Tuesday, April 27, 2010

PW Egg-In-The-Hole . . .

This fun recipe is found on pages 46-47
in Pioneer Woman Cooks.
The first time I ate egg-in-the-hole was
at Cracker Barrel a few years ago.
They called it egg-in-a-basket.
I have fixed it for myself a few times
since my Cracker Barrel experience.
It's an easy way to have your eggs and toast.


I decided to cut a star instead of a
circle in the wheat bread.
When Ethan's older I think he might enjoy
eating his egg in a star.

PW calls for 2 to 3 tablespoons of butter in
the skillet, but I reduced it to 2 teaspoons.


After the skillet heats up add your egg.
Isn't that adorable?!?


After I flipped the toast over and let
it cook a few minutes I flipped it again
so the star shape could be seen.
If you don't do this the other side
doesn't look like a star.


I toasted the star shape in the skillet
then drizzled it with a little honey.


I think kids and adults of all ages will
enjoy this little variation of
egg-in-the-hole, I sure did!



Hope you return next Tuesday for
another PW recipe. I've been reading through
the book and have a couple of recipes in mind.
Pay Denise a visit, she's also doing PW every Tuesday.

21 comments:

Lynn said...

Mmmmm, this is soo good!! Us big kids really love it too!! My hubby and I have this for breakfast alot on his weekends that he's home..

I really love the neat recipes in the PW cookbook too!!

Have a great day!

Blessings,
~Lynn

Becky K. said...

Looks great to me! That would be a nice variation to the poached eggs I like sometimes.

Becky K.

Shelia said...

Hi Carol! Oh, what a cute way to serve a fried egg! I'll have to try this.
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;0

Kim~HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs said...

What a clever idea :)

Marilyn said...

That is so cute. I bet the sugarplums would actually eat an egg if it were cooked like that. Thanks.

Darlene said...

That is so cute!! I need to try it. Hope you are having a great day.♥

Kerin said...

Good Morning Cutie!
I adore the star shape!
What a happy way to start a day.
Have a wonderful day!

Denise said...

Hi Carol, so glad you found my blog and left a comment, how neat you are cooking your way through PW's book too, don't you just love it :-) I'm having so much fun. I will add myself as a follower and be sure to be back soon to see what you're doing. I'm making the burritos next week ;-)
Hugs
Denise

Cindy said...

This is new to me and a great idea. Breakfast is one of my favorite meals---especially on weekends or when eating out. Good choice, and you keep on going, girl!

Crazy Daisy said...

My mom made these for me and called them eggs in a window! Come link to Tuesday Tastes! I would love to have you!

www.crazyjayzplace.blogspot.com

Happy Day,
Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

Carolyn said...

MMMMMMM! This looks very yummy! I love eggs and toast but this will be so fun for my little granddaughters! :)

Hugs, Carolyn ~ Cottage Sunshine

Elena said...

Those are very tasty and such a fun thing to do. I had kids Betty Crocker cookbook and I made that when I was a kid. I like the star shape. That would be a great 4th of July breakfast!

Julie Harward said...

I've been doing this for years for my kids...they always loved it! I just love breakfast food anytime! Come say hi :D

bennie and patsy said...

What a happy way to do breakfast.
Patsy

Mari said...

I made this for myself a few days ago - yum! Mine wasn't as cute though. I didn't have a star!
I have the PW cookbook too and am loving it!

April said...

Oh my goodness! You have me craving Cracker Barrel!!! I have made this for Elise a few times and she really likes it. Yummy post!

Love,
April

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

I've never made this, but it looks like something my kids would love to learn to make. We're going to have to try it. We like to make breakfast for supper sometimes.
Blessings,
Marcia

Kerin said...

Thank you sweet Carol, for wishing warmer weather on us. We are a farming community, and we do need the moisture. However... according to the water watchers, we are close to 170% of normal for our water year. Ok.. time for sunshine :)
Thanks again for the warm wishes, you are too sweet !

Look beyond the picket fence said...

That looks really good. I think I could actually make it for breakfast. Then again, that would be great any time of the day. I found "The Pioneer Woman" in January, love her blog.
denise

valerie said...

Looks delicious!
All her recipes look so good.

I agree with you....kids and adults both will enjoy this fun meal.

Was it windy enough for you today?
We lost two limbs from our peach tree.
Crazy!

Have a great weekend Carol.

Linda C said...

This is a great idea! I'll keep this idea in my pocket as the grands get older:) I had a ball making pancakes for Sam at Christmas time- his favorite breakfast so far.

Thanks for sharing it!

Have a great weekend, Carol!
Linda