This Kitchen Sink Frittata makes a quick and easy breakfast that will use up all your leftovers — everything except the kitchen sink. It can be eaten for breakfast, or you could even make it for lunch or dinner. Best of all, it takes under 25 minutes to cook.
It took me a while but I finally perfected a fabulous grain-free cracker that I like just as much as my sprouted flour crackers.
If you’re on a grain-free diet, these crackers are a great snack to keep on hand, or you can eat them for lunch or with a soup or salad for dinner. I love them topped with wild salmon roe, egg salad, liverwurst, or grass-fed cheese.