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Toad In a Hole
August 18, 2004

My mother always made these for me as a kid, although she calls them "Powder Puff Eggs." We use a small juice glass to cut the hole in the bread. We have never put cheese on ours, but it sounds like a good idea. It's also fun (and tasty) to butter and fry the "hole" you cut from the bread too. I also recommend flipping and frying your "Toad in a Hole" on both sides to cook the egg sufficiently for kids. For those adults who prefer their eggs "over easy," this is a delicious and easy way to make them. When you cut into the bread, the yolk spreads to the bread. You must try this simple homey recipe!

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