Well, I finally got around to making my self some eggy flips/bread using my Grandad's recipe and they were really good! Here's what I did, all be it made very short and very quick:
Follow a recipe to make Yorkshire Pudding batter (I believe you use about 150g plain flour, 1 egg, and 200ml of milk: make a well in the flour and put the egg in and half the milk and mix until smooth with lots of little bubbles on top; then add the rest of the milk and mix until smooth).
Cut pieces of bread into quarters and cover them in the batter. Let all the excess drip off back in to the rest of the batter.
Put a frying pan on a high temperature with a little bit of oil. Once it's hot place the bread covered in batter in the frying pan, turning them over regularly, until they turn golden/dark brown. Take them out and put a little bit of salt on them and you're set!