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Superstar recipe for eggs in a hole.
Serves 2

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  • Step 1

    Fry up the bacon over medium-low heat.

  • Step 2

    Meanwhile, using a cookie cutter or the rim of a glass, cut round circles out of each piece of bread.

  • Step 3

    When the bacon is crisp, remove from the pan and drain on papertowels.

  • Step 4

    Place bread and bread rounds in the bacon grease and crack one egg into each bread hole. When the whites of the eggs are set and the bread slices are getting nice and brown, flip. Flip your little bread circles, too. Aren't they cute?

  • Step 5

    After another minute or so, scoop up each piece of bread and its egg with a spatula, top with its little sister piece of bread and serve with bacon.

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Elias The Great
Elias The Great
dshfs;ldkf Happy
My mom always made me this (without the bacon thoughh) as a kid.
aaah childhood memories~
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elizarose
elizarose · 4 projects
It looks sooo yummy!! I just ate but my mouth is watering!!
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Jennifer A.
Jennifer A. · Seattle, Washington, US · 9 projects
We call it "chicken in a basket" and my son loves it! I'll have to try it your way to see how he likes it. Happy
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Baba Boop
Baba Boop · Bunker Hill, West Virginia, US
We dont use the bacon although that does sound good but we call this circle toast so good
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Freckled Menace
Freckled Menace · Fort Worth, Texas, US · 3 projects
Ohmigosh I remember these!! My ex-stepmom used to make them for me allllll the time! I can't wait to get home to cook me up some again.
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Sara G.
Sara G. · Jersey City, New Jersey, US · 1 project
These look so yummy and easy...I only wish the bf ate eggs, it's just not the same making something like this for breakfast for yourself alone.
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Shivi
Shivi · Perth, Western Australia, AU · 14 projects
These taste so good, probably not too healthy with all the oil but they're yummo! I did these for Mother's day and used a ♥ shaped cutter so it looked really sweet!
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Photo_Envy
Photo_Envy · Calgary, Alberta, CA
How have I never heard of this? I am SO doing this tomorrow morning...
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T'Nealle
T'Nealle · Christchurch, Canterbury, NZ · 2 projects
i have not had these since i was 8, it was the only thing my dad could cook, yummmmmmm
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Grace D
Grace D · London, GB · 83 projects
Eggie in a blanket Happy
Love love love <3
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