Easy Breakfasts for a Crowd

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If you are living in Flagstaff Apartments and have overnight guests, you know that one of the biggest challenges may be feeding everyone at breakfast time. While you could go out for breakfast, that can be difficult too since not everyone gets ready at the same time and many popular breakfast eateries are quite busy on weekends and holidays. Instead, you may want to look at one of our breakfast ideas for a crowd.

Easy Breakfasts for Your Flagstaff Apartment Entertaining

  • Strata. A strata looks complex but is actually very easy. Place four slices of your favorite bread in a square casserole dish. Beat four eggs with 1/2 cup milk and add salt, pepper and seasoning to taste. Pour this over the bread. Sprinkle with diced Canadian bacon and refrigerate overnight. Bake uncovered in a 350-degree oven for 30 minutes. Top with cheese and cook for 5 to 10 more minutes until strata is firm and golden. You have a delicious, simple breakfast casserole that feeds several with very little effort!

  • Bacon for a Crowd. You can easily make bacon for a crowd in your oven. Place slices of uncooked bacon in your cold oven on a cookie sheet. Turn the temperature to 450 and keep an eye on things. In around 10 to 12 minutes, your bacon should be crisp and ready to go. Drain and you’ve got bacon for a crowd.

  • Bagel Bar. Serve bagels with a variety of toppings including butter, cream cheese, cheese, fried eggs, Canadian bacon and peanut butter. Everyone can create the breakfast that suits their needs, and you can relax and enjoy good company.

Having a nice big kitchen and dining area can make serving these morning meals even easier. Check out our currently available apartments in Flagstaff at Country Club Vista Apartments and schedule a walkthrough today. We’d love to show you our currently available floor plans and see if one works for you.

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