Milk, Bread, and Eggs

Maybe a few other things! Everyone always goes out for Milk, Bread and Eggs during snow storms, but why? DO we all anticipate a craving for French Toast? Maybe…but here’s some other ideas (along with our Grown Ass Adult Things to Keep Stocked In Your Pantry and a few other ingredients to make your snow day food unique!

French Toast Breakfast Bake Muffins


  • Bread, Milk, Eggs
  • Vanilla Extract
  • Cinnamon
  • Sugar
  • Butter/Cooking Spray

Make it!

  • Preheat oven to 350
  • Grease Muffin Tins
  • Combine eggs and milk in 2 parts egg to 1 part milk format. Add in a teaspoon of Vanilla Extract for every single egg/milk combo, as well as 1 tbsp sugar for each as well.
  • Scoop into muffin tin, sprinkle with cinnamon
  • Bake 15-20 minutes, or until all egg is cooked thoroughly.
  • Eat with one hand while having some fun GAA Style.


Toad in a Hole


  • Bread
  • Eggs
  • Butter

Make It!

  • use a cookie cutter, or cup to cut a hole in the center of your bread slice
  • grease a frying pan with butter, crack an egg into a cup (careful not to break the yolk…unless you like scrambled eggs better, in which case…scramble it!)
  • Place bread in pan, Pour egg into bread hole.
  • Cook until bottom of egg is solid.
  • Use a greased spatula to flip bread.
  • Understand that your egg will break more often than not
  • View as metaphor, have existential crisis
  • Enjoy!


Mac And Cheesy Casserole!


  • Bread, Milk, Eggs
  • Pasta
  • Cheese Sauce
  • Shredded Cheese

Make it!

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • Make some very dry toast with bread. Crush it into bread crumbs.
  • Cook and Drain Pasta
  • Mix Eggs and Milk together (2 parts egg to 1 part milk)
  • Add jar of cheese sauce, mix together well (It’s ok if it’s runny. The eggs will actually cook) mix in shredded cheese (the more cheese you add, the goopier it will be, but when it cools, it will be harder to eat
  • Pour pasta into baking dish. Pour cheese sauce mixture over it, top with bread crumbs!
  • Bake for 20 minutes (or until eggs are cooked, and everything is gooey)
  • EAT



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