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10 breakfast dishes fit for a crowd

It's hard doing breakfast for a lot of people

Having a breakfast with eight or more of your nearest and dearest always seems like a good idea. You get to eat, socialize, and maybe even enjoy a delicious cocktail. The logistics, however, are tricky — no matter how delicious your breakfast burritos are, it won't be easy to make them for a large group. And do you really expect that many people to wait in line for waffles? In order to help you avoid a disastrous hunger riot, here are 10 recipes that will satisfy the hungry horde.

Orange scented olive oil sticky buns by fiveandspice

Breakfast fried rice by Kathleen @HapaNom

Spinach and tomato frittata by Kendra Vaculin

Monkey (ginger)bread by arielleclementine

Sausage strata with greens by Merrill Stubbs

Almond scones by Judith Rae

Tomato-y, yogurt-y shakshuka by Nicholas Day

Warm and gooey citrus pudding by thefood

Chickpea, spinach, and chorizo frittata by Hadyourtea?

Legendary blueberry biscuits by Alchemist

This story was originally published on Food52.com: 10 breakfast dishes fit for a crowd

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