Fun Halloween Breakfast Ideas: How to Make Spider Toast on Eggs by 30Seconds Food

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Fun Halloween Breakfast Ideas: How to Make Spider Toast on Eggs

Start Halloween day off right by serving your kids this fun breakfast. Nothing crazy here your kids won't eat – just eggs and toast with a spooky twist!

Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 1


Here's how to make it:

  1. Cut two circles, one larger than the other, out of one piece of the toast for the spider's body.
  2. Cut eight "legs" out of the remaining toast.
  3. Put the cooked eggs onto a plate.
  4. Build the spider out of the cut bread.
  5. With a dot of the sour cream or yogurt, attach the sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds or almonds for the eyes.
  6. Put a little yogurt or sour cream into a plastic sandwich bag. Snip the end off with scissors to form a piping bag. Carefully pipe the spider's web onto the plate. Serve. 

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Pumpkin Seeds $3 & Up
Sunflower Seeds $2 & Up
Almonds $4 & Up

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Donna John
How cute is this????
Elisa Schmitz
Simple, easy, fun and best of all - kids will love to eat it!

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