In my last post, I saw this:
Well say no more Ms. Hungry Scholar - Fit n Fresh is here to save the day! It's crazy to me that everyone doesn't already know how to make these, Momma Fit used to cook them up for me all the time as a kid. Go Momma!
First, you need to gather all the ingredients.
That was easy. I love easy! Which probably explains why I love one eyed jacks so much. Next, take a small juice glass and press it down into the middle of your bread.
It will leave you with a nice little 'eye'! You could also use your hands for this part and just rip out a circle in the middle, but I like to be professional with my breakfasts.
Get your griddle or pan ready so that it's nice and hot! You can put a little butter on both sides of the bread, but I normally just spray it with olive oil. Throw your bread on the pan, as well as your little eye - waste not, want not!
Now comes the fun part! Crack your egg open and drop it right down in the middle of your bread. Like so:
Let it sit for a few minutes and then give it a little flip.
Leave it alone for a minute or two and then - ta dah!! Breakfast is served!
Now seriously, how good does that look? And it took me about five minutes from start to finish. The yolk stays nice and gooey and the bread gets nice and crusty.
A perfect day following each breakfast is guaranteed. Now it's your turn!
What was your favorite breakfast as a child?