Seasonal Vegetable Frittata

Eating well is important for everyone, but it is essential for people living with, through and beyond cancer, which is why we have created a series of cooking tutorials to make cooking a fun and enjoyable experience! Each month we will be launching a new video on our various social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube), so be sure to go follow us.

In our first video, we are cooking seasonal vegetable frittatas. We chose broccoli as one of the main ingredients of this dish because it is packed with folate, potassium, magnesium, and fiber. According to recent research, broccoli can help block a defective gene that is associated with tumor growth. One cup of raw broccoli will also provide 135% of the suggested Vitamin C intake for the day.

We hope you enjoy this delicious recipe and the ones to come as we do! To register for our next Cooking for Wellness program, click here.

Enjoy!

One Response to “Seasonal Vegetable Frittata”

  1. Get creative with your eggs and serve this alternative omelette filled with a selection of cheese, meat, herbs and vegetables, then bake in the oven until light and fluffy- it can be enjoyed both hot and cold, too.

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