Thursday, 8 August 2013

Egg in a toast

Sleeping habit is very important to me.  I grew up with early sleeping time and thus I imposed a 9:00 - 9:30pm bedtime for my kids since young.  Unfortunately my hubby is totally different from I, he won't be able to sleep early.

Thus with daddy around, my kids will negotiate for later sleeping time whereas when daddy is not around, I take no such nonsense.  My girl generally needed a much longer sleeping hour to function properly in the morning.  Whereas my boy is a wake up kid since baby, thus he doesn't need that much even though it will be good for him.

Anyway, for week days, breakfast is always a rush affair because of the beauty sleep.  Thus I need to be creative to entice my little one to eat a proper breakfast.  

Always admire mommies who can come up with awesome looking bento but unfortunately this mommy is not creative at all when it comes to food, so here is a simple egg in a toast for today.

Definitely room for improvement.   

I’m submitting this to LTU August – Eggs that was originally organized by Zoe@Bake for Happy Kids and Mui Mui@My Little Favourite DIY & is currently hosted by Yen@Baby Sumo of Eat Your Heart Out.

What you need:

2 slices of white bread
1 egg
salt and pepper


Spread butter onto both slices of white bread.

Using a shaped cutter, cut a hole in one of the slices.

With a heated non stick pan, place bread with butter side down and slowly brown it.

Quickly crack an egg into the cut bread.  Slowly cooking till white turned opaque.

Carefully remove from pan and place it on the other bread slice.  

Sprinkle salt and pepper.

Serve hot.

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri to all my Muslim readers.


  1. Hi Edith, I did give this a try too but didn't work out nice. Will try again until I get a very nice egg in a toast and will post it. Happy Holidays to you, Edith :)

    1. It was my first try too. Am glad that it went well. Try again.

  2. this looks like an extremely beckoning breakfast

  3. I saw this on Jessie's blog this morning too, such a nice way to serve eggs. Thanks for linking to LTU!

    1. Who is Jessie? Can give me the link?

    2. Edith, it should be this Jessie:

    3. I saw this at Eugene Kitchen but she used baguette
      Tempted to try cos I love this kind of breakfast, too
      Perhaps soon, especially after looking at yours - made me drooling :)

    4. Thanks. I didn't know Eugenie Kitchen has it. I only saw her dessert videos and they are very interesting.


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