Farm fresh eggs, in a wide variety of preparations, make a great breakfast. Frittatas, or Italian omelets, are easy to make and are a great way to encourage your children to eat fresh vegetables because they can be “hidden” in the eggs. Cheddar cheese adds some zip, and best of all, this egg dish doesn’t need to be flipped. Firmer than a flipped omelet, a frittata can be cut into wedges and eaten on the run if you’re short on time. Leftovers reheat well in the microwave and may be a tasty change of pace in your child’s lunchbox.