Turkey season is the best season I always say. Ok, I’ve never said that before until just now, but still! The only thing better than Thanksgiving dinner is the abundance of Thanksgiving leftovers you have.
That’s exactly what this leftover Thanksgiving stuffing frittata is all about – continuing the Thanksgiving feast into the next morning!
With a carton of Nellie’s Free Range Eggs, leftover stuffing, some sausage and bacon, this leftover thanksgiving frittata takes 10 minutes to prep, and another 20 minutes to cook. Super easy breakfast to come home to after all your black Friday shopping.
But if you ask me, I’ll be skipping the mayhem and devour this frittata instead!
I’m a huge fan of Nellie’s Free Range Eggs. Nellie’s farms are Certified Humane, meaning the hens are free to roam and play outside, and are fed with high-quality feed that is free of antibiotics and hormones.
Which makes this an easy choice of eggs to feed my family.
Your own family’s stuffing recipe will also determine how you dress up your leftover Thanksgiving stuffing frittata. I cooked breakfast sausage and bacon, as well as some extra bell peppers.
But you may already have sausage in your leftover stuffing, or maybe some other awesome veggies. I like to do a version of stuffing that has jalapeno in it, so this really is what makes this recipe so special. It will have your own touch to it.
No two leftover stuffing frittatas will be alike!
Be sure to check out the full recipe over at Nellie’s Free Range Eggs!