Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Sunshine Toast - part deux

These are a favorite around Audrey's house. We had a lot of fun on this project and it was super easy. Audrey loves these and her father makes them for her on a regular basis. Now she is learning to cook them for him. We used a recipe from our 30 Healthy Things to Cook and Eat cards by Usborne. They have a lot of great recipes we are planning to use. This recipe is simple:
  • bread
  • egg
  • butter
Butter the bread, cut a hole in the middle large enough for the egg, crack egg into hole (or bowl if you are worried about shells), bake in the oven for 7 minutes at 400°F.


Audrey's Task:
  1. crack egg (her favorite task, she is getting a lot better)
Mom's Tasks:
  1. butter bread and cut hole for egg
  2. pour egg into hole
  3. place toast in oven
  4. spread jam on toast
We made this meal as part of a linkup. Please visit Food with Kid Appeal to see the other entries. Our thanks to Jenna for inviting us and for offering such a great idea. We plan to do more of these as we had fun with this one.

As I said, this is super easy. Mainly because you can place it in the oven, set a timer, and go do something else. Also, in Audrey's father's family they spread strawberry jam on this toast. It sounds bad but tastes good. Here are a few pictures:

3 comments:

  1. thanks for linking up to bwlf. i love how you list kid tasks and mom tasks! we've never tried strawberry jelly on our egg toast. please include a link from your post here, to this week's BWLF post on my blog!

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  2. Papa Mike and I do a variation of this that we call egg in a next. Rather than bake - we fry. The buttered hole fried is the best part. Raspberry Jelly is even better! Just as Papa!

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  3. Papa Mike and I do a variation of this that we call egg in a nest. We fry the toast and egg rather than bake it. Also the buttered hole fried is the best part especially when covered with raspberry jelly. Just ask Papa!

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