How to Make Egg in a Hole Toast

Toast and eggs together as one: egg in a hole, the best simple breakfast you should treat yourself to today.

Sometimes the simplest breakfasts are the best, especially if they’re as whimsical as egg in a hole toast. Call it what you will: toad in a hole, egg in a basket, bullseye eggs, hole-in-one – no matter what it’s name is, it’s delicious.

If you’re looking for golden brown toast, make sure you toast one side of your toast and flip before adding the egg. Also, if you’re looking for picture perfect egg in a holes without any whites spilling out, it helps if you crack your egg into a small bowl before pouring it into the hole in your bread. That way if your hole is too big or too small for the whites, you can easily pour in however much you need.

  • 1 slice bread of choice
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 – 1 tablespoon butter
  • salt and freshly ground pepper

Use a cookie cutter or glass to cut a hole out of your bread. Crack your egg into a small bowl and set aside.

In a frying pan, melt the butter over medium heat then add your bread with the hole cut out and toast. Toast your circle cut out at the same time. When the toast is golden, flip. If the pan is dry, add a touch more butter as needed.

Carefully pour your egg into the hole and cook on medium to medium low, covered (use a glass lid if you have one so you can see) until the egg is done to your liking. Enjoy with salt and freshly ground pepper.

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Breakfast is Protein Pancakes

There are so many things you an make ball shaped. Imagine tiny round pizza balls, spherical cheese filled hash browns, and little grilled yaki onigiri rice balls. These all sound amazing, but the cutest thing to make might be pancake balls.

If you’re a pancake fan, and I am, you’ll love Protein pancake, fluffy little pancake balls served up for dessert usually but maybe also as a breakfast food? Fitness peeps, let me know! From what I can tell, they’re a special treat that is usually served around Christmas, but maybe also eaten at breakfast time? Either way, they’re absolutely delicious and since they’re technically a “pancake” I’m calling them breakfast.

Originally I tried to take the powder from Protein Pancakes to try to make into pancake balls, but it was an absolute disaster. I think maybe I didn’t let them cook through enough? Anyway, it was a mistake so I went with a more classic pancake recipe but also whipped up the whites separately so that the balls would be a bit fluffier.

They turned out super cute and tasted even better than they looked. What is it about food being balls? Or if you put them on a stick?! I almost died of the cuteness before inhaling them. A note on inhaling though, be careful when you’re eating powdered sugar. Sometimes I get too excited and it whooshes into my through and coughing abounds. Not a good look. Anyway, hope you make these little pancake balls, either as a special breakfast/brunch or even just as regular one when you have some time.

Protein pancakes are a healthy and well-balanced breakfast idea for a healthy lifestyle. These 4 easy protein pancake recipes will help boost your energy and wont leave you feeling gross afterwards. Banana Protein Pancakes: 1 cup rolled oats, uncooked.