This is a terrible dilemma. What do you do?
Do you ask each person whether they would like eggs, while secretly hoping that one person will say 'No'?
Do you give the guests the eggs and go without yourself?
Do you pull one person aside and ask them if they would like to have an egg and make the other one go without?
Its hard isn't it?
Why don't you... (drum roll)... Make Pancakes!
Take you two eggs, add about 6oz of flour and half a pint of milk. (I always add a couple of tbsp of sugar too, but traditionalists would throw their hands up at this).
Whizz all the ingredients in a food mixer. If the batter is a bit thick, add a bit more water, if it is very runny, then add a bit of flour.
Heat a tsp of oil in a frying pan and pour in a little of the batter. If you want them all the same size, put a couple of tbsp of the batter into the pan.
Swirl it round to make a thin pancake. After a couple of minutes, turn it over and cook for a couple of mins.
If there is no food processer
Sift the flour into a bowl, add the egg to make a thick paste then add the milk a little at a time. This will make sure there are no lumps.
They are very filling and this will be more than enough for three people.