Heart-Shaped Frittatas

Heart Shaped Frittatas - Ready To Serve

Heart-Shaped Frittatas Recipe

Are you looking for a romantic way to celebrate your Valentine’s Day, anniversary, or another special occasion? Why not whip up a batch of these Heart-Shaped Frittatas for that special person in your life – or your entire family!

A Frittata is an egg-based Italian dish that tastes similar to a quiche without the crust. It is a perfect dish for incorporating your favorite meats, cheeses and vegetables. You can customize it based on the ingredients you have on hand – or the taste preferences of you and your family!

Need a set of heart-shaped pans? I created my Heart-Shaped Frittatas in these awesome pans – complete with removable bottoms – from Wholeport.


10 Eggs
1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream
1 ½ Cups Cheese (We Used A Blend of Swiss, Mozzarella, Cheddar, Monterey Jack and Asadero Cheese)
1 to 1 ½ Cups Diced Ham
½ Cup Diced Red Pepper
1 Teaspoon Black Pepper
2 Teaspoons Garlic Powder
2 Teaspoons Granulated Onions
½ Teaspoons Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
1 Slice Fresh Mozzarella Cheese Per Frittata


1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Butter 6 heart-shaped tart pans.

Butter The Pans

3. In the bowl of a stand mixer equipped with the whisk attachment, whip together the following ingredients: the eggs, the whipping cream, and all of the seasonings.

4. Reduce the mixer speed to low.

5. Add the cheese, ham, and 1/3 cup of the red peppers. Mix until completely combined.

6. Place the buttered tart pans onto a baking sheet and gently ladle the egg mixture into the buttered tart pans. Be careful! Since the bottoms of the tart pans are removable, you may experience some liquid seeping through the bottom of the pans, so you will want to keep everything as stationary as possible.

7. Gently place 1 slice of fresh mozzarella in the center of each tart pan on top of the egg mixture.

8. Sprinkle the remainder of the red peppers on top of the mozzarella.

Frittatas Before Baking

9. Bake for 20-25 minutes until golden brown.

10. Remove the baking pan from the oven and let it cool for 10 minutes before removing the individual frittatas from the tart pans. If needed, loosen the frittatas with a knife. Use a spatula to separate the frittatas from the removable bottoms.

Frittatas Hot Out Of The Oven

11. Serve and garnish as desired.

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109 Responses to “Heart-Shaped Frittatas”

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  1. Melissa @ My Recent Favorite books
    Twitter: RecentBooks

    I love these! They are perfect for Valentines Day or a dinner with your special someone!

  2. Crystelle says:

    I might have to make these for Valentines day…. I don’t think I v=have any heart-shaped pans, but I’ll think of something….
    Happy Valentine’s Day 🙂
    hugs x, Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

  3. Pam@over50feeling40
    Twitter: over50feeling40

    Looks delicious and easy…I like easy! Thanks for sharing on the Thursday Blog Hop!

  4. Mystery Case
    Twitter: msmysterycase

    I’m going to try these. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Hi your breakfast frittatas look so pretty and I bet are delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe and I pinned it. Happy Valentine’s Day.
    Julie at Julie’s Lifestyle

  6. XmasDolly
    Twitter: Xmasdolly

    Hello my friend, and HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! I was looking for your Friendly Friday and I don’t see it. I hope everything is okay, and want you to know you are missed. I have a Recipe day too and it’s today I hope you don’t mind, but I’m entering this link on my linky so everyone can come see your wonderful heart recipe! Wow this is the best and I definitely have to try this one. I sure hubby will love it. Have a wonderful weekend & please let me know you’re okay! HUGS

  7. How creative. Love a good frittata – and you’ve got such great plating skills. #SITSBlogging

  8. These look delicious and easy. Thanks for sharing with my Small Victories Sunday linkup!

  9. Sarah Fuller says:

    I think these frittatas would put a smile on a loved one’s face most any day. So nice!

  10. Mrs. AOK says:

    Yummy! What a cute way to serve up breakfast.
    Thanks for sharing via Mommy Monday.

  11. Miz Helen says:

    Hi Romana,
    Your Heart Shaped Frittatas are so special and just perfect for a Valentine Breakfast or Brunch. I can’t wait to try this recipe it looks delicious! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope you have a great week!
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  12. Betty Taylor says:

    What a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Thanks for sharing with us at the Four Seasons Blog Hop. I am pinning this to my Valentine’s board for next year.

