What to Do With All Those Veggies You Forgot About in Your Fridge

Here’s a big complaint I get from readers, friends, and clients:

At the end of the week I always find wasted vegetables in my fridge that I never did anything with.  It’s not worth buying all this fresh produce if I keep letting them go bad!

Do you ever do this?  Start off the week with the best intentions and end up with a week full of takeout and rotten vegetables?

Whelp, there’s something quick and easy you can do with them before they go bad.  Turn it into a light and satisfying dish that can be a great snack, breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

I like to call it “The Kitchen Sink Frittata” because you can put just about anything in it.  Click on the video to see the step-by-step recipe.

 

What do you like to do with your leftovers?  Share your ideas in the comments below!

Like this recipe?  It’s included in my new digital program, Go Feed Yourself , along with a Mix + Match Frittata formula for making dozens of delicious veggie-filled dishes.  Click here to check it out!

4 Comments

  • Brian Fink says:

    Heather – Awesome use of old veggies thanks !! My mom makes something similar, but also adds a bit of leftover pasta to the mix. Now about that leftover chicken … are you thinking curry ?

  • Throw them all in with some pastured eggs and you have a fancy frittata!

  • Heather, thanks for the reinforcement. Love those frittatas. People need to make sure that the pan they use is ovenproof. I used 12 eggs and a 1/2 cup of whole milk mixed into the egg mixture (used an electric hand-held immersion mixer). Also, sliced up fresh mozzarella and laid it on top of the egg mixture on the stovetop. Delish! Keep those good ideas coming.

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