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Kids Breakfast Favorite -- Egg With A Hat - ""Okie French Toast""
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dmcber@aol.com

Serves/Makes:1 per person

Ingredients
  • Eggs (1 for each serving)
  • White Bread (1 slice for each serving)
  • Butter or Margarine (as much as desired)
  • Cookie Cutter or Round Glass (Approx. 1 1/2 "")
Preparation
  • Use small glass or cookie cutter (approximately 1 1/2 inch round) to cut center out of bread slice(s).
  • Heat skillet on stove (flat skillet works best).
  • Butter bread slices and lay in skillet.
  • Crack egg into hole in center of bread while in skillet.
  • Cook approximately 1 minute (check under corner for browning).
  • While one side is cooking, butter pieces of bread cut outs & lay on hot skillet to brown - turn to brown both sides while cooking egg.
  • When breaded is toasted, CAREFULLY turn over with spatula (so egg yoke doesn't break).
  • Turn heat to medium-low and continue cooking until toasted & egg cooked as desired.
  • Remove from skillet to plates & top with toasted bread rounds (cut-outs from bread).
Comments
A favorite of our children when young. My Ex-Husband still can't agree on which one of us created it...but we do agree it was one of their favorites! And we still like it!

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