Eggs In A Nest

By Laura Moncur @ 10:00 am — Filed under:

Toad in the Hole by LauraMoncur from FlickrA long time ago, I told you about a recipe that I mistakenly called Toad in the Hole:

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).

I love to make Eggs in a Nest, but eating it every day can get boring, so I made a variation of it that is a little like French Toast without the syrupy calories.

Eggs In A Nest by LauraMoncur from Flickr

Eggs in a Nest

Eggs In A Nest by LauraMoncur from FlickrIngredients:

  • One slice of whole wheat bread
  • One egg
  • Non-stick cooking spray (or canola oil – add 1 Point per teaspoon)
  • One packet of Stevia
  • Cinnamon to taste


  • Spray the pan with non-stick cooking spray (or add the oil to the pan).
  • Using a glass, cut a hole in the whole wheat bread and place the bread in the pan.
  • Crack the egg into a bowl. Mix half the packet of Stevia and cinnamon with the egg and beat lightly. Pour the egg mixture into the hole.
  • Sprinkle the rest of the Stevia packet and cinnamon over the toast and egg.
  • Put a lid on the pan and cook for four minutes.
  • Toast the round piece (or throw it away if you want to limit your Points).

Calories: Approx. 150 WWPoints: 3 (4 if you use canola oil)

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