This Is How You Cook an Egg Dish for a Group in Minutes
We've found tasty recipes for classic breakfast foods that feed a bunch and don't take forever to make. Brunch has never been this easy.
The Omelet for When You Don't Feel Like Making Omelets
We love a plate of fluffy eggs stuffed with savory fillings, but it can be hard to churn out six or eight omelets and still have everyone eat at the same time (and keep everything hot). Making a frittata solves that problem—and they don't come much easier than with this recipe.
You whisk the eggs, add canned, chopped tomatoes and herbs and pour everything into a skillet. The mixture cooks on the stove for about five minutes, and then in the oven for 15 more. Then, you spread tomato paste and grated cheddar on top and slide the frittata back into the oven for another seven minutes, until the cheese is melted and slightly bubbly—so you've got a pizzalike take on a classic breakfast food.
Get the recipe: Tomato Frittata