FRITTATA VS. QUICHE VS. STRATA: WHICH STORES BEST?
All three of these dishes can be stored in airtight containers in the refrigerator for three to four days, or in the freezer for up to three months, depending on the recipe. Keep in mind that certain vegetables like asparagus and leafy green vegetables may lose taste and texture if frozen, so they’re not ideal for long term storage.
Quiche and strata in particular are great go-tos for make-ahead dishes. A whole cooked quiche can be warmed up in 20 minutes, or slices can be warmed in about 10 minutes. Because stratas are better when they sit overnight, they’re ideal for assembling the night before and cooking the next morning, allowing you time to focus on other dishes and details the morning of a breakfast, brunch or lunch.
When planning and prepping meals, consider freezing individual portions of your egg dishes for easier thawing and reheating. Just allow the portion to thaw in the refrigerator before popping into the oven.