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Instead of discarding the cut-out bread circles, serve them with the baked sandwiches to soak up the runny egg yolks. Or toast them and serve topped with your favourite Kraft Pure Jam.
Create a different look for each sandwich by using a variety of cookie cutters to make the bread cutouts.
Prepare as directed, cutting the ingredients in half and using an 8-inch square baking dish.
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Haven't made it yet but grew up with my dad calling it Egg in a Nest, cooked in the frying pan and cheese or syrup on the side not baked with it. Loved that and I'm sure I will like this too
This is NOT English toad in the ****. Toad in the **** is sausages baked in a Yorkshire pudding.
Was looking for a fun breakfast idea. Made this and overcooked it a bit and the toast was getting hard so my wife whipped up a quick batch of hollandaise sauce to put on to and it was excellent. We called it toad-in-the-swamp. Will deffinately make it again.