Eggs in a Hole

This is easy, delicious and who doesn’t love toast and eggs?
If you have a griddle, you can make a bunch of these at once for family breakfast. Also, don’t worry, my eggs are topping over the toast, because all I had was large eggs.

You can also get creative, what do you like on your eggs? Onions and peppers? Saute and top the with that. Grate cheese on top. John loves bacon and onions, so we typically chop bacon and onions, put them in a pan together, cook until bacon is crispy, and onions are soft, pour over eggs in a hole.

Eggs in a Hole – 1 serving
2 slices toast (we use whole wheat)
Softened unsalted butter
2 small eggs
Kosher salt & freshly ground pepper

Butter both sides of toast, and cut a circle into the middle using a round cookie cutter. Keep the rounds.

Prepare a non-stick pan over low-medium heat, and place toast, and rounds in the pan. Crack an egg into the middle of each slide of toast, so that it filled the round. Season with salt and pepper.

Cook for about 2 minutes, and carefully flip. Cook until desired preparation.

Serve with toast rounds, so they can be used for dipping!

Happy Cooking!


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