Do you often find that time is limited and you want a quick easy meal for all the family? I think this spinach and pea frittata is a great easy choice for everyone to enjoy.

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Why spinach is good for your health

Spinach is something I often add to recipes as it is full of iron and so good for you. I am often anaemic due to heavy monthly periods and being vegetarian. That said I have been much better and have not needed any iron tablets since I started increasing my green vegetables, particularly spinach. This spinach and pea frittata is a favourite of mine for a meal and also as a snack.

Spinach is very low in calories but high in many nutrients. An excellent source of vitamin c, vitamin a, vitamin k along with many others. It really is something of a superfood. With it shrinking a lot during cooking due to the high water content you can easily eat more than you realise and reportedly 100g raw of spinach contains 25 kcal and 2.8g of protein. Definitely something worth adding where you can to meals.

How to use spinach

Whilst some recipes call for spinach, like this one or this salad, others are easy to add spinach to without much change in taste. I regularly add these frozen blocks of spinach to things like stir fry, pasta dishes or any curries. Adding a few blocks rarely changes the taste and if little eyes notice and ask (which is unlikely) it could be passed off as “tasty herbs” if you don’t want to admit to there being spinach!

If you enjoy salad why not add some spinach leaves to your salad for extra nutrients? It is a great bed for something like sweetcorn frittata too.

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Spinach and pea frittata for weight loss

If you follow Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Noom or any other weight loss plan you can usually count the ingredients within this recipe in your allowances.

The nutrients in spinach and peas are so healthy and they are low in calories so it is definitely worth considering on your diet.

It is of course important to check yourself any plan you follow and remember all nutritional information and ingredients are found in the recipe card below.

More you may enjoy

If you like this then why not try my sweetcorn frittata recipe or spinach and mushroom frittata and perhaps make more egg-based meals?

I have lots of great tips on how to use eggs here.

This recipe is vegetarian and one of many vegetarian recipes on my site. Check them all out here including garlic mushroom and spinach pasta.

Have you made pea and coconut soup or mushy pea curry? Each is a great use for peas so why not give them a try!

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Have a good look around and see how I can help you achieve your weight loss goals. Request my free resources to get you started too!

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Spinach and pea frittata

Spinach and pea frittata recipe

  • Author: Jen Mellor
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25 MInutes
  • Total Time: 35 minutes
  • Yield: 4 Portions 1x
  • Category: Main Meal
  • Method: Hob and grill
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Diet: Low Calorie


A tasty frittata which can be thoroughly enjoyed by the whole family. Spinach is one of the main ingredients and so good for you too.



Low-calorie cooking spray

1 large red onion finely sliced

150g baby spinach leaves

120g frozen peas

6 large eggs

salt and pepper


Heat the low-calorie cooking spray in a large frying pan over a low heat.

Add the onion and cook gently for 8 minutes or until soft.

Stir in the spinach and peas and cook for a further 2 minutes.

Beat the eggs and some salt and pepper in a measuring jug and pour over the vegetables ensuring the vegetables are spread evenly.

Cook on a low heat for 8-10 minutes.

Meanwhile put the grill on high to preheat and move the frying pan to under the grill and cook for a further 3-4 minutes until the top is set and slightly coloured.

Serve hot or cold.

Keywords: Slimming World, Frittata, spinach recipe

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  1. Great suggestion for upping iron intake – something I need to do – a really tasty way too. Loved this spinach and pea combo. Thanks.

  2. This frittata recipe looks so yummy and healthy too! Thanks for sharing. I’d love to try it out.
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