Bacon and Hash Brown Skillet Egg White Frittata

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  • A few weeks ago I posted a lovely garden skillet egg white frittata. It was kind of girly with the basil and peppers, but hey, hubby was out of town. I liked is so much and it was so easy that I wanted to make him a “husband approved” version.

    Chris is a meat n potatoes kind of guy. Meat, bacon. Potatoes, hash browns. Check, check. This frittata is just as awesome as the other one. And just as easy.

    Bacon and Hash Brown Skillet Egg White Frittata

    I started out by cooking up some bacon and chopping it. Next I cooked the hash browns and onions. Then I just threw everything together. All in one skillet. Mmmmmm, breakfast!

    Bacon and Hash Brown Skillet Egg White Frittata
           serves 6
    4 slices bacon (I used turkey), cooked drained and chopped
    1/2 yellow onion, diced and cooked
    1 C hash browns, cooked
    1 1/2 C egg whites
    Salt and pepper
    1 T chopped thyme
    1/4 C shredded cheddar
    Preheat oven to 325° and rub the bottom and sides of skillet with vegetable oil. Once everything is cooked, add bacon, onions and hash browns to skillet and toss together. Add salt, pepper and thyme to egg whites and pour over skillet. Sprinkle cheese on top and place in oven.
    Bake for 25 minutes or until egg whites are completely set. Remove from oven let cool slightly. Slice into 6 pieces.
    So what do you think? Easy peasy? This would make a lovely dish for brunch or a holiday breakfast. Oh, and the leftovers are great too!
    Girls, even though this is a husband approved dish, I still loved it! A girl’s gotta eat, right?!
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    • Missy ~Cooking For Two

      WOW! This looks amazing! I love your photos as well – thank you!

    • Kiri W.

      That’s one out-of-the-box frittata! I love frittata, and why not with hashbrowns? I am intrigued!

      Great pictures as always :)

    • Liz @ Southern Charm

      YUM!!! This looks Ah-maze-ING

    • Tina

      This is the perfect one dish breakfast. After all, they normally take a separate place on my plate for breakfast, so why not combine for a frittata! Wish I had thought of it-very creative of you. It looks delicious. Have a great weekend.

    • Bev Weidner (Bev Cooks)

      i. need. this. now.

    • Lindselicious

      This is just the right amount of naughty but a little healthy for the weekend. =) Love the hashbrowns in there. YUM!