Personal-Sized Stovetop Tomato Frittata


A personal-sized tomato frittata ready in minutes and made with less than 10  ingredients! 🙂

I am LOVING that tomato season is longer than usual this year! I can’t get enough of the deliciousness and abundance of farm fresh tomatoes. To embrace these last number of tomato harvests, I decided to craft up a single serve tomato frittata! This recipe is SUPER easy to make and uses just a small stovetop pan with lid to cook up. Even though it’s only a handful of  ingredients, the final result is packed with flavor from the fresh tomato, scallion cream cheese, and fresh basil I used. It’s definitely a treat and hands down a great way to start your day! This recipe is also ideal for lunch or as a light dinner. I’d like to thank Taproot Farm for the delicious organic tomato used in this recipe. I hope you all enjoy this tasty breakfast recipe as much as I have – enjoy! 🙂

Makes 1 Serving

Recipe by © Alysha Melnyk 2018


Kitchen Tools:

Small Sauté Pan with Lid (Mine is an 8 inch pan)

Mixing Bowl


Measuring Spoons


1 Teaspoon Olive Oil

2 Large Eggs

2 Tablespoons Whole Milk

3 Tomato Slices

1 Tablespoon Scallion Cream Cheese

Optional for Topping: Fresh basil, everything bagel seasoning and black pepper

CSA spaghettisquash


  1. First, pour your olive oil into the sauté pan and gently swirl to coat the base of the pan.
  2. Next, whisk eggs and milk together until combined. Pour this mixture into your pan and top with fresh tomato slices.
  3. After this, place small hunks of cream cheese throughout the different sections of the egg mixture.
  4. Cover everything with a lid and cook on medium/medium high heat until everything is cooked through and set (this took me a little less than ten minutes).
  5. Use a spatula to gently push the frittata out of the pan and onto your serving plate.
  6. Top with fresh torn basil, everything bagel seasoning and black pepper if desired.
  7. Enjoy! 🙂