Tomato Dill Frittata

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You guys. I’ve been half asleep all week. And constantly yawning. How do people live in states that have constant overcast and rain? I’ve loved it here in Colorado for the past few days, mostly because it makes me feel like I don’t have to actually get out of my pajamas, but that’s just it: I don’t get out of my pajamas. I work in the kitchen, but my hair looks disgusting. I have a side bun. Not a side hip pony tail, no, a bun. I need to get it together. Meaning I need the sun to come out. Thankfully I’m working on a couple cool projects for you guys, so I luckily can stay in my pajamas and get away with it. I’ve even HAD to have coffee every morning. I usually drink around 1/4 cup of coffee and now I drink the whole thing. Probably because I’m making mochas every morning, but that’s not the point. The point is I’m so slow moving that I have to drink a whole cup of mocha to be able to write this post. That’s why you’re JUST now reading this.

I’m the worst this week.

I feel like I have so much to update you on but I have no idea what it is. First, I got a stop light ticket. Damn you, Juli. Grow up. You’re not a 16 year old anymore. Secondly, I have more bruises on my legs than I knew possible. I don’t know where they even come from. Third, Jackson has chewed up every single one of his fluffy toys, that I’ve had to throw 3 away in one day. The other day we (meaning my bf) had to pull strings out of his butt because of a toy he tore the threads from. That’s how dogs die. And I don’t want mine to. I guess he’s acting like I did when I was little: I would tear all of the heads off my Barbie’s. I mean, I wouldn’t eat them, but I just would decapitate them. That’s totally normal, right?

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Just death everywhere. But look at that face…


He’s just so innocent. I swear I’ll find more to talk about later. Swear.


Tomato Dill Frittata

  • Yield: 4 1x


  • coconut oil to grease pan
  • 8 eggs, whisked
  • 4 tomatoes, diced
  • 2 tablespoons fresh dill, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons fresh chives, chopped
  • 1/2 cup crumbled goat cheese (optional)
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • salt and pepper, to taste


  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Grease a medium saucepan or cast iron skillet.
  2. Whisk together eggs in a large bowl, then add the rest of the ingredients and mix well.
  3. Pour ingredients into greased pan.
  4. Bake for 30-35 minutes or until cooked through in the middle.
  5. Garnish with extra dill and chives.

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.


21 thoughts on “Tomato Dill Frittata”

  1. Im so glad I found your blog. It really makes me smile ;-D I have a chocolate lab, so I know all about toys being streaded in no time. but your right. he is friggin cute!!

  2. My male pit mix is about 3. He misses that chew toys are for chewing and not ingesting. Even the “indestructible” and “for powerful chewers” toys get destroyed in mere minutes, from tug ropes to Nyla bones. I won’t tell you the things we’ve uncovered in his waste.
    I recommend getting frozen marrow bones (big enough that your baby can’t swallow them) from the grocery. Hours of chewing pleasure and no intestine-twisting threads!

  3. check out doggyloot-dot-com …it’ll save you on the cost of constantly buying toys for your destructo monkey boy =) I do their cheap sale toys and give them grass fed marrow bones from whole foods and bully sticks to chewing…..i also learned to only buy them the skinneez toys (the stuffing-free ones). They even have ones you can stick a water bottle in so they hear a sound, but can’t destroy the bottle or toy itself. I have a pit and husky and both are 50-lb MONSTERS!!!
    Jackson is such a flippin cutie!!!

  4. “Jackson has chewed up every single one of his fluffy toes, that I’ve had to throw 3 away in one day.” Don’t throw away his toes! haha

  5. Too funny. I just wrote in my blog post yesterday about how I woke up to fluffy animal carnage the other morning with legs and arms strewn about. What the hell do they do when we’re sleeping?

  6. Thanks for the recipe! I am actually craving this very thing, so I’m off to the store to buy the stuff to make it. I will probably throw in some mushrooms too, just because I love them.

    But before I jet I wanted to let you know that my little destructor of toys, enjoys a mid sized Elk antler. I have a mini-schnauzer. I buy one that has two marrow spots showing to peak his interest quickly and keep him with it. He LOVES them and they last a lot longer than any other chew toy that he has. 🙂

  7. Cute shoes! I’m really paranoid about traffic tickets in general and always think a cop is about to get me if I pass one. They will never be on my side.

    This looks so good and I’m pretty sure goat cheese works for me so I will try. I actually have a frittata in the oven right now with shredded beef and chivey potatoes. I love chives and I love frittatas!

  8. I had 2 golden retriever puppies who shredded all of their stuffed animals, so after buying the pricey toys, my husband and I would go to yard sales and get stuffed animals for a $0.25, they had no problem shredding the yard sale toys 🙂

  9. I’m just transitioning to the paleo lifestyle. I really appreciate your blog. I’m looking forward to trying your recipes.

    I’ve had to pull things out of my dogs butt too. Have a better weekend:)

  10. On dark rainy days and in the winter I use/have a happy light. I swear they work. I wake up at 5 am to teach at 7 so and in the winter I use it mid day for about 30 min. Better than coffee, and I love coffee 🙂

  11. Wow, this recipe looks amazing, can’t wait to give it a try! I’ll definitely check out your cookbook as well. My clients are always asking for recipe ideas for better energy, so I was excited to find your site 🙂 And I’ll be sure to use the h/t on insta when I try them for myself! I was invited to a free breakfast challenge next week, so it’s very timely. Super human breakfast + mind-body support vids, you’d probably really like it, so feel free to join!
    I signed up for your mailing list & much looking forward to your brilliant recipes! Super cute dog btw! 🙂

  12. This recipe looks incredible and I look forward to trying it out on my husband! I will also try adding radicchio as it is a superfood that is full of antioxidants, Vitamins B6, B5, B1, B3 and Folic Acid and much more. I am trying to sneak it into more of the meals I give to my family and this would be perfect. The goat cheese is the perfect cover. 😉

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