Sunny-Side-Up Dessert

April Fool’s, Eggs on Toast Dessert
April Fool’s, Eggs on Toast Dessert
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1 tbsp Butter softened
4 slices Pound cake
½ cup Vanilla Yogurt
4 halves Canned Apricot preserves

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Sunny-Side-Up Dessert


There are no eggs in this Sunny-Side-Up Dessert but you wouldn’t know without tasting it. Fool your families and guests this April with our April Fool’s dessert.

Made with cake slices that look like slices of toast, buttered and toasted in a skillet until golden and crispy and topped with spoonfuls of vanilla yogurt resembling egg whites and canned apricot halves for the sunny-side yolk.

To make Sunny-Side-Up Dessert, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Sunny-Side-Up Dessert

Steps to make Sunny-Side-Up Dessert


Butter cake slices


Spread 1 tablespoon of butter, evenly, over both sides of the 4 cake slices.




Toast the buttered pound cakes in a skillet over medium-high heat for about 15-30 seconds until golden brown.


Prepare dessert


Transfer toasted cake slices to serving plates and spread spoonfuls of vanilla yogurt over the top. Place an apricot half in the center of the yogurt to look like a sunny-side-up fried egg.



Serve immediately and enjoy!

This Sunny-Side-Up Dessert is just a fun dish to serve that is full of surprises. Expect a fried egg but taste a sweet apricot half in vanilla yogurt. What are your thoughts on this idea? Let us know and tag #cookmerecipes online!

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Total Reviews: 11
Audra Messier

I'm going to be honest, the yogurt just doesn't taste good with this in my opinion..I switched it out for some whipped cream and it tasted way better.

Mollie Jutson

Fooled my mom last year with a meatloaf cupcake, going to be trying this one this year, wish me luck!

Jenny Kastan

This is so freaking awesome, lol. I'm going to be making this for my boyfriend next time instead of myself, I just couldn't resist a bite after seeing how sweet it looked.

Katalina Simoneau

I love this recipe, it's super cute and fun. I'd recommend making this to anyone out there trying to pull a good prank on their friends and families.

Myra Jourdain

Good prank for April fool's day for sure, I'll definitely be using this!

Emiliana Borroel

This recipe is just as unique as the Meatloaf cake and 10x's easier to make, love it!

Natalya Longo

Could not wait to try this, soo easy to make and taste like heaven.

Jazlynn Mhoon

Can't wait to cook this up for my kids today, thanks.

Aarya Najafi

Perfect for a sweet-tooth lover! making this for my friend today, she hates anything salty, she won't have a clue, LOL!

Marjorie Trenkle

Adorable and tasty combined, I really liked making this for my kids and they loved the way it tasted, first time I let them have something sweet in the morning and they were very happy.


LOL! I love this! Easy and delicious!

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