|We call it Sun Toast.|
What You'll Need
1 Slice of bread ( I use 100% whole wheat)
1 pat of butter, less than a Tablespoon
1 Juice glass or biscuit cutter to create the hole
Spatula, to flip
What You'll Do
|1. Melt butter over Medium heat. Don't burn it!|
2. While the butter is melting, take your juice glass or biscuit cutter, about 3 inches in diameter, and press out a circle of bread from your slice. I use 100% whole wheat bread.
|3. Plop the bread into the butter once melted. Then crack open the egg right into the hole. Does anyone else see a heart in the yolk?|
|4. Fry for 1 - 2 minutes then flip over to fry the other side for another 2 minutes. Cook for a shorter time if your kids like their yolk runny. Take off the heat, plate, and serve when hot.|
|Yummy, fast, easy, nutritious, delicious!|
Like I said, this is such a good breakfast when sending off our young minds. It gets our tiniest scholars the protein they need to feel full until lunch time and feeds their bodies with the energy they need to get through their busy morning. Add some fruit and a glass of milk and even the Surgeon General would be sharing this post, maybe even become a Follower, too. How about you?
What go-to breakfast meals do you make for your kids before sending them off to school? I would love to know (we could use the variety).