Easy Eggs for a Crowd: Holiday Hack #5
Welcome to the Holiday Hacks blog series where we quickly describe ways to get kids more involved in the spirit of Christmas and Hanukkah – for yes, less. Our fifth entry is a super easy way for your kids to help feed the unusually large crowds you can have on hand for breakfast over the holidays. Kids aged 6 and up can grease muffin tins with a little soft butter on some saran-wrapped fingers, and crack an egg into each cup. Bake the eggs in a 350-degree oven for 10 minutes and you’ll quickly have a dozen servings of protein, that can easily be placed onto toasted bagels or English muffins, for a fraction of what it might cost to take everyone to a local diner. If you know for a fact that the friends and family who slept over like cheese or mushrooms or onions, throw them into each cup, underneath or on top of the egg and increase the cooking time by a minute or two. When your kids ask you what you might like for a holiday gift – tell them “a meal off duty” and share this mini-blog with them.
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