There’s nothing cozier than a Blackstone toad in a hole recipe, especially on a chilly Sunday morning. I usually make toad in a hole with a bread slice with a “hole” in the middle, then filled with eggs.
Toad in the hole is a traditional British dish. While it is typically oven-baked, many people have been cooking toad in the hole on their Blackstone griddle.
Cook this Backstone toad in a hole recipe and you’ll be adding your favorite veggies to the dish. It will become a Blackstone breakfast favorite for the whole family!
Blackstone Toad In A Hole Recipe
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 5 minutes
Ingredients to make Toad in a hole on Blackstone griddle
- 4 slices white wheat or sourdough bread
- 4 eggs
- 2 tablespoon butter
- salt and black pepper
Direction for Blackstone Toad in a hole Recipe
- Preheat griddle to medium heat. Add the butter by spreading it around.
- Cut hole in the center of each slice of bread.
- Place the slices of bread on the griddle and crack an egg into the holes in each slice of bread.
- Cook until the bread begins to brown, then flip and cook until the egg whites are firm.
- Remove from the griddle, and season with salt, and black pepper before serving.
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