Ah...the memories of childhood! :) I have been searching for the trick, as I couldn't quite remember how mom used to make them. I can't wait to use this recipe over and over again. Although I have no children, I'll try some shapes like hearts and other. No need to have children to enjoy this treat!
My mom used to make these for me all the time growing up. We called them frog in the hole. My husban also remembers these growing up but they called them bird's nest. What ever the name this is an easy dish and my boys love it.
This was alright- it was a nice change of pace for breakfast. The kids ate them ok, but I don't think they'll request them again. (My sons also tend to like their eggs scrambled- so that could be part of the problem.) I might try to make this simple recipe again for my husband to see what he thinks.
Mmm! I just made these for a quick, yummy breakfast, and they were really good! I think next time Ill butter the bread, too, to get them more browned. Great recipe!
My kids love this unique take on a traditional eggs & toast breakfast! We followed the recipe exactly and were rewarded with lots of "Yum!" exclamations around the table. Thank you for sharing the recipe with Zaar!
So cute, so fun and tasty too. Thanks for posting my kids loved these and us adults did too....Stephanie
My kids had so much fun making breakfast with this recipe. The name was really cute also. Thanks for sharing!
Made these for years and love them - I flipped one and left one sunny side up. Toasted one side then flipped it for the sunny side up. Thanks for posting the recipe Kelly and reminding me how good these are
We call these Humpty Dumptys. I sprinkle on a bit of parmesan cheese before serving.
My children are grown with children of their own and this brought such great memories of my 1st husband their dad preparing this for them (the only thing he could cook) which he called "toad in a hole"