Loaded Baked Potato Frittata

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Baked Frittata – this loaded baked frittata is just like a loaded baked potato. Filled with potatoes, cheese, bacon, and green onions, this baked frittata recipe will easily become a family favorite!

baked frittata recipe that tastes like a loaded baked potato

Baked Frittata Recipe Perfect For Brunch

Easter is right around the corner and Josh created a Loaded Baked Potato Frittata that he insists you all make for Easter brunch. This frittata is just like a loaded baked potato but in frittata form. The frittata is filled with potatoes, cheese, bacon, and green onions. He also topped it off with a dollop of sour cream.

The bacon part sold you, huh? Bacon is not my cup of tea, but my boys love it. Caleb loves when daddy shares his precious bacon.

baked frittata in cast iron pan

A Baked Potato Frittata? Yes, Please.

Josh loves a loaded baked potato. He says that is the only way to do it if it’s going to be a meal. He doesn’t want a wimpy baked potato. I love baked potatoes with cottage cheese and salsa. He thinks I am crazy. He won’t even try my kind of tater. He doesn’t know what he’s missing!

So when Josh suggested a Loaded Baked Potato Frittata, I cleared the kitchen and let him go to town. There is definitely nothing wimpy about this frittata. It is hearty, cheesy, and a crowd pleaser.

potato frittata out of the oven in pan

Loaded Baked Potato Frittata Slice on plate

Best Frittata Recipe

Josh left the skins on the potatoes because he wanted a rustic baked frittata, but if the potato skins bug you, go ahead and get out your peeler. Look at the big chunks of potatoes! Spud heaven! And don’t forget about the bacon in there. And there is cheese in the frittata AND on top! Josh wasn’t messing around! This really is the best Frittata recipe!

This Loaded Baked Potato Frittata is easy to make and won’t leave you hungry. Make a baked frittata for Easter brunch to share with your family and friends. And if you aren’t having brunch, no worries, this frittata also makes a killer dinner. You can’t go wrong with this recipe any time of the day!

Potato Frittata slice with sour cream and onions on top

baked frittata recipe that tastes like a loaded baked potato!

Loaded Baked Potato Frittata

This frittata is loaded with potatoes and all of your favorite baked potato toppings!
4.70 from 10 votes


  • 4 tablespoons olive oil
  • 4 small russet potatoes washed and chopped
  • 2 green onions chopped
  • 8 large eggs
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 1/4 cup green onion chopped
  • 5 strips cooked bacon chopped
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 cup Cheddar cheese
  • Sour cream for serving


  • 1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  • 2. Heat oil in a large skillet and cook the potatoes until tender, about 5 minutes. Add in the 2 tablespoons of green onion. Set aside.
  • 3. In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together eggs and milk. Stir in the ¼ cup green onion, bacon, potatoes, and ½ cup cheese. Season with salt and pepper.
  • 4. Pour mixture into a greased 10-inch skillet. Put the skillet on the stove and cook over medium heat until the mixture is half set, do not stir. You just want the frittata to set up. Put the skillet in the oven and bake for 12 minutes. Carefully remove the skillet from the oven and top with remaining cheese. Put the skillet back in the oven and bake until cheese is melted, about 2-3 minutes.
  • 5. Remove from oven and let cool for a few minutes. Cut and serve warm.

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  1. Frittatas are my absolute favorite thing to make – it gives me a chance to use up all those lingering veggies! Oh and the loaded potatoes and bacon is surely a winning combo in this!

    1. I loved the idea of baked potatos. I made this but used carmelized onions, asparagus and sauteed mushrooms and left out the bacon. Can’t wait to cut into it.

  2. I love making fritattas for dinner..my husband loves eggs (and potatoes) and any way I can work those 2 items in, he’s super happy 🙂

    Love that antique fork in your pics, too!

  3. I love frittatas!!! I haven’t made one in a while. Yours looks heavenly!!

  4. Perfect for a rushed weeknight supper. Great idea! I’d have to sub chives for the scallions since I ALWAYS forget to buy them but have a container of chives growing outside.

    Now, to share with our CSA customers. They’re gonna love this one!

