eggy bread

Eggy bread

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Eggy bread

Difficulty: Easy

Time: 5 minutes + 10 minutes cooking

Serves: 2

Eggy bread, or french toast is one of our favourite lunches. It’s one of the few ways Hannah will eat egg, and thankfully, now that Lewis is on solids he seems to be a fan too. Now that we’ve made this together a few times, Hannah can almost do the whole thing for herself with just a little supervision.


4 slices of bread
3 eggs


Crack the eggs into a bowl

Get your toddler to gently tap the egg on the rim of the bowl. Once it starts to crack they can push their fingers in and crack it open. With a bit of practice Hannah has become quite good at this but if a bit of shell does slip in I just use a larger bit to fish it out (shell sticks better to shell than it does your finger).


Add a splash of milk

You just enough to loosen the mixture a little – a table spoon or two. You might want to add some seasoning at this point. I tend to leave out salt and pepper if the kids are eating with us though.

Whisk the eggs

This is always Hannah’s favourite part. Either give your toddler a fork or a hand whisk to mix the eggs and milk together.

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Coat the bread in the egg mixture

Dip one slice of bread in the eggs. This is an easy thing for your toddler to help with. Once one side is coated they can just use their hands to turn it over and do the other side. (Make sure you wipe their hands once you’re finished.)

Fry the bread

Add a little oil to a frying pan, then cook the bread for 2-3 minutes on each side. Use a fish slice to flip it over. I don’t tend to let Hannah near the hob yet, as I can’t quite trust her not to burn herself. She’s allowed on the counter still but i’ve set a boundary that she’s not allowed to cross when the gas is on. To keep her busy I try and get her to help get plates and cutlery ready.

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Use a fish slice to pop the eggy bread on to plates and serve. We sometimes just enjoy it with a bit of butter but you could add jam or fruit – anything you like really, sweet or savoury.

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