An easy way to get rid of leftovers and have a yummy and nutritious meal is to make a frittata. A while back, I was all about the quiche, but I would either have to make a pie shell or have one on hand. I've found the frittata to be an easier/quicker alternative and it's just as delicious - if not more so.
In our house, we call it egg cake so R will eat it. It was the first egg dish/item that I could get him to eat.
My normal "recipe" is eggs (duh), milk or cream, sauteed red bell peppers and onions, bacon, breakfast sausage, broccoli and cheese, but you can use whatever you want!
Start by cooking your sausage and bacon and breaking into small chunks. I really like to bake the bacon. Weird I know, but it is so much cleaner and easier and makes the bacon perfectly crispy every time.
Saute your sliced/diced peppers and onions in butter or olive oil.
In the meantime, whisk together eggs (I like to use a few whole eggs and the rest egg whites) and your cream or milk and season with salt and pepper. Sometimes I get wild and crazy and put a dash of garlic powder in, or parsley. (I'm daring, I know.)
When your veggies are nice and cooked through, add the meat and broccoli and cheese. Then add the eggs.
Try not to disturb the eggs now - let the bottom start to set. After about 10 minutes or so, place your pan in a preheated oven to finish cooking. (375*)
(If you don't have an already oven safe frying pan, you can wrap the handle in aluminum foil to make your pan oven safe.)
The eggs will puff up and finish cooking through in about 5-10 more minutes.
Remove from oven and let it sit for maybe 5 more minutes to let it all settle. Then flip onto a serving plate.
The bottom (now the top) will be all golden brown and caramelly looking.
Serve wedges of egg cake with toast, or croissants, fresh fruit, mimosas, etc. I actually use this meal for dinner pretty regularly because it's a nice way to get (sneak more) veggies into R-ster and EMX.
Anything Goes Frittata / Egg Cake
8 eggs (whole or combination of whole eggs and egg whites)
1/4 cup milk
Assorted veggies and meats
Salt/pepper to taste
Seasoning of your choice (pinch) ie garlic powder, parsley, etc.
Saute vegetables and meats until cooked through in a frying pan. Add cheese. Whisk together eggs and milk and pour into frying pan. Cook until bottom starts to set. Finish cooking through in a 375* oven for about 5-10 minutes.
Remove from oven and let the frittata rest in the pan for 5 minutes. Flip onto serving plate and cut into wedges for serving.