For the adults you can do a quiche . Here's the one I do ahead of time and it's awesome.
12 Eggs (Usually Extra Large)
1 Large Carton Lowfat or Nonfat Cottage Cheese
10-12 Oz. Mild Cheddar Cheese/Grated
(I've used as much as a pound and it's fine)
1 8 Oz. Can Chopped Green Chiles
1/4 Cup Flour
2 Cups Diced Turkey Ham
white pepper to taste
Break all eggs in large bowl and whisk a few minutes to incorporate a lot of air.... should be really frothy and bubbly; add other ingredients; pour into a 9X13 glass baking dish. BAKE IMMEDIATELY.. IF IT SITS, IT WILL SEPARATE INTO LAYERS AND IT WON'T BE "FLUFFY"!!
Put into a 350 degree oven for 50 minutes to an hour. Starting at about 50 minutes, reach in and wiggle the dish slightly... if the middle still wiggles, too, check in another 5 minutes. When the middle doesn't wiggle anymore, turn off the oven but leave it in for another 5 minutes and it's done! Let it sit for a few minutes to firm up before cutting.
Can be made ahead and cut into squares and frozen. Pop however many squares you need onto a plate and microwave on High for about 2-4 minutes. Re-heats great!
Some variations are:
Brown, crumble, and drain about 2 Lbs of sausage or bacon (get the bacon crispy) instead of the ham, and when cooled completely, add to the whisked eggs
Add mushrooms or sliced black olives
Add a defrosted package of chopped broccoli (remove excess moisture)
Saute finely chopped onion; add when cooled
Add a finely diced Jalapeño (remove seeds)
Use a blend of Cheddar and Monterrey Jack Cheeses, or a Sharp Cheddar
Recipe can be halved easily
Mixture can be poured into pre-baked pie shells, but you’ll have to protect the edges from over-browning while it bakes