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"I really love this breakfast treat! Food is so much more fun when it has a whimsical vibe to it. I tried to do this once in a very thick brioche and it didn't turn out too well. So, be wary if you cut your own slice of bread not to make it too thick!"- lolavancleese
From: Kids in the kitchen Fold over a slice of bread. Take a bite out of the folded edge. Open the bread. There should be a round hole in the middle. Heat oil in skillet. Place bread in skillet. Break egg carefully so that it falls into the hole. Salt & pepper to taste. Fry until egg is cooked through, turning as needed. Posted to recipelu-digest by SRemers@aol.com on Feb 2, 1998
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nicblakemore 1 year ago
gonjabi1 1 year agoI hate this I broke so many breads while holding
CreamyPuff 3 years agoI remember four years ago when I was 8 I made this from a strawberry shortcake recipe book and they called them 'Peek-a-boo eggs' they were absolutely great!????
kimbellow 3 years agoI discovered this dish in a movie. V for Vendetta. I didn't know for sure what it was it was only a quick shot nut Ever called it 'Eggie in a Basket' I couldnt find anything online so I assumed it was some classic British breakfast dish with a proper name and it looked delicious! I couldn't tell if there was a hole in the bread or not bit I experimented and figured it out on my own. I had no idea it was this popular. I love this recipe and just made it for my Boyfriend (who I usually make eggs over-medium with toast) and he loved it. His face lit up so sweet. Thanks for putting up this recipe for I finally can put a real name to this awesome breakfast.
jsblasvegas 3 years agoMy boys love this breakfast dish! I add a little cinnamin
Daldaman 3 years agoOne change I make is mix one egg in a shallow dish batter the bread and then cook like the recipe says and add pancake syrup. French toast with an egg in the middle.
maidinblisscleaning 3 years agoOne of my favorites! We call it a one eyed egg sandwich. My kids love it!
Tip2 3 years agoIt was quick & easy
Zeynab 4 years agoIve always been making these with bagels...never even thought about bread lol! Amazing recipe for kids now that I can cut out shapes! Thanks
Madrinans 4 years agoI use to eat this twenty some odd years ago as a child. We called it "duckie daddles." My children love it today... And so does my husband!