Eggs in a Basket

Texas Toast (1 slice per each serving)  
(Use a biscuit cutter to cut out the center of the bread)
Melt Butter to coat bread on both sides
1 egg per slice of bread                                             

In a large skillet over medium heat, place one or two slices of Texas Toast that has been butter on both sides into the pan. Put a small slice of butter in center of cut out hole and add one egg to center; salt & pepper to desired taste.      

After egg and toast have browned on one side, turn bread over to brown the egg and bread on the other side. Make sure the white of the egg is cooked well and not runny.  Butter each leftover center and cook until brown on both sides.   
Serve plain or try maple syrup or honey drizzled over top.

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