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Sheet Pan Egg in a Hole

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prep time 10 minutes
cook time 10 minutes
yield 12 servings

Overview

If you're looking for a simple meal for a crowd, you've come to the right place. Thanks to the mighty sheet pan, this is hands-down the most effortless way to prepare the traditional egg in a hole breakfast dish for friends, family, and brunch buddies in less than 20 minutes! The best part? While the recipe is super simple, the toppings can be everything but. You can easily keep your company happy (yes, even the picky eaters!) with a toppings bar that makes every plate customizable.

BY:Sugar & Soul

Ingredients

  • 12 slices brioche or thick-cut bread
  • 12 large Nellie's Free Range Eggs
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
  • Your favorite toppings

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 400F and grease a sheet pan with cooking spray.
  • Using a 2 1/4-inch biscuit cutter, cut a hole in the center of each slice of bread. Discard bread centers (or save for yolk dipping!) and arrange bread slices on the prepared pan.
  • Crack an egg into each hole and carefully place sheet pan in oven. Bake for about 7 1/2 minutes for a runny yolk, and 10 minutes for a fully cooked yolk. Keep in mind that ovens vary and the eggs will continue to cook slightly once pulled out of the oven.

Notes:

Need some inspiration for your toppings? Try a combination of bacon crumbles, goat cheese, hot sauce, basil, parsley, chopped tomatoes, red pepper flakes, salt, and pepper. Or, keep it simple with a dash of everything bagel seasoning. You can also try Southwest-themed accouterments like salsa, sour cream, cotija cheese, cilantro, and even guacamole.

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