Thursday, April 17, 2008

Hole In One Eggs

I love to make these for Sam. He loves fried eggs with toast and making it this way makes breakfast fun for him and more interesting, therefore he is more likely to sit there the entire meal and eat. (Something that seems to be a challenge sometimes) My son loves the little circle shaped toast he gets. He keeps asking for more circle toast when his is gone. My dad used to make these for my sisters and I when we were kids and I remember loving them.

For each serving:

1 slice of whole wheat toast
1 egg
1 Tbsp butter
cooking spray
salt and pepper to taste

Heat a pan with cooking spray on med-high heat. Cut a circle shape out of the slice of bread with a muffin cutter. Butter one side of the cut toast and put it in the pan. Crack an egg into the hole and let it cook for several minutes, then flip it and cook the rest of the way until its done to your liking. Season with salt and pepper.

3 comments:

Swikan said...

I love this! I am going to make it for my kidlets this weekend. I have never heard of it before, and they love fried egg sandwiches. The way you have done it = half the bread.

gaga said...

What a super, fun and cute idea! That's great for kids!

Becka Babe said...

My kids love this one too! We call it toad in the hole toast! ;)