Total Time
33mins
Prep 3 mins
Cook 30 mins

kids can help but the directions with a -- adults should do

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Using your favorite cookie cutter, cut a shape out of the center of the bread.
  2. Break each egg into a separate bowl.
  3. Melt the butter in a frying pan. Fry the bread on one side until it is golden brown, then flip it
  4. Pour 1 egg into the center of the bread, cover the pan and cook over low heat until each egg is done.
Most Helpful

5 5

This is timeless comfort food! My folks made this when I was a kid (they called it "a toad in a hole"), and I still make it--at least once or twice a month. These days I serve it with nuts and maple syrup on top, and pair it with a green veggie salad (the sweet and the savory). It's a quick, easy meal that's always welcome! Thanks for posting this NikkyNicole!!

5 5

My dad taught me how to make these as a kid, and I make them for my daughter and i still love them bunches!

5 5

When I was a kid we called these 'Popeye Eggs'. I still make them every once in a while and they still taste great. Butter the middle sections from the cookie cutter and fry them on the side. You also need a little ketchup on the side. Try it -you'll like it! So will your kids.