6/7/2008

Toad in the Hole

By Laura Moncur @ 5:00 am — Filed under:

Sometimes the most simple and traditional recipes turn out to be healthy. Take Toad in the Hole, for example:

Toad in the Hole by LauraMoncur from Flickr

This simple dish is delicious and healthy. Here is the recipe:

Toad in the Hole

Ingredients:

  • One slice of whole wheat bread
  • One egg
  • Non-stick cooking spray
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Directions:

  • Spray the pan with non-stick cooking spray.
  • Using a glass, cut a hole in the whole wheat bread.
  • Place the bread in the pan and crack the egg into the hole.
  • Add salt and pepper.
  • Put a lid on the pan and cook for four minutes.
  • Toast the round piece.

Calories: Approx. 150 WWPoints: 3

I like to have this for breakfast because it’s very filling and will last me even if my lunch hour comes late in the day.

Enjoy!

Update 03-18-10: I learned last month that this dish is NOT called Toad in the Hole. That is a sausages in Yorkshire Pudding dish, which I have never made nor tasted. This dish is called Eggs in a Nest. Mike’s mom always called this dish Toad in the Hole, so that’s what I called it here (since he taught me to make it). If you would like to see a variation of this recipe, here is another version:

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5 Responses to “Toad in the Hole”

  1. Michelle Says:

    …otherwise known as a Hole in One. My mom used to make those whenever we went camping. They were kind of a treat, because we never had them unless we were camping!

  2. iportion Says:

    Looks very good

    MMM

  3. Plough Says:

    Hey mate. ITs called toad in a hole here in Australia and always will be. That pork snag dish has never been heard of untill it was spread around on the internet.

  4. Elizabeth Says:

    @plough. I’m Australian and the first time I heard this described as toad in the hole was yesterday. When I was growing up we called this ‘Egyptian’s eye’ (why, I have no idea). Toad in the hole has always been sausages in a yorkshire pudding batter.

  5. Brirenew Says:

    @plough @Elizabeth I’m Australian and I also grew up referring to this as “Toad in the hole”. That’s what my step father told me it was called, and that’s what I will stick by. It wasn’t until today that I actually discovered the sausage dish when googling for toad in the hole.

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