This is buttery, delicious and so quick and easy. I used whole-wheat bread and seasoned the eggs with salt and pepper. Using cookie cutters to make the whole different shapes would be cute for kids. Thank you, Sheri. I think this will become a regular breakfast for me.
I've been making these for a long time too. I think we call them ducks or frogs on a pond. You throw a slice of cheese on top for a "Hat" too. I've used American and thin slices of brie but there are many that would be great.
I was so excited to see this! I'd always made this back in high school. Topped with fresh cracked pepper, this is so easy and simple, yet tastes better than regular toast & fried eggs. And it is cute, too!
This was super easy for me! I am usually not that great at flipping fried eggs, but this simplified it! I typically have toast with my eggs anyways, so why not mix it. Great recipe, will use again.
Very good, very easy. I used potato bread for mine. :)
I have had this when I was younger except my moms version was baked in the oven. This version was quick and simple! I sprinkled the final product with adobo and enjoyed my breakfast:)
I love to read all of the names people call this recipe! Makes me wonder who was the first to come up with it and what the original was. This is one breakfast my dad would make us as kids. He called it "toad in the hole" and I will soon be making my daughter's first of many.
I made this egg dish since it had a little different cooking method than the one I usually make. It was good . My husband loved the butter but next time I will add a little less butter to mine. Thanks sweetiebarbara for a new way to cook this dish. Bullwinkle
Good grief these are good ! And so simple and fast to make. Thanks for a new breakfast idea !