One-Eyed Monsters

"When I saw this recipe I thought it would be a cool way to get little guys to eat their eggs."
 
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photo by Sharon123 photo by Sharon123
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
2
Yields:
2 One eyed monsters
Serves:
2
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ingredients

  • 2 slices bread
  • 2 eggs
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directions

  • Spray nonstick skillet with pam.
  • using a cookie cutter, cut a hole in center of bread slices.
  • Place bread slices in skillet and break 1 egg into center of each one.
  • Let bottom brown and flip over to brown other side. You can add cheese if you wish. Here's lookin' at you !
  • ( If you like your eggs sunny side up, just pop it in the oven instead of flipping.).

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Reviews

  1. seal angel
    This is from my childhood. My mom used to make it all the time. I spread butter on both sides of bread. Put salt and pepper on top of egg. A favorite!!
     
  2. Muffin Goddess
    Quick and tasty, just the way I like my breakfast! I had some leftover chopped ham, so I put that on top of the uncooked egg, then added a slice of cheese over the ham after both sides of the egg were cooked. I also couldn't find my round cookie cutters, so I used my donut cutter instead. I grilled the bread cutouts with everything else, and then put the bread "donut" back on top of the egg, ham and cheese. Thanks for posting! Made for PAC Spring 2013
     
  3. Sharon123
    I enjoy this recipe, with many different names, because it's simple and good too! Thanks! Made for New Kids on the Block game.
     
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<p>I'm a 60 year old man living in south Arkansas with my wonderful wife. we've been married almost 35 years and we both love to cook. I became disabled and confined to a power chair in 1990 so I have a lot of time to try new recipes. In our church I'm famous for my melt in your mouth briskets. But nobody grills a porterhouse steak like my sweetie. We are looking for new recipes all the time. When I found RecipeZaar I new I had hit the jackpot. Our favorite restaurant is an all you can eat place called The Old Feed House; <br />Catfish, froglegs,ribs, etc with all the trimmings. Standing room only at times.</p>
 
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