Sunny Side Up With Mickey Mouse

  My son loves sunny side up eggs so I have been trying to make them different ways to eat them.  Between or DisneySide party and our up and coming Disney Tween Fam Blog Event we are crafting Mickey Mouse. So when he asked for an sunny side up egg one morning, I decided to make it Mickey Mouse style!   

Sunny Side Up With Mickey Mouse


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Sunny Side Up With Mickey Mouse
Serves 1
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  1. 1 Egg
  2. Coconut Oil
  3. 1 Slice of Bread
  4. 1 Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter
  1. Place a slice of bread on a flat surface and press a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter down in the center of the bread.
  2. Next melt coconut oil in a frying pan and then place the Mickey Mouse cut out bread in the hot pan.
  3. Then crack open an egg in the Mickey Mouse opening. Cook until the under side of the egg firms up and gently flip the bread over without breaking the yolk.
  4. Finally cook for a few moments on the other side. Depending how you like your egg cooked will depend how long you will cook. My son likes the inside of the egg runny so I only cooked it for a few moments.
  5. Gently remove the egg/toast from the pan and serve.
  1. You can use the Mickey Mouse cut out by adding a favorite spread on top like jelly or jam. My son likes to dip his cut out in the runny yolk.
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I have heard of a cut out in bread with egg cooked in it called an egg in a hole. Adding fun shapes especially Mickey Mouse makes it all the more fun for kids to eat their meal! Needless to say this was a hit and I have made it a few times since making it the 1st time.    Yum

What fun egg in a hole cut outs have you made lately? 


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  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    What a fun idea. My kids would love this!!

  2. I have not done this but my kids would get a kick out of it. I made mickey mouse pancakes the other day and the were excited about that. This egg in the bread thing though- they’d love it.

  3. That is the cutest thing ever! I’ve got to make this for my daughter this weekend. She’ll flip her lid. Thanks!

  4. This is super cute and would probably be the only way I could get my guy to try eggs:)

  5. This is too cute. We love all things ?disney her so will be making this for sure.

  6. I make something like this for myself and my husband quite often. I love this variation for kids.

  7. That is super fun! I’m going to make a batch of this for breakfast this weekend. It’s equal parts delicious and cute. I love it.

  8. My kids love eggs in a basket as we call them. I will have to surprsie them with the mickey in the middle next time. Cute idea.

  9. Amy Desrosiers says:

    My kids would LOVE if I made them Mickey toast eggs! This is definitely a great idea for all!

  10. A very unique idea. We’ve got a ton of cookie cutters, this is another fun way to make use of them.

  11. Now that is super adorable. I am stealing this idea this weekend. Thanks for sharing.

  12. Awe, that is simply adorable! i never think of doing this but I will tomorrow. My kids would love these!

  13. Oh my goodness! No way! That is so adorable. I need to get a Mickey Mouse cookie cutter and try this.

  14. This is absolutely adorable. I like how you incorporated the Bread instead of the Plain Egg. Great Recipe

  15. What a cute idea! Never mind the kids – I’d like to make that for myself!

  16. It’s funny that you posted this! I was looking for how to do this for the kids-thanks!

  17. I am definitely going to try this, this weekend. I don’t have a cool cookie cutter like that but I do have one with the frontal Mickey ears so hopefully this will come out as cool as yours.

  18. Even though my kids are teens now, every once in awhile I surprise them with something cute like this. They roll their eyes but I know they actually like the attention!

  19. What breakfast isn’t better with Mickey Mouse? I will have to fix this one day.

  20. What a fun breakfast! I would have never thought to cut the Mickey out like that.

  21. I bet the kids would love this. I might surprise them this weekend. 😉

  22. Wow, It really kept its shape! This is such a cute Disney breakfast idea!

  23. This is absolutely adorable! I bet the kids get a kick out of this!

  24. I love Micky Mouse! How creative of you, good job!

  25. This is such a cute idea for the Disney or Mickey lover in anyone!

  26. This is a really great idea! My kids love Mickey Mouse! I will have to try and make this for breakfast soon!

  27. Yay for Mickey Mouse! Adorable idea, my kids will love it!

  28. How cute is that? We would love that for breakfast in our house!

  29. I really love this simple and cute idea! I would eat it just like this because I am a big kid!

  30. Oh how cute! All kids love Mickey, and what fun to have breakfast with him! Thanks for sharing!

  31. What a fun way to jazz up breakfast! These are too cute!

  32. I am not a kid but I want Mickey Mouse toast for breakfast! This looks delicious and would be a great breakfast.

  33. Jess Weaver says:

    How creative! My boys will love this! Thanks for sharing!

  34. Debbie Denny says:

    That is a great idea. I use round usually. Need to dig out the cutters.

  35. I love this idea. I never would have thought of using a cookie cutter to make an egg in a piece of toast.

  36. I am so doing this this weekend, the kids are gonna love it!!!

  37. These are so cute. I haven’t made cutout toast in a long time. This weekend this will be a fun breakfast when the kids come over.

  38. What an adorable and fun way to make eggs for breakfast! My kids would love this!

  39. This is such a cute idea. I have not tried this before. My kids would love it. I will have to see what cookie cutters i have.

  40. This is such a cute idea! I may just use this for easter!!

  41. How cute is this?! This is a yummy breakfast and adding Mickey just makes it that more special.

  42. of course!!! We love our eggs and toast this way and Mickey makes it better! Thanks for the idea.

  43. This is just too sweet of an idea! That would be a great way to surprise your family with a Disney trip! Surprise!

  44. That is super cute! What a neat way to make breakfast more fun!

  45. This is so cute! And I love the eggs in the toast breakfast too!!

  46. I have this cookie cutter. I totally have to make this. To remind myself, I shared it on my fan page!

  47. We’re proud passholders and go to our happy place often. I need to make this for one of our Disney jaunts!!

  48. We just tried Mickey Mouse pancakes the other morning. These are next on the list!

  49. This is such a cute ides. Disney fans of all ages will adore it!

  50. We just did hearts for Valentine’s Day the other day. My kids love egg in the hole.

  51. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    This is so creative! My grandchildren will love it! Thanks for the recipe!

  52. If you don’t have a biscuit cutter, just locate some mugs or
    something that you could make a mickey head with, and utilize that as a design template.

  53. Darla Peduzzi says:

    This is such a cute idea. I’ll have to try this for my little grandson!

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