baked eggs on toast

Wow! Post # 75! I’ve been at this for a little over a year and I am slowly honing my skills… at least I think I am getting better at writing these.

Recently my dear dog Kaiya got a bad case of Gastritis and had to go on a very limited ingredient diet. We usually do a mix of B.A.R.F (40%) and Wellness Senior (60%), but with her case of Gastritis we were giving her pure pumpkin, canned L.I.D. Natural Balance and limiting her water intake .  She recovered well and is back to being her old self!

All Smiles!
All Smiles!

Anyways, a year ago I posted about my dad’s go to quick breakfast called Egg in a Hole. Well this breakfast recipe is very similar but quicker and a little more versatile with toppings.

Here is what you need;

  • slices of bread – 2 of us = 3 slices
  • eggs – one for each bread slice
  • shredded cheese
  • butter
  • pepper and garlic powder to taste – you can really add anything else to the top!
mmm so good!
mmm so good!

First you preheat the oven or toaster oven to 400° F. Take a slice of bread and with the back end of a spoon press down in the center to flatten it.

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My slices were harder to flatten then I thought. It took 2 times with the spoon to make a bowl like indent. Butter the edges of the bread, crack an egg into the indent and add shredded cheese on top. We used old cheddar because the flavour is so good with eggs!

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Season with garlic salt/powder, pepper and even red chili pepper flakes to taste. Pop into the oven/toaster oven for 10-15 minutes (I did 10 minutes and then broiled for 2-3 minutes).

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Remove from oven when done. Add side dish and enjoy! I made them for dinner on Monday and then again for lunch the next day. So good!

This one I added actual garlic and green onions to the top! YUM!
This one I added actual garlic and green onions to the top! YUM!
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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Lesya says:

    Some times I make the same breakfasts :). Quick and simple!

    1. erires says:

      And delicious! 🙂

  2. One of the first recipes my mother taught me was a similar eggs-on-toast theme. She doesn’t really cook, so it was also just about the only recipe she ever taught me. These look delicious!

    1. Erin says:

      I’ve added different things to change them up, included garlic and bacon bits. They are actually pretty diverse!

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