Too funny, and so easy. We took it as a healthy dessert to an April Fool's potluck - everyone enjoyed very much. Thanks for sharing!
This was to funny! I gave this to my sleepy DD this morning. She kept trying to break the yolk! She had a good laugh when I told her what it was. She wouldn't admit that I tricked her. I was pleased with myself anyway. Thanks for sharing this fun recipe.
soooo gooood! I made a variation that was kinda like this recipe and kinda like another that had raisin toast under the "egg".
Yummy and cute!
Great idea that brought a smile to everyone's face.
This was just plain old fun. My teenage nephew was not impressed, but the younger one and I loved it. (Teens are just too busy not being children.) I added a sprinkle of nutmeg and sugar to give it a salt and pepper look. Served it with cinnamon toast.
I made this for my children for April Fool's Day and it was so funny.It was hard not to laugh as I was watching their faces as they tried it!They looked amazingly realistic and I can't wait to try it again!I toasted pound cake and put each "egg" on top.Thanks so much for an easy,clever idea!
I made this as an April Fool's Day joke for my two kids and husband. They all thought it was great! I will definately make this again!!
Huge hit with the 4 kids! Even the picky eater ate it! Thank you so much for posting this easy breakfast recipe. The kids loved it, and it will definately become a regular around this house!
These were our breakfast of choice on summer camping trips as kids. We also served them on slices of pound cake and called it "Eggs on Toast".