Be Our Guest: Morgan from Prosecco and Projects

In the 4th installment of our “Be Our Guest” series, I’d love to introduce Morgan from Prosecco and Projects. Her spectacular website is full of different DIY, food, beauty articles and so much more. Definitely worth checking out! Also her Instagram account is filled with amazing ideas and great photos.

There are two types of people in this world. Those who love eggs and those who hate them. I used to be the later. I thought they were so gross until I realized that they are the perfect healthy vehicle for other foods. Like avocado! Now I am obsessed!
I am doing Whole30 this month for the 3rd time and something I have learned is that eggs are your bff on this program! When doing W30 you will find yourself putting eggs on everything. They are just such a quick source of protein and they keep you feeling full.
The thing that I love about these mini frittatas is that they are perfect for on the go. They are the size of a muffin so they are the perfect size to just toss in a ziplock and go. I make a batch of these every Sunday and they last for a few days. They are so hearty and delicious on their own or great with avo (duh!) and hot sauce! Another bonus is that there is no dairy in this recipe, but they are so savory you don’t even miss it!

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Sweet potatoes and ham are a power couple in the food world. This combo is seriously perfection. The sweet from the potato and the salty flavor from the ham are a match made in heaven. I don’t think I need to do any further convincing so on to the recipe!

Mini Sweet Potato and Ham Frittata
1 Sweet Potato
1 Cup of Ham
8 eggs
Salt and Pepper
Cut sweet potatoes and ham into small cubes. Cook the sweet potatoes in a pan on the stove top with a bit of ghee until slightly soft. While the sweet potatoes are cooking pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees. Whip up eggs in a glass container with a spout (this makes pouring easy). Spray a muffin tin with coconut oil or ghee spray. Pour eggs evenly in muffin tins about 2/3 full. Add a spoonful of each the potatoes and ham. Sprinkle each one with salt and pepper. Bake until eggs are completely set. About 20 min.
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How easy was that! Now you have breakfast for the next few days. I also feel like this would be a great family recipe because you aren’t limited to mix ins. You could make a bunch of different things and then let everyone choose what they want in theirs! Go crazy!
xx, Prosecco and Projects

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