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Cyclops Eyeballs: A Halloween Breakfast Dish

Published by Jerri Kitchin

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This is a goody from the 2016 Pillsbury Halloween pamplet. This would make an yummy breakfast dish, serve it up with your favorite breakfast foods (we opt for turkey bacon). I made this last year and while the adults enjoyed it, the younger kids weren’t that interested.

Cyclops Eyeballs

You will need:

1 can jumbo biscuits

8 eggs (depending on how many you’re making)

1 tablespoon ketchup

Cooking spray

Small glass dishes (6 oz size recommended)

First heat your oven to 375 F as you prepare your cyclops eyeballs. Then spray your dish with cooking spray so that the biscuits will not stick.

Now put in one biscuit and push it down and around dish. Make sure your biscuit has a rim at the top when done.

Break one egg and put it into biscuit.

Put your creations on a large cookie sheet and place into oven. Bake 18-22 minutes or until your biscuit is a golden brown and egg is cooked through.

When it’s done cooking, your egg yolk will still be runny (just make sure it’s cooked!). All of your biscuits will probably NOT look perfect.

Next, put your ketchup into a small bag that closes shut (like a Ziplock). Make sure your ketchup is in the corner. Cut a tiny hole in the corner and make a bloodshot eyeball pattern on your egg.

After that, serve and enjoy!



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