I collaborated with Crate & Barrel to style a brunch with my girlfriends and make a healthy spiralized dish!
Since I could eat a frittata for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, I figured it was the perfect one to share – especially on a gorgeous pan like the one I used for this day.
And of course, my friends rarely say no to the question, “Want to come over to eat?”
Brunch is one of my favorite meals to entertain with. No one is ever in a rush – it’s the exact opposite. Brunch can become the only thing you do that whole day and you’ll consider it an eventful day!
Brunch is festive and a way to pack in two meals in one, which is… awesome.
For this collaboration with C&B, I made one of my favorite types of frittatas: with goat cheese and sweet potatoes. You cannot go wrong with that combination and this frittata is packed with flavor and protein. I love roasting sweet potatoes in the frittata, because the roasting brings out their sweetness and paired with the goat cheese, well, it’s an undeniably delicious combination.
My sister, one of her friends and my best friend Cassidy came over to join me for brunch. I had my favorite types of mimosas ready – grapefruit juice and champagne with raspberries. Adding fruit to mimosas is colorful and shows your guests that you care (because you took the time to pop a couple raspberries in their drink!)
I dream of the day when I have an apartment or home large enough to have a proper kitchen and a dining table. I’ll have place settings, matching serving ware, gorgeous flowers, and be able to work in the kitchen and serve in a separate room, instead of doing it all in one cramped space.
For now, it’s my kitchen island and the couch. #entrepreneurproblems #pleasebuymoreinspiralizers #kthanks
To grab the recipe for this frittata, head on over to the Crate & Barrel blog. Also, check it out to see my tips on how to throw a brunch!
And here’s a cute one of me and my younger sister, Felicia: