Scrambled eggs for a group? Cook them in a saucepan (not a skillet) to keep them hot
Scrambled eggs is one of my full-proof, quick snacks/meals. Everyone in my family loves them, they're filling, they take five minutes to prepare, and they are full of protein. But when I cook eggs for more than one person, I have to stand around cooking to order, and the eggs still get cold quickly. This may be one of those hacks that helps .00001% of the Parent Hacks readership, but I'll go for it anyway, because I HATE COLD SCRAMBLED EGGS.
Last night, instead of using my usual skillet, I cooked the eggs in a deeper covered saucepan. The process took a bit longer as there was less hot surface area to go around, but the result was a pot of fluffy scrambled eggs that stayed warm while we all ate dinner together. My family thought I was nuts for being excited about this discovery, but YOU AND I know that even the tiniest discovery can be a valid parent hack. Right?