One of my favorite ways to eat eggs is pickled beet eggs. Yum!
They need to sit in the brine for enough time. If they don’t, I won’t eat them. My grandma B. used to just pass the hard boiled eggs in the brine and then pass them off as pickled beet eggs. Yuck!
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I have a confession. No matter what, I cannot make hard boiled eggs the conventional way. The eggs’ yolks don’t fully cook.
I have an egg cooker that I use at times. However, I didn’t want to use the egg cooker when I was cooking up the eggs my sons were going to dye using Kool Aid.
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Almost 2 years ago, we went to Walt Disney World. Hubby got us reservations for Chef Mickey’s at the Contemporary so that we could met Mickey and the gang.
It was there that I discovered the breakfast pizza. Delicious! I’ve found recipes for the pizza but hadn’t tried to make the pizza until tonight.
This is an easy recipe so that’s a win for me.
My plate from Chef Mickey’s
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My two love French toast cooked by Moi instead of from the freezer section. The Imaginative One gets a headache with store bought French toast/sticks.
French toast is simple to make and you can try a variety of different breads. I usually use sandwich bread or if I want to make sticks I’ll use Texas toast bread because it’s thicker. When I made it on Saturday, I used ciabatta bread for Hubby, Imaginative One, and myself. I used sandwich bread for the Wee One because he likes me to cut them into strips.
BTW: Did you know ciabatta is Italian for slipper?
French toast cooking on the griddle
Finished French toast
Stars of the recipe:
- 1 large egg for every 2 pieces of French toast
- 1 – 2 Tbsp. milk for every 2 pieces of French toast
- 1 tsp cinnamon for every two pieces of French toast
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract for every two pieces of French toast
- toppings: maple syrup, butter, fruit, powder sugar
- Warm up a flat griddle pan (my favorite) or skillet over med. heat.
- In a flat wide pan, whisk together egg, milk, cinnamon, and vanilla extract.
- Using a fork or tongs, dip your bread into the egg mixture making sure to cover both sides. (You may need to let it drip a little bit to get rid of excess egg before transferring it to your pan.)
- spray your griddle pan or skillet with cooking spray.
- Transfer it to skillet or griddle pan.
- Allow it to cook until golden brown on both sides (3 to 4 minutes on the first side and 1 to 2 minutes on the second side.)
- Transfer to a plate.
- Enjoy with whatever toppings you like!