Play with your food.... It's the adult thing to do!
Complexity Level: EasyPlay with your Food Breakfast!
What You Need:
2 Slices Bread
1 tsp Olive Oil
1/2 tbsp Butter
Ok, so this is seriously simple. And I also made stars. But you know what, this was so much fun, so fun to eat, and man it was just.... YUM!
I don't have many cookie cutters, so I just used a knife to draw my shapes. The point is, no matter how you do it, make a shape in your bread. For Valentine's Day, I just figured a heart would be so super romantic - the heart shaped egg Oozing with love and passion! (i'm a dork ;) )
To start, heat you olive oil and butter in a medium skillet. Cut your shape out of your break, and place the brea into the skillet. Crack your egg and place it into the center of the cut-out shape. Sprinkle with salt and/or pepper. Heat about 2 minutes then flip. Cook 2-3 more minutes then plate!
If you want to add the chives, add them when the egg is still raw. I served this without more bread, but with freshly sliced tomatoes sprinkled with salt and a pinch of garlic powder.
It was seriously some of the best breakfast I've had in a while, and just so adorable! How perfect for kids, holidays, and anydays!
I hope you enjoy -- Have fun with your food! It's therapeutic ;)
so cute!! I love this idea, and it is a perfect valentine breakfast. I'm thinking my daughter would love this when she's a little older too, such a playful breakfast dish!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I had maybe too much fun with it! I was thinking of even doing them for Birthdays! Cut out the numbers (most likely scramble to eggs for those ones) but wouldn't they just be so fun! I hope you both enjoy these one day! Thanks for stopping by BB today ;)ReplyDelete
awwwwww!!! How fun is this.ReplyDelete
@Claire: You're reaction is priceless ;)ReplyDelete
Very cute! I would love to have this for breakfast any time!ReplyDelete
Oh I love this!ReplyDelete
Thanks guys;). I was thinking about making Mickey mouse ones! How fun;) thanks for stopping by!!ReplyDelete