Valentine’s Day Egg in a Hole

As a little kid I had two breakfasts that I would request, egg in a hole and cinnamon toast. Egg in a hole was by far my favorite. I loved toasty warm bread and gooey yolk. Plus I loved saying “egg in a hole” with extra emphasis on “hole.” This Valentine’s Day, I’m going to start my morning off with a Valentine egg in a hole.

Did you know Arkansas produces nearly 3 billion eggs each year?

this photo is of a traditional egg in a hole with a valentine's day twist


  • 1 egg
  • ¼ teaspoon Cavender’s Greek Seasoning
  • 1 slice white or wheat bread
  • 1 teaspoon butter


Spread butter on both sides of the bread. Using a bread knife cut a heart into the center. Place the bread in a skillet over medium high heat, crack an egg into the heart-shaped hole. Cook egg to taste, yolk can be runny or hard. Carefully flip the bread and egg to finish cooking and toasting. Toast the heart-shaped cut out in the same skillet. Serve warm.