A classic Egg in a Hole is great just as it is.
Get a step-by-step recipe from Pioneer Woman Cooks.
What if you bake the egg into an avocado?
Or into a tomato.
Baked eggs in dinner rolls with hot sauce is the easiest/cheapest dinner ever.
A baked potato makes a very exciting hole.
An egg lends itself to teddy bear shapes.
Christmas morning-appropriate shapes.
Basically, any shape for which you own a cookie cutter.
This is is heart-shaped egg-in-a-hole FRENCH TOAST.
You can line a muffin tin with regular sandwich bread. Result: Twelve exciting holes.
Line a muffin tin or ramekin with shredded potatoes…
Get the recipe for Baked Eggs in a Crunchy Potato Crust.
But let’s not explore that territory too much because someone’s bound to make a gross joke.
Just because you put your egg in an exciting hole doesn’t mean you have to stop there.
Make it a part of something, like a Caesar salad…
This Caesar salad is served at NYC’s Redhead restaurant, and it is awesome.
.…or a grilled cheese sandwich.
Dress it up for a party appetizer by using quail eggs.