Saturday, January 1, 2011

Barnyard Door Eggs

When my brother and I were little, we loved "dippy eggs". At some point, my Dad introduced us to "Barnyard Doors". This egg is so easy to make, but it is well loved by kids.

Cut a hole that is about the size of a yolk in your bread and place bread in your nonstick frying pan. Your circle does not have to be perfect. I like to leave the part that I took out in the pan so that it can be toasted for dipping when the eggs are done cooking.

Next, break the egg so that it ends up in the center of the bread hole. Fry it on both sides.

That's all! It should only take about 5 minutes to make!

This is my son enjoying his dippy eggs.

1 comment:

  1. We always called them toad in a hole and they are still a favourite in our house :)