Toad-in-the-hole

7 years ago
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Good morning from the land of Syrup and Biscuits. Girl Scout cookies are on sale and I always think about my experiences as a Brownie and Girl Scout this time of the year. Here's a quick breakfast dish that I learned in Girl Scouts.

 

Toad-in-the-hole

 

Cut a hole out of the center of bread. I used a two inch round biscuit cutter. You can use any shape. During Christmas, use Christmas cookie cutters. Cover the bottom of a non-stick skillet with canola oil. Place the bread in the skillet, break an egg into the hole. Cook on both sides. I put the cut out pieces in the pan to brown for toast, also. Serve the toad-in-a-hole along with the toast and homemade muscadine grape jelly from the muscadines off your backyard vines. If you don't have homemade muscadine jelly, any jelly will do.