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  • Brianne Abel

    use canning lids to make perfect round eggs for breakfast sandwiches

  • Holly Leean

    Want perfectly round eggs for homemade egg sandwiches? Use canning jar rings to make eggs for biscuit sandwiches on griddle or fry pan. Spry the inside of the rings with cooking spray. Set on griddle, add the egg and cook until set, remove the ring and flip the egg to finish cooking. Great idea!

  • Aileen Dorathea

    canning lids to make perfect round eggs for McMuffins...man, now i gotta go get some mason jars

  • Libby Grotewold

    Canning jar lids to make round eggs for biscuit or English muffins

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