Tuna feta pesto frittata
These tuna feta pesto frittata will make a delicious and very nutritious addition to any lunch box. They’re also a healthy choice for breakfast on toast, lunch with a salad or wrapped in flatbread or for dinner with steamed veggies. Tasty and easy make, frittatas are so very versatile.
Did you know: The Frittata is sometimes called the Italian version of an omelette. A Frittata is usually cooked in a skillet, browned on the bottom and then either flipped and browned or finished in an oven. The fillings can be endless possibilities. meat, cheese, vegetables, potatoes or pasta. A Frittata is most often a breakfast item in the United States but can be eaten for any meal, either hot or cold. Source: The kitchen Project
Sustained energy release
Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)
A classic to your week is right here! Safcol tuna in springwater, eggs and cheese all give you sustained energy release with their good sources of protein. All three of these ingredients also help your central nervous system and brain work well by providing choline. Also, B12 needed to make red blood cells and to keep your central nervous system working normally. For healthy thyroid function, you needed iodine and selenium which is also provided in all three ingredients.
Safcol tuna in springwater also provides an essential fat for healthy brain and heart as well as cholesterol levels called omega 3 fat. Omega 3 fat can also boast to have many anti-inflammatory effects. Both types of cheese will help keep your bones and teeth strong as sources of calcium. All the vegetables in this recipe will help your blood pressure stay in a normal range as they all provide potassium. The next time you are stuck for inspiration for breakfast why not give this delicious and nutritious frittata a try?