I’m not the person who is going to document what I’m making during all the steps. I did that for a while back in college and it’s just too much.
What I will continue doing is taking pictures of how things turned out after they are made!
These frittatas were inspired by nom nom paleo. I used bacon instead, which I am regretting. I love prosciutto, but was at Aldi and they didn’t have it. So in all honesty, I just take the wrapped bacon off before eating it. I really only enjoy crispy bacon. It’ll be eaten, just not with the frittata. This took me forever to make. And by forever, I mean like forty minutes, but that is a long time for me. Sara Bareilles kept me going though.
Right before I made those time-consuming frittatas, I made some sweet potato basil soup from paleOMG. It sat in my crockpot and then I grabbed my fancy hand mixer and blended it into an orange mess. Delicious mess. I liked it, but not a lot. It was certainly a pleasant experience, but I didn’t fall apart and many times I do fall apart inside when something tastes so delightful. Anyway, here’s a pic. Feel free to try it. It was fairly easy to prepare.
The end. Also, I don’t claim to be Paleo. Trust me, you should see the block of cheese I’m about to devour with some fancy red wine.