By Toby Davidson, Cookin’ Greens Founder, Innovator 

Toby and CG Products

People have said that I must have been born in a supermarket. In some ways I most certainly was. I’m from a second generation Canadian food industry family. I’m obsessed with “firsts” of any type. To get Cookin’ Greens into the consumer’s home freezer, I bundled up my many years of food industry experience along with a Business Degree from Ryerson University, but most importantly, my 25 years of living with one of Canada’s leading food industry guru’s, innovator and mentors – my late father, Brian Davidson. 


Keen and determined to share these new found frozen vegetables , in 2009 surrounded by a supportive team, I set off to convince every Canadian consumer that flash-frozen dark-leafy greens are the future frozen peas and corn….it’s now 2016 and we are well on our way to achieving that goal. 


I’m only as good as my weakest link – so I surround myself with some of the industry best talent possible from design, to product development, to QA, to Marketing… to effectively get what needs to get done…done! 

Cookin’ Greens Frittata


Cookin'Greens Designer Mix Frittata


I really enjoy the combination of any of our Cookin’ Greens product with eggs in the morning- this simple frittata is easy to make and anything but simple in taste and nutrients- packed with protein from the eggs and anti-oxidants from our greens!

Serves: 4     Prep time: 10m    Cook time: 20m    Total Time: 30m    



1 bag (500g) of any Cookin’ Greens product, but recommend  Cookin’ Greens Athlete’s Mix
1 clove garlic, 1 tsp, (5ml) minced
4 tbsp (60ml) olive oil
5 large eggs
1/2 cup (120g) freshly grated parmesan cheese
Salt and pepper to taste



  1. In a 12-inch non-stick skillet, heat 2 tbsp (30ml) of oil over medium heat. Sauté the Cookin’ Greens product of your choice and garlic for 2 minutes, until heated through.  Remove cooked greens from pan – put aside.
  2. In a large bowl, beat the eggs with the cheese; add the sautéed greens mixture, salt and pepper.
  3. Add remaining oil to non-stick skillet. When the oil is hot, lower temperature to low and add egg mixture.
  4. Cook until frittata is set, 10-15 minutes, flip frittata into a plate, cool or enjoy hot


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