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Overnight guests- quiche, frittata or baked eggs?

lab294 | Mar 20, 201310:40 AM     50

Hi there- I am having a group of 10 adults for an overnight stay in a few weeks.

I am all set with dinner, but it is breakfast the next morning that I am having trouble with. I don't want to run out for bagels, do eggs on order or be doing a ton of cooking in the morning (possibly before others are awake)

I have cinnamon rolls already frozen - ready to be defrosted overnight then baked at 375 for 30 mins or so, then iced.

I want to do an egg dish (but not something sweet like a french toast bake) with a simple green salad to go along side and maybe have someone bring a fruit salad if we are feeling ambitious.

But my question is- do I make a quiche ahead of time and stick it in the oven with the cinnamon rolls to heat up? and if so can I freeze it ahead of time and defrost in the fridge overnight?

Or do I make ramekins of baked eggs? Or is a frittata a better bet?

I would love any thoughts at all!

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