The 👧🏼👧🏼’s are still sleeping 😴 ☔️ but this guy has already whipped up two rounds of breakfast 🍳! What do you call this breakfast with eggs and toast? It’s a classic in our family! And of course we had to whip up some protein bites. Something that tastes like cookie dough...but is packed with plant protein and veggies...is just always a good idea. #toadinthehole#rainyday#breakfasttime#littlechef#healthylivingrevolution 🥜 🍯 🥚🌱👦🏼
Well yes the sun's been shinning but that chills still in the air. A friend of mine is holding off on the comfort food, simply because the weathers been so mild. Well I've gone and made a few wintery dishes. Anyone got an in-between dish?! Not quite Winter not quite Summer?!?
It’s toad in the hole. Sounds strange yet tastes so good! It’s just a simple recipe of sausages baked in a Yorkshire pudding batter, tastes so good you'll keep coming back for more.⠀
TOAD IN THE HOLE⠀
150 ml milk⠀
150 ml water⠀
pinch of salt⠀
125 grams plain flour⠀
12 pcs Good Old Butcher Sausage of your choice⠀
Pre-heat the oven to 220°C ( around 400°F )⠀
Pour the milk and water into the blender (or bowl). Add the eggs and a pinch of salt. Mix until combined. Add the flour and mix well on a medium/high setting until there are no lumps. Set the batter aside for 10 minutes.⠀
Pour a small amount of oil into 12 holes of a standard muffin tin. Place the muffin tins in the oven to heat up whilst the batter rests.⠀
Carefully remove the tins from the oven and add a sausage to each hole.⠀
Pour over the batter and bake in the middle of the oven for 20-25 minutes.⠀
Serve with salad or more traditionally, covered in gravy.⠀
Did you know that this Toad in a Hole Recipe with Onion Gravy & Veg only costs $3.11 per serve?! Toad in the Hole
6 Pepper & Worcestershire Beef Sausages from @tasmanbutchers
1 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
120g plain flour
½ teaspoon salt
100ml skim milk
1 brown onion, finely sliced
50g gravy powder
1. Preheat oven to 200°C fan-forced.
2. Place oil and sausages into a 20cm x 30cm rectangular baking dish.
3. Once oven is hot cook sausages in the oven for 20 minutes.
4. Meanwhile mix flour and salt together, add milk and eggs and whisk together until smooth.
5. Set aside to rest.
6. Making sure the oil in the dish is sizzling, pour batter into the baking dish.
7. Place back into the oven and turn the oven up to 220°C, bake for another 25-30 minutes, until golden brown.
8. Meanwhile make gravy.
9. Place 250ml of water and the sliced onion into a medium saucepan and bring to the boil.
10. Mix 50ml of water into the gravy powder to make a paste.
11. Slowly add remaining 250ml of water to avoid making lumps.
12. Once the onion and water is boiling add gravy mix, stir well and reduce to a simmer.
13. Serve toad in the hole with onion gravy and your choice of vegetables.