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Lisa

Not that I'd ever want to offset the effects of a warm chocolate muffin breakfast.. but this frittata is gorgeous! I love Swiss Chard.. love it! love it! love it! We grow it in our garden, I guess you'd call it the "rainbow" variety as it's got gorgeous magenta and golden yellow stalks and the latest harvest is almost ready to be cut - guess what I'll be making? :D

Yes Festa! Yes! Yes! hehee

xoxox

Grainne

Frittata is goregous and so quick and easy to make. I have made this before but with goats cheese and its yum yum, must try it with swiss cheese. Although I should probably cut down on the amount of cheese I eat!!!

Laura

Hey Lis! I've only seen that beautiful magenta/yellow chard in photos you're so lucky to have it in your garden. Let me know what your favourite way of eating it is. I'll pop in a Festa link pronto!

Grainne: Remember the cheese is the protein so it's good for you! Glad you liked the chocolate/hazelnut cake it's a favourite in our house too.

Lydia

I have to admit that I don't eat chard, or many dark greens, as much as I should. But I do love frittatas in all forms, so this is one I will definitely try. I like using soft goat cheese in frittatas, too.

Susan from Food Blogga

I make frittatas all the time, and I agree that chard is a remarkably flavorful green and a nice change from spinach. I love the height of yours--it's making me so hungry! In fact, I haven't made one in a couple of weeks, and now I think I will. Thanks!

MyKitchenInHalfCups

Emmental, parmesan - I love how this whole right up give something like at least 20 different frittatas! And then make twice as much as you want so as to have leftovers. But frittatas are just made for that aren't they. Ahem, now about offsetting a chocolate muffin, that I'm not sure about.
Definitely good for Festa!

themoodfoodblog

This recipe is really nice makes me want to make it :)

Caroline@Bibliocook

Nice and simple and, most importantly, a way to use up the Swiss chard glut - thanks Laura!

Ivonne

Laura,

I can't believe I missed your post! What kind of a hostess am I?!

I adore swiss chard and it's one of the vegetables that we always plant in the garden. Thanks so much for bringing this lovely dish to the party!

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