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Day 301: Ghost Toast

Ingredients:

Egg, slice of bread, butter/margarine, and a ghost shaped cookie cutter.

Directions:

Cover one side of a piece of bread with butter or margarine and cut out a ghost shape (reserve for later). Put the non-buttered side into a very warm buttered frying pan. Turn over when slightly browned. Crack an egg into a bowl (scrambling is optional) and slowly add the egg to the center of the ghost shape. When ready, flip the egg over, cook to desired readiness and serve.

Cook up the reserved ghost shape in the pan to desired readiness and serve with the egg.

Remember to let you child help by buttering the bread, cutting out the ghost shape, and cracking the egg into the bowl.

Tip: Any cookie cutter can be used for this fun treat.

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