  13. Carmen says:

    What a cute way to show love on a plate. We all know food is the way to a man’s heart. Great recipe that can be easily altered for food allergies.

  14. Sarah Arrow says:

    I love the look of these and they seem so simple to make! How come I’ve never come across fritattas before? I love the pans as well, I can see them being used for cakes as well as fritatta.

  15. Margarita @ West Coast Mama says:

    Well that’s very cute! I don’t have heart-shaped molds but I’m sure I could just cut them into the shape of a heart!

  16. Love this! Pinned it for later!

  17. Jodi B says:

    Beautiful breakfast. Your presentation gets an A+ and I will definitely try the recipe.

  18. Oh these are lovely and look so good! A recipe worthy of pinning to be sure!

  19. Yona says:

    Oh wow…this looks really tasty, and I love the fact that they are in the shape of a heart.

    My Dad got me hooked on frittatas, and I sometimes order them from diner-type eateries. I love when they are loaded with veggies and meat.

  20. Angie Astry says:

    Omg yum!! I so want to make these! I’ll definitely be saving this!!

  21. I would love to be served breakfast with so much love! I always need my husband should be a cook, need to look more into this goal ha ha ha

  22. Lisa says:

    Frittatas have never been my specialty, but I do enjoy cooking. I’m a Pampered Chef consultant, so that sure helps, but then add to that a blogger who talks about food too!

    I might just give this recipe a try!

  23. Angie says:

    Totally cool – I love it!
    Thanks for sharing with us on the Wake Up Wednesday blog hop.

  24. Sasha says:

    Those turned out so pretty! I love those heart-shaped pans too- there are so many neat things you could do with those!

  25. Diana Marie says:

    Such a cute idea! Love trying new things with my cooking.

  26. These sound yummy. I liked that you explained what a frittata is because I really had no idea. I’m pinning this recipe for later, but I will make round ones instead.

  27. erica says:

    wow this sounds good and pretty easy.

    We Three Crabs

  28. Shaleen says:

    Hmm.. k.. I dont know as much about cooking as I know about eating. But il refer this post to my girlfriend so that she could cook a romantic meal for me.

  29. Brittany says:

    Those are seriously adorable! I don’t have heart shaped pans, though, so I usually make heart-shaped pancakes for a delicious V-Day breakfast.

  30. April says:

    Mmm, those look so good! I wish I saw these before now. I think I will surprise my husband with them anyway. Great post!

  31. These are adorable, too bad I did not find them in time for Valentines Day. Thanks for sharing.

  32. Becky says:

    These look amazing! I bet they’d be delicious even if they weren’t heart shaped!

  33. Miz Helen says:

    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Have a great weekend and enjoy your new Red Plate!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  34. Thanks for sharing this delicious sounding recipe! I’ve been wanting to try making a frittata for some time now, ever since I saw Fabio from Top Chef make one on YouTube. They look so simple and refreshing.

  35. What a cute idea! I love it! I will try this for my daughter one day!

  36. Lisa says:

    Love these! I love the end result of how cute these look on the plate with the rest of the fixings! I’m all for recipes homemade with love-which makes these perfect! I’ll be adding this to my recipe collection!

  37. Jessica says:

    I’m going to have to try this. I think my family would love them. I’m always looking for new “breakfast for dinner” ideas because that seems to be the favorite in our house.

  38. Yum! These look delicious and also so cute!

  39. Ana says:

    This really looks delicious and so pretty! I didn’t realize how creative you can get with frittata dishes. I need to make more of these and sneak veggies in for the little one!

  40. Alice Barton says:

    this is so simple yet cute!! I think I might try these on sunday for brunch! Thanks fos sharing! x

  41. Jennifer S. says:

    We enjoy eggs in our house. We’re going to have to try this recipe. I’ve pinned this recipe so I won’t forget it. 🙂

  42. Stacie says:

    Now this looks delicious. Who knew Frittatas were so easy to make!

  43. Sheena says:

    These look super yummy! I’m recently gluten free and these look like a great option. I think I may make several in muffin tins and save them for quick breakfasts!

  44. This pictures is making me so hungry! I love those pans!

  45. Natalie says:

    Frittata is on my favorite breakfast food list! I LOVE the heart molds, and thank you for the site to purchase them. The fruit and sausages on the plate beside this yummy treat are so artfully placed. Food should taste good and be beautiful. Thank you for the recipe!

  46. Natasha says:

    Sweet! That is a yummy recipe! I have made heart shaped scones and heart-shaped pancakes before, but never a frittata. What a great idea! Thanks!


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