Cheesy Eggs on Toast

Cheesy Eggs on Toast

(1 serving)    Printable Version
  • 1 slice of bread (any kind)
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 tablespoons of grated cheese (any kind)
If you're looking for hot breakfast at its most basic, you might want to give this one a try. It's nothing fancy - just eggs and cheese on toast.

It's no-fuss dishes like this that remind us that eggs are pretty great without a lot of added ingredients. It's the same with toast. If you have a quality bread, you're almost doing it a disservice by piling on flavors that hide its taste. This recipe was submitted by "cantinanana" in 2002. I made it and took these pictures in November 2012. Better late than never. At least that's what my very satisfied belly is telling my now.

The only change I made to recipe shown here was to add a teaspoon of milk to the eggs before beating them. I find that it makes the scrambled eggs just a little more fluffy.

Cheesy Eggs on Toast

How To Make Cheesy Eggs on Toast

Place small non-stick skillet on stove and heat on medium-low until warm. Crack eggs into a bowl, beat well, and astir in the cheese.

Pour into warm skillet and stir until eggs are soft or firm (depending how you like them). While eggs are cooking, toast bread.

Top the toasted bread with cooked eggs. If desired, season with a little salt and pepper. Serve hot.

Cheesy Eggs on Toast

A super simple, yet very satisfying breakfast. Just three ingredients: eggs, cheese and bread.

Mr Breakfast would like to thank cantinanana for this recipe.

Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Cheesy Eggs on Toast?
Overall Average Rating = 4 (out of 5)
Based on 7 votes.

From F.F.G.
Rating (out of 5):  

Good. Simple. Best with salsa.

Comment submitted: 12/27/2015 (#19718)

From Tim77
Rating (out of 5):  

I make this all the time. Sometimes, if I have an extra hot sauce packet from Del Taco or Taco Bell, I add a dash of that at the end.

Comment submitted: 3/29/2013 (#15509)

From snakegriffin
Rating (out of 5):  

I used some butter on the skillet because although I think it is non-stick, I don't trust it from previous experience :P Came out pretty good, first time making scrambled eggs that weren't hard and in one piece haha :D

Comment submitted: 1/8/2012 (#13402)

From Cameron

Kevin, the key word in that method was a NON-STICK skillet. And also, if you feel it needs it, you don't need to follow a recipe directly. Most writers assume the reader knows a little about cooking, so doesn't write the obvious.

Comment submitted: 12/28/2009 (#9316)

From ginman
Rating (out of 5):  

This is good but a little plain.

Comment submitted: 8/18/2009 (#8564)

Official Member: Team BreakfastFrom kittylvr (Team Breakfast Member)
Rating (out of 5):  

Hey I am a 12 year old its so funny she loved it!!! She doesn't even know how easy it was awww

Comment submitted: 5/9/2009 (#8087)

From Kevin
Rating (out of 5):  

This was horrible! You said to put it in a skilllet and it just went all hard and burnt. I thought there has to be milk or oil or somthing instead of just putting it into a dry skillet!

Comment submitted: 3/9/2009 (#7733)

From k dog
Rating (out of 5):  

Best food I ever tasted!

Comment submitted: 2/17/2007 (#1549)

From Cheesy McCheesy

Sounds nice, but the name makes it sound a bit tacky, anything with cheesy in it makes me think of those cheap orange cheese snacks!

Comment submitted: 9/2/2006 (#258)

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