Friday, September 13, 2013

Toad in the Hole

Toad in the Hole
Bread, white or whole wheat
Soft Margarine

Allow 2 eggs and 2 slices of bread per person.

Butter both sides of the slice of bread.
Cut out the center with a cookie cutter.
(The buttered center can be fried also...for dipping in the soft yolk.)

Your imagination 
is your only limit!

Preheat your electric skillet to 325 degrees.
Crack the egg out into a small sauce dish.
Place the buttered bread in the skillet 
and slide the egg into the hole in the bread.

Cook several minutes until the egg is set and the underside is golden brown.
Use your pancake turner to insure the bread and egg is not sticking to your pan.
Turn over and brown the other side and cook egg to the desired degree of doneness.

This is a great weekend breakfast 
for the young ...and the young at heart.


  1. Ok... YUM!! I want one right now. :)

  2. Here, we call these birds nests. We make them especially when camping. So good!

  3. Yummmmy! The cooler weather has us starting up our gas burners and oven to cook and this would warm the tummy on a cool Fall morning. I've never heard it called toad in the hole. I think I'll stick with egg in a basket for my taste buds... lol. Don't like toads :)