Monday, January 18, 2010

Hole in the Bread

A regular go-to breakfast at our house:

Hole in the Bread
2 slices of bread
2 eggs
salt and pepper
cooking spray

Heat skillet over medium heat.
Butter 2 slices of bread on both sides. 
Using a small cup or circle cookie cutter, cut a hole in the middle of each piece - be sure that the entire crust is connected.
Place bread slices and inside circle pieces (not connected) on hot skillet.

Spray cooking spray in the center of each piece of bread.
Crack eggs and drop one into each hole in the bread.

Salt and pepper eggs.
Flip bread holes and bread slices over to finish cooking the other side.

1 comment:

  1. Oh, Michelle, I am so glad you posted this on here! Not because I need to know how to make it, but because for 3 years I've been meaning to talk to you about it. Remember our sleepovers when we would always make Hole in the Bread? And eat them on those blue and pink square-ish plastic plates? Well anyway, Brandon LOVES LOVES LOVES making these, only he calls them Hole in the Wall. I told him we call it Hole in the Bread and that Hole in the Bread makes much more sense but nevertheless, we both call them Hole in the Wall now and we make them pretty much like all the time. :) Brandon is a pro. Oh, what fun memories. And what a great thing to make, and so easy! I made him some for breakfast in bed on his birthday this month and I cut the holes into heart shapes. They were cute. :)