike Seasoning (or use any type of all-purpose seasoning blend that’s good with eggs)
  • fresh-ground black pepper to taste

Directions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 375F/190C. Spray Williams Sonoma Tart Pan or 6 Jumbo Muffin Cups with non-stick spray. (Or use any type of extra-large muffin cup or small ramekins, but the silicone cups will keep the egg mixture from sticking more than other types of dishes.)
  2. Put the cottage cheese into a fine colander and rinse with cold water until only the curds remain. Let the cottage cheese drain while you cook the mushrooms.
  3. Wash the mushrooms in a colander and blot dry with paper towels. Slice mushrooms into thick slices. Heat the olive oil in a large non-stick frying pan over medium-high heat and cook mushrooms until they release all their liquid and it has evaporated and the mushrooms are lightly browned, about 6-8 minutes. Put the mushrooms into the bottom of the tart pan wells or baking cups.
  4. Crumble the feta cheese and thinly slice the green onions. Layer the cottage cheese, feta, and green onions on top of the mushrooms.
  5. Beat the eggs with Spike Seasoning and black pepper, and divide eggs among the tart pan wells or muffin cups. Take a fork and gently “stir” the mixture so all the other ingredients are coated with egg.
  6. Bake the mini-frittatas about 25 minutes, or until they are set and lightly browned on top.
  7. Serve hot, with a dollop of low-fat sour cream if desired.

This recipe created by Kalyn.

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Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
These Baked Mini-Frittatas with Mushrooms, Cottage Cheese, and Feta are loaded with high protein low-carb ingredients and would be approved for low-carb and Keto diets and all phases of the South Beach Diet. They do have a generous amount of cheese, so if you’re following South Beach and actively trying to lose weight, I’d limit the serving size to one mini-frittata for a meal.

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26 comments on “Baked Mini-Frittatas with Mushrooms, Cottage Cheese, and Feta (Video)”

  1. These look yummy! I went to amazon and bought all of the sizes of the muffin cups; never tried the silicon ones, but if Kalyn approves, they must be great 🙂

  2. these frittatas sound like the perfect way to start your day post-Thanksgiving!! Healthy and satisfying.

  3. This is exactly the kind of breakfast I could eat every day. I make something similar in a very small frying pan, at least a few times a week. I love the idea of making these ahead, and having one each morning.

  4. Mini Frittatas!!! I adore frittatas, never thought to make them mini! Fabulous!

  5. Gabby, the silicone muffin cups are great for these and egg muffins. Some metal pans seem to stick with eggs, no matter how much you spray. (And thanks for the vote of confidence!)

    Joanne, Lydia, and Pam, wish I had some to eat this morning!

  6. What a great idea for breakfast, brunch or lunch! I like the mini size.

  7. I proclaim you the queen of "mini" egg dishes, Kalyn! These look terrific!

    Shirley

  8. This looks awesome!!!! Can't wait to try.

  9. Forgot to say, not sure how ricotta would work in place of cottage cheese. Might be a bit wetter; maybe cook a little longer.

  10. Do you think they would work subbing fat free ricotta for the cottage cheese?

  11. Thanks for the nice feedback everyone.

  12. Would you be able to freeze these? Thanks!

    Tracey

  13. I used to freeze similar types of egg dishes, but eventually I decided I didn't like the texture after they were frozen (and they release a lot of liquid when they're thawed.) They will keep at least a week, probably longer, in the fridge.

  14. Can these be frozen and warmed in the microwave?

  15. You *can* freeze them, but I don't recommend it any more because they release a lot of water when they've been frozen. They keep in the fridge for at least a week.

  16. what brand of cottage cheese did you use for this recipe?

    thank you can't wait to try these!

  17. Natalie, It was probably Daisy; that’s my favorite cottage cheese.

  18. Do you use large curd or small curd cottage cheese?

  19. I made them with ricotta cheese and they turned out great!! Quick Prep for those rushed mornings.

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