A classic Egg in a Hole is great just as it is. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF thepioneerwoman.com Get a step-by-step recipe from Pioneer Woman Cooks. But there is more. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF 1. What if you bake the egg into an avocado? stuffimake.tumblr.com VERY EXCITING. stuffimake.tumblr.com Recipe here. 2. Or into a tomato. abeautifulbite.com Get the recipe. 3. Into a bread boat with bacon and tomatoes. pureimajennation.com Get the recipe. 4. Bake it into an acorn squash. magda-whatsfordinner.blogspot.com Get the recipe. 5. In a bell pepper. natashaskitchen.com Get the recipe. 6. In an eggplant. primalpalate.com Get the recipe. 7. In onion rings. apronstringsblog.com Get the recipe. 8. Baked eggs in dinner rolls with hot sauce is the easiest/cheapest dinner ever. cityhippyfarmgirl.com Get the recipe. 9. Presenting: Huevos in a hole. thepioneerwoman.com Get the recipe. 10. Nestle your egg into a skillet of tomato sauce, then bake. merci-mama.com Get the recipe. 11. Or into an entire casserole. bonappetit.com Get the recipe. 12. A baked potato makes a very exciting hole. homecookinginmontana.blogspot.com Get the recipe. 13. So does a doughnut. eatocracy.cnn.com eatocracy.cnn.com Get the recipe. 14. An egg lends itself to teddy bear shapes. cutezcute.com 15. Dog shapes. instructables.com instructables.com 16. Flowers. spoonful.com 17. Christmas morning-appropriate shapes. hanielas.com 18. Basically, any shape for which you own a cookie cutter. siriouslydelicious.blogspot.com 19. This is is heart-shaped egg-in-a-hole FRENCH TOAST. pocketchangegourmet.com Get the recipe. marthastewart.com Cookie cutters aren't the only way. Get the recipe. 20. You can line a muffin tin with regular sandwich bread. Result: Twelve exciting holes. anediblemosaic.com Get the recipe. 21. Line a muffin tin or ramekin with shredded potatoes... twolazygourmets.com Get the recipe for Baked Eggs in a Crunchy Potato Crust. 22. ...with ham, turkey, or salami slices... cbc.ca Get the recipe. 23. ...or with thinly sliced potatoes. showfoodchef.com Get the recipe. 24. There are exciting holes that aren't made of other food. sodelicio.us Get it here. 25. neatlysmart.com missionrs.com But let's not explore that territory too much because someone's bound to make a gross joke. 26. Just because you put your egg in an exciting hole doesn't mean you have to stop there. food.com Get the recipe. 27. Make it a part of something, like a Caesar salad... newyork.seriouseats.com This Caesar salad is served at NYC's Redhead restaurant, and it is awesome. 28. ...a burger... patiodaddiobbq.com patiodaddiobbq.com Get the recipe. 29. ...or a grilled cheese sandwich. Francesco Tonelli Recipe here. 30. Dress it up for a party appetizer by using quail eggs. marthastewartweddings.com 31. If all else fails, just cover it in cheese. marthastewart.com (In this case, ricotta and Parmesan.) Get the recipe.