egg frittatas with sausage and veggies

let’s talk about that time i walked into a glass door while walking into a client meeting. and the client was sitting there. staring. with my whole team. probably in horror, but i couldn’t tell because i had just walked into a glass door.

i wanted to melt into the floor/jump out the window. but they don’t open. more fantastic luck.  IMG_4219 or when i told my manager on tuesday that i’d been working on a “deck” all night but, i replaced the “e” in deck with “i”. and then the whole team found out. sorry mom.

or when i tripped on the treadmill and nearly face planted into the belt on monday.

or i asked a guy who lives in ORLANDO if he lived right next to the beach. ummmm. orlando is inland.

was there a full moon this week?

IMG_4243 seriously you guys, i could not stop embarrassing myself. i know i have bad luck, but this is something else. i could list out several more things i did.

i knocked on the wrong apartment door. i spilled quinoa all over my floor. i look like a drug addict from getting my blood drawn the other day because i got – that’s right, the brand NEW technician.

get the picture? well, ya should have. it would’ve been priceless.

IMG_4245 it was a lesson in being able to laugh at yourself and thanking everything to the moon that people laugh with me. and they don’t fire me for walking into doors, or hate me because i’ve interrupted their evening thinking i was knocking obnoxiously on a friends door.  ok, fine – they were laughing at me – but i can’t even blame them. i ran into a door, for pete’s sake.

i just stopped writing this  and went to the laundry room and attempted to use three washers. they were all broken. then my laundry card fell in between the washers.

now i have an email from my manager to finish a project by 10 am.

this bad luck/embarrassing happenings is outta control. maybe i’m a little burnt out. then again, who isn’t?  the other day my coworker asked me if i was ok because of “the dark circles” under my eyes. THANKS. my coworker today told me that we had a conversation about something yesterday and i don’t remember. yes, i was sober. although fairishness question.

which actually – hold please, need wine. what? I WALKED INTO A DOOR.

IMG_4251 let’s talk about something delicious.

egg frittatas. they’re so freaking cute. i mean – perfect for a bridal shower or easter brunch, they’re so simple to make and easy to serve. plus – you can add/remove anything and make it your own. it’s a good brunch when you just have a bunch of leftover veggies.

add the bob evans sausage – it’s the bomb.com. we know i love my sausage. get your mind outta the gutter.

although if you want meatless, i just swap out sausage for sautéed mushrooms. still scrumptious diddlydumptious.

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egg frittatas with sausage and parlsey
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Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/4 cup fat free milk
  • 2 tbl parsley, chopped
  • 1/8 cup green pepper, chopped
  • 1/8 cup red pepper, chopped
  • 1/4 cup mild italian sausage, cooked and chopped (do bob evans. do it.)
  • cooking spray
  • salt and pepper
  • cheese (optional)
Instructions
  1. preheat oven to 375.
  2. add sausage to skillet, cooked until done. about 10 minutes.
  3. add eggs and milk to bowl, whisk until well-combined.
  4. add red pepper, black pepper, parsley and season with salt and pepper. stir.
  5. once sausage is cooked, chop and add to egg mixture
  6. spray muffin pan with cooking spray.
  7. fill about 3/4 of each muffin slot with egg mixture.
  8. pop in oven for about 10 minutes.
  9. bon appétit!

 

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