I've made lots of different sorts of breakfasts. Omelets are usually our favorite, but it takes a while to make everyone an omelet.
Then I discovered Eggs in the Hole, courtesy of Pioneer Woman's cookbook. Alex asks for them every morning now.
Start off by melting some butter in an iron skillet. I didn't get a picture of this part because it hadn't dawned on me to blog about this yet. Use a pretty low temperature.
Use a biscuit cutter to cut holes in slices of bread, and lay the bread in the melted butter.
Break your eggs into the hole.
Let them cook until the whites aren't transparent anymore. I like to put the holes in the pan, too, and I can flip them up and check for brownness. When the holes are brown, the big slices will be, too.
And ... flip!
Let them cook to your preferred state of egg-cooked-ness. I prefer over medium, because then you have some yolk to mix with your butter fried bread. So delicious.