Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Eggs in a Frame

This really wasn't meant to be solely a cooking blog~   I've got to change things up so I'm promising myself some non foody stuff coming up!  

These are so easy and yummy and little and big kids love them.  
They also go by different names, such as~ 
Eggs in a frame,  
Eggs in a nest 
Eggs in a hole
Eggs in a basket
Toad in a hole
Eggs in a Frame
Cookie Cut a whole in your bread and pull out the center. You can use a glass, cookie cutter or anything your heart desires! (I used a crystal light container cut down that I use for biscuit cutting since it's smaller) 
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Make sure your non-stick pan is *really* non stick. If it isn't go ahead and add some butter or oil to the pan just in case or it will get messy and won't turn out right. (ask me how I know!)  Make sure both sides of bread are buttered well and place bread in pan over medium heat and...
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...crack egg in the middle.
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You can break your yolk if you like and add salt, pepper~ whatever seasonings you like. 
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Cook eggs till desired doneness.  Some like them cooked hard and some soft.  When bread is nice and golden brown and eggs are cooked to your desired doneness- FLIP! 
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Fry the little rounds and add as presentation.
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Voila!
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8 comments:

  1. these are so good! and I forget about them! I might go whip some up right now, come to think of it! haha

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    1. Did you make them Anna? Im so glad that you stopped by! I've missed you!!! (((hugz)))

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  2. I make these with Italian bread.they are YUMMY! Here from Mockingbird Hill Cottage.
    Blessings, Joanne

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    1. Yay~ I don't know what it is about making them together that makes it so tasty~ Yay!!!

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  3. We call them Eggs in a Nest. I add a variation on this for my son. I start making a grilled cheese sandwich, cut the whole, and cook the grilled cheese with the egg in the middle.

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    1. OOOOhhhhhhhh Ana~ that sounds wonderful!!!!!

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  4. I haven't made these in awhile because I have celiac and must eat gluten free but my kids ADORE these fried in bacon grease - heavenly!

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