Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn

Recipes From Today's Show: Eggs For Dinner

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TODAY on MHTV: With my family’s crazy schedule, sometimes I want to keep dinner simple so I’ll make one of my go-to dishes: eggs. My grande pizza omelet, (an open-faced dinner omelet named by the 4th grade class I recently visited), will easily feed a hungry crowd. To keep things healthy, I add Swiss chard and cheddar cheese and finish it under the broiler. Slice it up like a pizza pie and you’re good to go. On the side, let everyone nibble on olive oil garlic crostini and my make-ahead oatmeal chocolate chip cookies will help you finish the meal on a high note. More from the show.

Get the recipes from this episode:

Grande Pizza Omelet

Olive Oil Garlic Crostini

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Get the recipes from the 11:30 a.m. ET show:

Busy Day Breakfast

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  • Lucinda,

    Love Grande Pizzz Omelet. Was this named by John Contratti's students? You mentioned a fourth grade class. I'm a big fan of his blog and recipes. I will make this omelet this weekend.

    Erma

  • Please stop your son from displaying his bad habits (such as drinking from the milk carton just before you use it in a recipe. This sort of behavior ruins the program for me.

  • I LOVE the recipe for the oatmeal chocolate cookies and it's one of my son's favorites. He's 3 so he helps me make them now. Been making it from the cookbook and noticed the same thing as this recipe link that's different from when I watched the episode-- it doesn't mention beating the sugar and butter before adding everything else and I was wondering which is correct or does it not matter? I know typically in cookies you cream first, but maybe you don't need to?

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