Kale and Carrot Frittata

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I served this at Asher’s 1st Birthday party as well. This is a quick and easy breakfast or lunch idea for babies and us.

I used baby kale for this. I find baby kale to be milder in taste and not as fibrous to chew- good for little teeth. Carrot adds a sweetness that babies can’t resist. This freezes well too so I like to have some in the freezer for those “I can’t believe it’s lunch time already!” moments.

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Baby food- are you in the camp of cooking fresh daily or freezing food? I’m the latter for sure. Although I have been experimenting and cooking family meals for everyone, there are some nights when we just want to have a curry, or sashimi which means Asher will have something from the freezer store. It takes the pressure off and at least I know he has a variety of food.

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Kale and Carrot Frittata (around 12 fingers)

6 eggs

100 grams of baby kale chopped finely

1 carrot grated

1 tsp of coconut flour

(Optional- handful of grated cheese and nutmeg)


Preheat Oven to 180C. Line slice tray with baking paper. Whisk eggs. Fold in vegetables and coconut flour. Bake slice for 20-25 minutes.

4 thoughts on “Kale and Carrot Frittata”

  1. I love this idea. Great for adults too. To think of it, baby food is supposed to be nutritious, that is why adults should have them as well.

    I also enjoy baby kale quite a lot. 🙂


  2. if i have all the time ( and baby ..LOL ) , i might cook daily for them but sometimes i think it’s just very tiring and difficult to cook very small portions too..and you are right abt taking the pressure off!


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