Breakfast, the Meal of Champions? Worst Cooks in America Preview

Get a preview of Sunday's upcoming episode of Worst Cooks in America, which finds the recruits facing a breakfast challenge that has them over their heads.

In Sunday's upcoming episode of Worst Cooks in America at 10|9c, mentors Tyler Florence and Anne Burrell are testing the recruits on multitasking and time management, two skills that any good chef should have. And to get the recruits in the practice, they'll be cooking a multicomponent breakfast. But of course on this show that's easier said than done.

When it comes to making breakfast classics, these recruits have no clue where to begin, especially when it comes to poaching eggs or making pancakes from scratch. Even after the team demonstrations, some of the recruits are left fumbling, but some surprisingly do excel at creating a breakfast that at least looks good, like Sarah's omelet above.

Anne sure knows how to rock a whip — that is, when it comes to whipping egg whites.

That's a big problem, Genique. After all, it is a breakfast challenge!

Sarah seems to have bath time on the mind, rather than focusing on the fact she's on a cooking show.

Leo uses a vegetable peeler for the first time and it shows.

Tyler's over-the-moon impressed with Sarah's omelet plating. Now how will it taste?

Someone forgot to ask how much pulp Tyler likes in his freshly squeezed OJ.

Tune into Worst Cooks in America on Sunday at 10|9c to see how the episode all plays out.

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