Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 mins

A simple, kid-friendly recipe. My mother-in-law taught me this one and I made it for our four children for years. Now I make it for my grandsons. They all love the toast circles that come with this.


  1. Cut a circle out of center of bread with biscuit or cookie cutter.
  2. Spray a non-stick skillet with Pam and heat over medium heat. Put 1 piece of margarine in skillet and heat til it sizzles.
  3. Add cut-out bread. Put bread circle into pan to toast.
  4. Crack egg into center of bread. Decrease heat and cook on low until egg begins to set. Add other piece of margarine to pan and carefully flip egg bread over. Cook until done as desired.
Most Helpful

This is really yummy. So quick and easy and you get your "egg on toast" all in the same pan :)

*christie May 12, 2010

These are delicious as breakfast (or as an energy booster while studying)! I used olive oil and brushed the entire surface of my pan because my mum doesn't have a non-stick one. Honestly, I was too chicken to flip my bread because I was afraid that the egg would spill, so when the bottom was set I stuck it in my toaster for another minute for the top to cook. I'll be making this for breakfast more often! Thanks:)

vintagenovelty June 01, 2008

Never had this before so obviously I have been missing out!! Great and easy, thanks for the recipe!

Coastiehoney January 05, 2008