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Offline HallieK

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Inexpensive recipes to feed a crowd?
« on: April 30, 2010, 06:01:56 AM »
I'm on the look-out for inexpensive recipes that will feed a crowd (13-14 hungry people). This July I'm going to be cooking breakfast, lunch, and dinner for a week for a group of high school kids taking a photography workshop in scenic areas of Utah.

We're cooking on a budget, so I'm looking for inexpensive and satisfying meal ideas. It will be hot, so soups and stews don't seem to be a good option. If you have any suggestions, send them my way! Thanks!

Offline SuzanneG

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Re: Inexpensive recipes to feed a crowd?
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2010, 02:06:03 PM »
A fun and inexpensive breakfast idea (that even my picky nephews like) is to whisk eggs, a little almond milk and goat cheddar in a bowl.  Season with salt & pepper.  Take a muffin tin and fill with cubes of whole grain (or gluten free bread) and chopped veggies (I like baby spinach, red bell pepper, and scallions).  Pour the egg mixture over it and bake at 350 for about 20 minutes. 
For a regular 6 muffin tin, you only need 3 eggs, so it's very budget friendly, and you can mix it up each time with new ingredients.

good luck!
Suzanne

 


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