Sunday, January 27, 2013

Parmesan and Herbs Eggs In a Hole


This is a twist on a classic. All of my family thoroughly enjoy this.
I like to jazz mine up a bit by adding parmesan and herbs. It makes it a little fancy.
I can imagine this as a perfect Valentines Day breakfast or breakfast in bed.

Parmesan and Herbs, Eggs In a Hole

2 eggs
2 slices of bread
2 tablespoons butter
salt and pepper
1 to 2 tablespoons of parmesan cheese
thyme, basil and parsley -a sprinkle of each
cookie or biscuit cutter

1) Preheat skillet, add butter and melt. Place bread in pan and crack eggs and place
in each hole. Cook on one side and flip. Add spices and parmesan cheese.
Serve with fresh fruit, coffee, juice and the morning paper!


34 comments:

  1. This is such an amazing idea! Valentines Day breakfast is decided!

    xxx
    Jenna

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  2. Wooow... Looks amazing. I am so hungry but i must loose my weight wrrr :-p

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  3. I've always called it "eggs in a basket", but I've never added Parmesan and herbs to it. Sounds divine! And fancy :)

    You're making me super hungry for one right now!

    xo
    Alisha and Brandon {the blog}

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  4. So cute! Eggs in a hole are one of my favorites but you made them ao much lovelier:) xoxoox

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  5. So pretty! Love the heart cut out. My Mom used to make us heart PB&Js for Valentine's day when we were kids- brings back memories!

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  6. One of my all time favorite things (my aunt used to call it a Moon over Miami) and of course, you found a way to make it even better! Love this

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  7. Oh I just LOVE egg in a basket. This looks beautiful and yummy;)

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  8. So yummy and cute! I would love to be served this on V-day morning :)

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  9. yum! what a fun twist! we grew up calling it eggs in a basket :)))

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  10. Yum! That dish has my hubby's name all over it!!

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  11. My family loves eggs in a hole and I am definitely trying this one! -Rhoda

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  12. Well just give me a glass of champers and I am set!

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  13. Love this idea... looks delicious!

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  14. I've seen a post about eggs in a hole twice this week & I've never had them. It looks good!

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  15. Yum... I love toast and over-easy eggs! I'm certainly going to have to try this!!!

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  16. what a perfect and flavorful take on a classic! LOVE IT

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  17. it's so cute that i'd be sad to eat it. make no mistake though, i absolutely would!

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  18. This looks so creative. Although I don't eat eggs anymore I would have definitely tried this!
    xo
    Sharon

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  19. PS Your blog is so pretty and so are you. I'm now following!
    xo
    Sharon

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  20. I'm gonna go to bed now so I can dream about having this for breakfast :)

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  21. I need the hubs to check this version out for a breakfast in bed! Yum!!

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  22. My kids love doing this with their eggs and they love fried eggs. Will be trying the herbs no doubt. Love it Val, as usual. Hope you are happy and well, Love,

    Shauna xoxoxoxoxxo

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  23. I have never done this, but I love the idea! Perfect for Valentines Day with the heart:)

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  24. this looks so delish and love the heart shape… now I'm hungry. Breakfast in bed sounds amazing right now!

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  25. Such a cute breakfast for Valentine's! Love the addition of herbs.

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  26. This is one of my favorite breakfasts :) definitely making this for valentines day with the little hearts!

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  27. I think I make this once a week! Love the fancy additions. I will be adding those in next time! ;)

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  28. Frog in a Log
    Toad in a Hole
    Eggs in a Basket
    One Eyed Egyptian *NO idea where that one came from*

    And *facepalms* I HAVE a cookie cutter set in my drawer and NEVER thought to use it for this!!! I will this weekend!

    THANK YOU!!!

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  29. As kids, we called it egg in a nest .I am 62 years old, so it is a oldey but goodie.

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  30. We call it birds' nest and my grandson loves it!!!

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