Bryce’s Egg-in-a-Hole

16 Mar

My nephew Bryce is staying with us this weekend and we decided to do some cooking. He is an up and coming Foodie, which I would like to encourage!  (He is also an author for this blog but we couldn’t figure out how to sign him in. Another day, maybe).

I decided that Egg-in-a-Hole would be a good breakfast dish that Bryce could make at home, and it’s a good one to take camping too.


First, cut a hole in the middle of a slice of bread. (The “Hole” part of Egg-in-a-Hole). You can use a glass or cookie cutter. Then butter the bread on both sides (including the Bread-Bit. Waste not want not).


Put the bread in a heated pan and crack an egg into the hole. (The “Egg-in-a” part of Egg-in-a-Hole).


When the bread starts to get brown underneath, flip it. (Nice flipping technique, Bryce).


Cook the egg to whatever softness/hardness you like, and enjoy! We enjoyed it with bacon, oranges, cherry tomatoes and jam.

Thanks for breakfast, Bryce!

Posted by “Truly Scrumptious” for “Baker Bryce”


4 Responses to “Bryce’s Egg-in-a-Hole”

  1. The Erratic Cook March 16, 2014 at 3:57 pm #

    Nicely done Bryce. Now I want breakfast for supper.

  2. cradics March 17, 2014 at 5:08 pm #

    Way to go cuz! Gotta support and encourage the up and coming foodies in the family. I had a little laugh when I saw this because I made Egg-in-a-Hole for breakfast that day. Who knows maybe we were eating egg-in-a-hole at the same time. We should have facetimed each other. Next time 😉

    • Truly Scrumptious March 17, 2014 at 6:08 pm #


      • cradics March 17, 2014 at 8:35 pm #

        Oh AND the little toast circle is THE BEST! It’s what dreams are made of.

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