Bachelor Eggs in Toast

Bachelor Eggs in Toast

Ingredients

2 pieces of toast
1 egg
2 slices of cheese and/or Ham

Making Bachelor Eggs in Toast

This simple dish made my boyfriend so happy I have to add some quotes. After biting into it: “Is it soft? It’s soft in the middle!” “Why would anyone eat eggs and toast differently” and “What did I do to deserve this”. So to all of the female gender who feel like impressing the other sex, this is the way to do it :)

Put a frying pan on medium heat. Put two slices of toast in the toaster. When toasted, take one of the slices and use a cookie cutter (7 centimeters in diameter) and cut a hole in the middle of the toast. Add this slice to the pan, crack the egg into the hole add the cheese slices on top of the slice and add the other slice on top. Let the egg fry away and use a frying spatula to get the egg free from the pan, this is when the cheese has started melting and the toast is turning dark brown on the bottom. Let the toast fry away on the other side until the egg has set the way you like it, this one was soft inside.

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Egg-fried Breakfast Bread

Egg-fried Breakfast Bread

Ingredients

2 eggs
Salt
3-4 slices of day old bread
Butter

Making Egg-fried Breakfast Bread

Whisk the eggs in a bowl with salt. Add about a tea-spoon of butter to a frying pan and turn on the heat. Soak the bread in the egg mix (both sides) and put the slices on the frying pan. If there is leftover egg just fry it as you would scrambled eggs.

Bacon Wrapped Eggs

Bacon Wrapped Eggs

Ingredients

8 slices thick cut bacon
6 Eggs
Cheese
Spices

Making Bacon Wrapped Eggs

This is very easy and straightforward, but looks incredible and tastes great! You will need a muffin tray for it.

Fry the bacon in a pan until it is brown but not crisp. Then put it aside and leave to cool. Preheat the oven to about 200°C. Now line six muffin tin cups with the bacon slices and cover the bottoms with smaller pieces of bacon. Crack an egg into each of the cups. Season well with salt, pepper and other herbs, like chives, thyme or any others you want. Now add some cheese on top and kick into the oven.

Bake until the eggs are set, ours took  about 10 minutes.