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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

What Do You Do....

When your bread comes out looking a little Wholly?
(not sure if wholly is correctly spelled, but let's go with it:>)

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Make Eggs in a Nest Yumminess for you and your littles. 

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Grab some butter and Creole seasoning (it is seriously THE best!)

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Butter and season up your bread on both sides. Place on a preheated griddle (mine was at 350'). Crack your eggs inside the holes in the bread. Cook for a few minutes on each side. Enough to firm up your egg. My littles like the yoke hard, hubby and I love it soft. You choose.

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Once they're toasty and brown, enjoy them with a yummy fruit salad.

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This will definitely get your day of to a yummy start. Enjoy!

Also, have you noticed the makeover my little bloggy got over the weekend? I was feeling like I needed some pink and I decided to really commit. I made a new banner for the blog, as well as new buttons. Since you here, why don't you grab one:>









Hope your day is fabulous and don't forget to come back tomorrow. I will be sharing a new fun sewing project. I am so excited!

4 comments:

  1. Oh this looks awesome! So tasty will try it at the weekend!

    loving the new pink banner, gorgeous!

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  2. We have made those before, but it has been a while. I like it without the Creole seasoning....you just ruined it.:) I use to like that stuff until my husband, who is a coonass(not an ugly word..slang for Cajun), taught me salt, pepper and either red pepper flakes or just red pepper are so much better. I have to agree now. Looks yummy....I'm hungry now.

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  3. My sweetheart is a brilliant cook with anything complicated, but she burns eggs every time (without fail!) so I make this for her sometimes. We use a certain brand of Texas Toast (thicker and tastier!), a dash of finely powdered garlic salt, and a light sprinkle of red pepper. The thicker, flavourful toast helps keep the yoke from cooking too quickly or breaking, so it ends up a delicious, satisfying over medium. :) It's lovely with a good corned beef hash! ♥

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  4. What if I like scrambled? Ill have to test it out.

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