Whether meaty or packed with veg, we've got great frittata recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Jamie says: "Frittatas are my go-to for a quick and easy lunch, and are great for picnics, too. Ripple the pesto through the egg mixture before cooking, then dollop extra over the top for a hit of summer flavour."
This quick frittata recipe is perfect when there's not much in the fridge. Crispy bacon, sweet leeks and tender potatoes are cooked with eggs and a generous amount of cheese for an easy dinner idea or weekend lunch - pack the leftovers into lunchboxes.
Channel all of the flavours of a classic tuna Niçoise salad with this easy frittata recipe, loaded with potatoes and colourful veg.
This pea and potato frittata mean works great warm with a salad or eaten cold for lunch the next day
Make a box of eggs the basis of your dinner with this wallet-friendly chorizo and spinach frittata recipe. Filled with tender potatoes and spicy chorizo and topped with melting cheese, this 30 minute meal is an easy recipe for lunch or dinner.
Make kids' lunchboxes more exciting and get them eating more veg with these frittata sandwiches, loaded with colourful courgette and juicy sweetcorn
Matteo’s go-to recipe is his vegetable frittata, which reminds him of a dish his mamma used to make back in Italy
Eggs aren't just for breakfast – this hearty frittata recipe with Cumberland sausages, tomatoes and spinach makes a great family dinner idea
Packed with tangy tomatoes, fresh garlic and sweet peas, frittata is a great way to add extra protein to your lunch, especially when spiced with a little chilli.
Step aside sandwiches – give your kids' packed lunches an exciting veggie makeover
Jamie says, "My frittata makes mushrooms the star of the dish. Not only do they add a whole load of flavour, but they have a deliciously meaty texture."
A tasty, cheesy frittata is the ideal recipe to pack up for a summer picnic or take outside for an alfresco lunch
Hot smoked salmon and cream cheese is a marriage made in brunch heaven. Rustle up this gorgeous frittata in less than half an hour for a healthy, hearty dish that is as perfect for lazy weekend mornings as it is for breakfast on the go.
Frittatas are the ultimate one-pan supper and a great way of using up leftover eggs and vegetables. This summery version, created by chef and author Jordan Bourke, is extra chunky and crammed with masses of roasted new potatoes, asparagus and spinach
Healthy snacks for kids don't get much more satisfying than this! Packed with hearty fusilli pasta, shelled peas, thick-cut ham and fresh eggs these simple baked frittatas are really easy to make and perfect for the kids to enjoy whilst out and about
These veg-packed muffins are ideal for popping into a lunchbox or taking to work for a healthy afternoon snack
A summery take on a classic omelette, this tasty frittata is packed with smoked haddock, onion and peas and served with the season’s finest Jersey royals.
This Italian take on an omelette is ready in just over half an hour and will surely satisfy everyone's stomachs
A classic grilled frittata that's perfect for light lunches and picnics. It's packed full of flavoursome goat's cheese and nutritious spinach and can be served warm from the pan or cold, with a salad
It couldn’t be easier for children from nine and 10 upwards to whip up a fantastic frittata with this fun recipe
Make a fluffly and delicious omelette with a twist - velvety spinach, sweet red peppers and creamy ricotta cheese
Make a batch of these tasty frittata bites filled with gorgeous smoked salmon and flavoursome cherry tomatoes, served with a dollop of buttery béarnaise sauce. This is a great dish to have as a starter or to share amongst your party guests.
Breakfast for dinner is one of life's great pleasures, and this frittata packs in all the best elements of a fry up: Sausages, tomatoes, mushrooms, and of course plenty of eggs. Finish the frittata under the grill to cook that top to perfection.
Enjoy the delicious surf and turf flavours of paella, but in frittata form. The piquant chorizo, juicy prawns, sweet peppers and spices are a natural flavour match with chicken. Serve with a simple green salad.
A frittata is a dish that can be whipped up in a flash even when you're completely knackered. Our leek, pea and pepper frittata adds a bit of pomp and circumstance to the occasion while still being easy to make. A quick and simple vegetarian meal.
This no fuss dish can be prepped and cooked in 10 minutes, making it a fab midweek supper. The creamy taste of brie adds to the dish, but feta or goat’s cheese work well too. Any leftovers can be served cold with salad the next day.
Making a tasty, filling frittata is a great way of using up eggs and veg, but this one has an exciting extra – sausages. What makes it even better is that works for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Serve with green salad.