I first learned how to PEEK-A-BOO eggs from my Girl Scout Leader Aunt, when I was around 7 or 8. I butter one side of the bread and put it in the pan, then I cut the hole out with a small juice glass or a small mushroom can which has both ends cut off. I butter this side including the hole cut out hole and fry the bread until it's lightly golden. Flip over all the pieces and put a dot of butter in the cut out hole. Drop your egg in the middle and cook until the white is mostly cooked. Flip the egg and bread until the rest of the egg is cooked. It's easy to over cook and leave you with a hard cooked egg so use your finger to check the egg it should be slightly squishy. To serve I always put the grilled little cut out back on top of the egg. Small children always like to lift the lid and say Peek-A-Boo.
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I first learned how to PEEK-A-BOO eggs from my Girl Scout Leader Aunt, when I was around 7 or...