Kale goat cheese tomato frittata

I am on a kale mission lately. I think I have been adding kale to anything recipe possible and this kale goat cheese tomato frittata is an example. We loved this combination and my husband couldn’t get enough.

kale goat cheese tomato frittata

I am going to try to start posting a little bit more often. I just finished summer school, that was super crazy to say the least, and I didn’t had much time to devote to cooking, baking and recipe development. Starting from today that is going to change!

Anyhow, for this frittata I actually did a combination or regular eggs and egg whites. I didn’t want to saturate the frittata by using just whole eggs because of the cholesterol. Don’t get me wrong, no one in my family has high cholesterol and I truly love whole eggs but when a recipe calls for 10 or 12 whole eggs, well I have to device some adjustments.

The egg whites worked perfectly.

I normally start cooking my frittata on the stove top but this time, because of time constraints, I just baked it in the oven and oh boy, the kale goat cheese frittata turned out perfectly. I think this simpler method is going to be the preferred cooking method of choice from now when making frittatas.

I also used my cast iron skillet, which I love. I just made sure I greased it well enough and then added a couple of tablespoons to my frittata mixture so I didn’t have any problems with the frittata sticking to the pan. This kale goat cheese frittata is sort of unique with the flavors. The combinations are endless so if you don’t like goat cheese, or prefer other type of veggie instead of kale you can totally do that. Anything goes!

Well I leave you with this super easy and tasty recipe so that I can get back in the kitchen and cook and bake some more!


kale goat cheese tomato frittata

Here you can see the frittata right before being baked in the oven at 425F. It was super simple to put together and extremely delicious. You can actually use any mixing of your choice!

kale goat cheese tomato frittata


Kale goat cheese tomato frittata

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8 slices

Total Time: 35 minutes


  • 32 ounces egg whites
  • 4 whole organic eggs
  • 5 oz goat cheese
  • 2 tomatoes, quartered
  • 2 cups fresh kale
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp ground pepper
  • 1/2 tsp celtic salt, or Himalayan salt
  • Fresh cilantro, optional


Preheat your oven to 425F.

Grease your 12 inch cast iron skillet, or any other skillet with 1 tsp of olive oil set aside.

In a large mixing bowl add all the ingredients except the tomatoes, goat cheese and kale. With a wire whisk combine the ingredients. Place the mixture in the cast iron and arrange the kale, tomatoes followed by the goat cheese over the egg mixture.

Bake in your preheated oven for 25-30 minutes. Sprinkle some cilantro if desired and serve while it is still hot with some whole grain bread.

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  1. I’ve always loved kale and am always looking for new yummy recipes to put it in! This looks fantastic, thanks so much for sharing! OX

  2. I love kale! So the more, the merrier!
    This looks wholesome!

  3. Adding kale to everything sounds good to me! I love this vibrant frittata!

  4. I just love all your recipe, so I am so happy you will post more often ;-)
    I also start cooking my frittata on the stove top and then I put in the oven. But you give a good idea. I also do a combination of egg and egg white for my frittatas! I think it is better and make the recipe lighter. Your looks awesome ;-)

  5. i love frittata and this version with goat cheese and tomatoes look so delicious..

  6. The tomatoes attract me, so nice and delicious.

  7. It seems delicious. Maybe I can have a try. Thanks, Miryam!

  8. I am loving this! So healthy, fresh. But with all the good stuff in it!

  9. I’m enamored of this frittata. While it’s not so easy to find great tomatoes in winter, there sure is enough kale around. So maybe I’ll do it with really good canned tomatoes (Muir Glen perhaps.)

  10. This is so bright and colorful! I can’t wait to try it!

  11. I like how you lightened it up with the egg whites but still left a few whole eggs for color and richness. Now all I need is some toast and hot sauce!

  12. A friend just got me a frittata pan… this recipe will be the first in it, cannot wait. Looks delicious! Found your site from the Social Promotion for Food Bloggers group, so glad I did. You have a beautiful site and amazing recipes!

  13. I love kale too and would add it to anything! It looks delicious in this frittata! I want to make this for breakfast tomorrow!

  14. Just made it for the kids breakfast and it’s a hit!! Loved it.

  15. I would not put ingredients in a cold cast iron skillet. But, the recipe sounds delicious.

  16. Great blog! I appreciate the efforts you made when writing this article. I hope the best work from you in the future is good. I want to thank you for this site! Thank you for sharing.

  17. I am so happy to read this. This is the kind of manual that needs to be given and not the random misinformation that’s at the other blogs.

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