Our family has a tradition of making "tulip eggs" for Easter breakfast -- the only time we ever have them! Brenda learned this tradition from a college friend & has carried it on to our kids. It's really just a fun & creative way to make eggs & toast. 😊
8 bread slices
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Generously butter both sides of bread. (It's a messy job!)
Gently press bread into muffin tin to make a tulip shape -- press the sides down in so the 4 corners of the bread stick up out of the tin (like a tulip). This will create a little cup-like center -- break an egg into the center of the tulip/bread. Season with salt & pepper.
Bake 17-20 minutes until eggs are cooked through. You should be able to lift the "tulips" out of the muffin tin & arrange on a plate (they'll stand up on their own).
Best enjoyed with a side of bacon & hash browns.
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