  5. I love frittatas! This one looks delicious even though I’m probably the only person that doesn’t like bacon haha!! I always eat mine with tomato ketchup 🙂

  6. This looks delicious and easy enough to make for a weeknight dinner! Thanks for posting.

  7. Pinned to my Easter Brunch board. I just love this flavor combo! And I don’t peel my potatoes either. 🙂

  8. This looks so delicious! One of my absolute favorite parts about Easter brunch is the frittatas and egg bakes! YUM!

  9. I love everything about this frittata. And my husband will, too, when I make it for him next weekend 🙂

  10. frittatas are the best! they’re so versatile & so scrumptious! i love all the ingredients in yours especially the potatoes!

  11. I can’t believe your not a big bacon fan. I can’t seem to get enough of it. This potato frittata is right up my alley.

  12. Oh good grief, we love frittatas. Bacon, potatoes, eggs, cheese… Its like a match made in heaven! This one looks fabulous!

  13. Oh boy, I would love this frittata. I bet the potato sticks with you longer thanks to the eggs. Thank you for the link love, Maria! xo

  14. Yum, yum, yum! I love frittatas and loaded baked potatoes, so this is a match made in heaven!! Pinned and making it very soon! 😀

  15. It looks great. Do you start with raw potatoes? I usually cook my potatoes first when adding them to dishes like this. Just wondering.

  16. That looks so yummy! I’m a huge fan of combining eggs and vegetables, so I think the family would love this.

  17. I have never made a frittata. This one looks scrumptious. I have got to try making one.

  18. Can I come to your house for breakfast =)! Breakfast foods are some of my favorites and I love making them for dinner. This looks awesome! I love loaded baked potatoes and this is simply genius.

  19. wow does this ever look amazing. potatoes and egg dishes are so good for breakfast or anytime. love how it’s made in, and baked in one skillet.

  20. When you partially cook on the stove, do you stir or just let it sit over the stove and NOT stir? That’s the only part I’m confused about. Looks delicious and I’m pinning to make later!!

    1. No, do not stir the frittata. You just want it to set up before putting it in the oven. I updated the recipe. I hope it is more clear!

  21. I had all ingredients at home and I made thus frittata on Tuesday. Hubby and I both loved it so much! Thank you for sharing the recipe

  22. I baked the potatoes before frying them because I find that makes them extra crispy. I am all about the crisp. I substituted purple onion and leeks for green onions because that is what I had. I caramelized them first before adding them into the mix. It was a loaded frittata, enjoyed by all. Thanks for the great recipe.

  23. I saw this post the other day and was inspired to pull out my cast iron skillet and make my own frittata with some leftover chorizo and sweet potatoes that I had in my fridge. It turned out great! Thanks for the inspiration and for reminding me how GREAT a cast iron skillet is!! 🙂

  24. Made this this morning and is very yummy. However be warned that potatoes cannot be cooked in a skillet in 5 minutes. I cooked mine for over then 10 min and they were starting to burn before they got tender in the inside. I had to boil mine first then fry them in the skillet. And I cut them in small cubes as it appeared in the pictures…

  25. You have the most tempting recipes. I have selected a number of them to make. Yummy describes this blog.

  26. Thanks for the post! I made this for dinner tonight with a salad…kids ate it up quick! I will certainly make this again 🙂 Thanks!

  27. I made the loaded baked potato frittata yesterday for brunch and everyone raved about how good it was. I love a great frittata.

  28. this sounds great for my womens bible study but can I cook this in a pyrex baking dish instead of a skillet?

  29. Made this today but used American cheese in place of cheddar since it was what I had on hand. My husband absolutely loved this recipe.

  30. 5 stars
    Hi Maria and Josh,

    Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe! I prepared it as instructed. When my boyfriend finished eating an 8 x 8 pan (in one setting), he said “get on the computer and thank that blogger!” LOL. This recipe is definitely being added to our list of favorites.


    1. How did you do the stove part in a 8X8 pan or did you just bake it for longer & not have it set up on the stove?

  31. 5 stars
    I’m a big fan of frittata’s for dinner and this is a really good recipe!  I’m saving it as a good base recipe to adapt in the future – thanks so much.