Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Breakfast Pizza



This weekend, I served breakfast pizza at a brunch. I had forgotten how much we love breakfast pizza as I had not made it in years.

My mom always makes breakfast pizza on our hog butchering day. I probably don't make it because I don't typically get up early enough in the morning to make a yeast dough before breakfast. But it would be simple to put dough in the fridge the night before. If I had my meat pre-cooked and some leftover baked potatoes, it would be easy to assemble. In other words- if I just would get my act together we could enjoy breakfast pizza more often!

Or maybe I should just make it for supper!

This recipe is very adaptable. Feel free to add mushrooms, peppers, or whatever toppings you prefer. I use my mom's easy pizza crust recipe but you can use frozen bread dough or any other pizza crust.



Breakfast Pizza

1 lb sausage, cooked and crumbled, or ham or bacon
1 pizza crust, unbaked
2 cup shredded baked potatoes
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
6 eggs
1/2 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
Parmesan cheese

Spread pizza crust dough in large (11x17) pan. Sprinkle meat over crust, sprinkle with potatoes and top with cheese. In bowl, beat together eggs and seasonings. Pour over crust. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Bake at 375 for 25-30 minutes. Serve with ketchup if desired.

5 comments :

  1. Love the newest pictures! Oh,I wish my homemade breads would look that good! My grand daughter and I will definitely make the breakfast pizza one weekend soon! I'm finding out that she enjoys being in the kitchen...more than I do! She is fast outgrowing my simple tastes and skills!

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  2. do you have a TV?

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  3. Well that can't be good...

    I just emailed this recipe to my wife, who followed your break baking instructions a year or two ago. She is now a pro and spoiling us with fresh baked bread and pizza crusts up here in Alberta.

    Eric

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  4. pinned this yesterday when I didn't have time to print - back now, printing out, to try this!! looks so good.

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