My husband said "these are fun!"
I love 'em! They're called "toad in a hole" in our house, too, but by any name they're such a comforting and nutritious return to a good basic breakfast. I find that the better the bread, the better the "toad," and use a dense grainy bread from our local artisan bakery. And a good grind or two of black pepper never hurt!
This breakfast seems to have universal appeal. My mom used to call them toad-in-a-hole and I made them for my kids and now my grandchildren. Thanks for posting.
i learns as a child of 11 to cook these on a buddy burner and they were called Peek a boo eggs:)
A nice, childhood favorite. My mom called them "Rosettes". I make them from time to time for DH on a weekday before work.
This is one of my son's favorite breakfasts! I sometimes add a slice of crisped bacon and cover with cheese after flipping it. By the time the cheese is melted the egg is usually done.
Great recipe my grandma used to make these everytime I visited. She called them Toe in the hole.
Yup, these are tasty. I used to make them for kids I'd babysit.
This recipe brings back wonderful memories of my childhood. My momma used to make these for us all the time. We called them Eggs in a Hole.
I used to make this for my daughter too.