A Hearty Breakfast in Se7en Steps…

I know Valentines Day has passed but it’s hard for some of us to let it go… and all those pretty hearts!!! So for the person in my house who battling to move on from the hearty season we made breakfast together and this is what you are aiming for:

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Let’s Meet The Players:

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  • A slice of bread
  • An egg
  • A dab of butter

Let’s Play The Game:

  1. Cut a heart shape out of your bread using a cookie cutter (it needn’t be a heart, any shape will do!!!).
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  3. Pop your butter into the pan.
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  5. Once your butter has melted pop the bread cut out and shape into the pan.
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  7. Now crack your egg into the shape.
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  9. Let them bubble away until they are as done as you like them.
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  11. Flip them.
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  13. And you are done!!!
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Thanks Hood #3 for a very hearty breakfast!!!

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Bon Appetito!!!

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And lots of little hearts to you!!!

18 Replies to “A Hearty Breakfast in Se7en Steps…”

  1. That’s a favorite here with a couple of kids, but I’ve only ever done a circle cut out with a cup…I’ve never thought of using a cookie cutter. Great idea!

  2. Hi V, Don’t be overwhelmed – they arrive one at a time and you live and learn with them!!! Can you imagine if you had all of them from one day to the next!!! You have a good week!!!

  3. Hi J, Yup!!! I have made sure that each kid comes out of these holidays with one new recipe under there belt!!! I guess when you have made hearty breakfast for our family two or three times – thirty hearty breads later you have the skill!!! Hope you guys have a fun week!!!

  4. aaah, so precious. Kendra will LOVE these. She loves anything with hearts “because I can see how much you love me”. Bless!!!

    So I make heart pancakes for her all the time…

    And it is their birthday on Monday

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