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French Toast Egg in a Hole Preparation:

  • Cinnamon, Ground 2 Tsp
  • Caster, Sugar 2 Tbsp
  • Butter 4 Tbsp
  • Eggs 4.0 pc
  • Toast, 1 Slice, (The Thicker The Better)
  • Milk 59.0 ml
  • Nutmeg, ground
  • Oil, Vegetable
  • Bread, Soughdough Or Any Thick Bread 8 Thick Slice
  • Maple syrup

Bacon Sandwich Preparation:

  • Dijon mustard
  • Cheese, Melting, Gouda Or Gruyere
  • Ham, Thick Slices, Optional



  1. French Toast Egg in a Hole Preparation:

    • Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C.
    • Mix the sugar and cinnamon together on a plate, set aside.
    • Melt the butter in a large non stick pan over medium heat.
    • Take two eggs and whisk in a medium bowl with the milk.
    • Quickly dip the bread into the egg mixture and let the excess drip off.
    • Use a shot glass to cut a hole in the middle of each piece of bread. Save the middle.
    • Place on the pan and cook on each side for a few minutes until golden brown.
      Remove the bread from the pan and toss them on the plate with the sugar to coat.
    • Place on a baking pan lightly coated with vegetable oil.
    • Crack the 2 remaining eggs on a flat surface and drop in the middle of each hole
    • Bake for approximately 15 minutes, until the egg whites have firmed.
    • Serve with maple syrup and enjoy!
  2. Bacon Sandwich Preparation:

    • Spread each slice of warm French toast with Dijon mustard.
    • Top each piece with three slices ham and sprinkle with melting cheese. Place on a baking sheet.
    • Grill for about 2 minutes, until ham is toasted and cheese is bubbling and melted.
  3. Chef's Tips:

    • Cracking an egg on a flat surface prevents the shell from being pushed inside.
    • Using slightly stale bread helps prevent too much of the egg mixture from seeping in, which can result in soggier French Toast. However, since we bake these in the oven, the toast has plenty of time to firm up.
    • I used regular white bread, sourdough or wheat would be great options as well!
    • Keep an eye on the bacon sandwiches in the oven; they burn quickly.