Bone Broth Protein Veggie Frittata Recipe

Total Time

28 minutes

Serves

6–8

Meal Type

,

Ingredients:

  • 1 scoop of protein powder made from bone broth (unflavored) mixed in 8 ounces water
  • 8 ounces of water
  • 1⁄2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1⁄2 red onion, diced
  • 1 cup small broccoli florets
  • 1 cup sliced mushrooms
  • 1⁄2 red pepper, diced
  • 8 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon minced fresh basil
  • 1⁄4 teaspoon crushed red pepper or chipotle flakes (optional)

Directions:

  1. In a large, all-metal sauté pan over medium-high heat, heat the bone broth, water and sea salt to a simmer.
  2. Add veggies and simmer for 8 minutes, uncovered. Reduce heat to low.
  3. Turn oven to low broil.
  4. In a medium bowl, whisk eggs, basil and optional pepper flakes together thoroughly.
  5. Add egg mixture to pan and stir to combine.
  6. Cover and cook on stovetop for 10–15 minutes. Broil, still covered, for 3–7 minutes, watching carefully, until eggs are set.

Do you need a new frittata recipe? Then it’s time to make this Protein Veggie Frittata, powered by bone broth. This isn’t your standard frittata. No, this egg-based dish is loaded with protein and fresh vegetables. I especially love adding broccoli for some extra green and cancer-preventing benefits. And I haven’t added it to the ingredients list, but grated cheddar cheese makes for a tasty addition as well.

Bone broth protein veggie frittata ingredients - Dr. AxeBest of all, this protein veggie frittata is so simple to make, but it looks super fancy, perfect for entertaining weekend guests. And it’s prepared in one pan — less dishes to wash!Let’s get cooking.

Start by heating an oven-proof, all-metal sauté pan over medium-high heat. Bring the bone broth and sea salt to a simmer. Add in the veggies and let it all simmer for 8 minutes uncovered. Reduce the heat to low.

Bone broth protein veggie frittata process - Dr. AxeIn the meantime, turn the oven to a low broil. While it heats, whisk the benefit-rich eggs, basil and red pepper flakes together. The fresh basil adds a ton of flavor to this protein veggie frittata, but if you don’t have the herb on hand, thyme works nicely as well. And though it’s optional, I love the extra “zing” the red pepper flakes add. When the eggs are whisked, add the mixture to the pan with the bone broth protein and stir to combine.

Cover the pan and cook on the stove for 10–15 minutes. Then transfer the pan to the oven, letting the frittata finish cooking. Keep your eyes on the eggs in this step; you want them to set, not burn. This will take anywhere from 3–7 minutes.

That’s it! This protein veggie frittata powered by bone broth is ready. I like garnishing it with some of the fresh herbs and serving with a side of avocado slices for extra healthy fats and nutrition.


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14 Comments

  1. Laura McSkeane on

    I have celiac and other auto immune disorders going on. I started making bone broth and using the collagen protein by dr axe. I can tell a difference after 2 weeks.

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  2. Amoy on

    God made all food and he said it was good , man have messed up our foods, think Monsanto ,If you don’t want to use bone broth , then make you veggie broth, if you believe eggs are bad then don’t use it, dr Axe gave us a recipe , just be creative and create one that suits you. It will be mad to please every one. All diseases are self inflicted today . That why the food manufactures are having a field day, use spinach, create your eggs if you don’t eat the creators eggs use chi seed make it eggy so veggie ,

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  3. Hindy Pearson on

    I know what you mean. I was excited to find this website today, but with this lack of basic knowledge about vegetarians and vegans, he’s lost his appeal.

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  4. Hindy Pearson on

    Thanks for the info, I’m going to check him out. I was impressed with this website, and I’m sure there is still lots of great info, but this is a huge faux pas as far as I’m concerned.

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    • leszek on

      HiMs Hindy.Dr John Bergman Chiropractor from California is Vegetarian .He and Dr Axe are the people I admire for what they are trying to get across our society that is time to change the bad habits that are promoted everywhere.

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  5. leszek on

    Hi .If Dr Axe or someone made this insignificant mistake with adding bone broth you can always change to incorporate something else in it some ingredients that you like and not assuming that this is not nutritionally inadequate to what you consider vegan or vegetarian and be happy again that you found good site to where you can learn from.

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  6. Christy on

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    • Sylv on

      Hello, yes I agree, this is one of the best websites for all sorts of issues. Easy to understand and thanks to Dr. Axe I am recovering from a life-threatening illness. His suggestions and tips have helped me and I recommmend this Website to all my friends.

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  7. Kim on

    What would you recommend in order to make this a suitable option for vegetarians? Would vegetable stock work instead of bone broth? If so, how much? Thanks!

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