We call that toad in the hole. And it is good.
I have even ordered this in a restaurant.
My parents called this recipe "Hollywood Eggs".
My grandmother made a version of this for us every Easter morning. She separated the eggs, whipped the whites, and put them in the hole, making a "nest" for the yoke. Then they went in the oven on a cookie sheet for a little while until the yoke was set on top and the whites were dry like meringue. She called them "Bird's Nests". Yum
Love these....we called then egg-in-a-basket when I was a little girl! Easy to make!
This was always a hit with my girls. My Mom made it for me when I was little too, we called it "Toad in a hole". The French Canadians called it "Coco cache". When the girls were old enough to use the stove it was an easy meal for them to make for themselves.
My Grandma made these for me but she named them "one eyed sailors". Thanks for the memory.
It was delicious, my husband loved it and I was really surprised that it wasn't dry at all. Thank you!
Fun and filling breakfast! Thanks
We used to eat this at breakfast sometimes as children but we called it toad in a hole and generally it was not just plain white bread but whole grain or something.
Known by many names (mine was toad in the hole) this has always been a quick fix breakfast. Made for the Easter Egg Hunt 2009.