Breakfast Pizza

Breakfast Pizza

I’m always looking for new breakfast ideas.  Something just a little different than a traditional omelet or scrambled eggs or even a breakfast quiche.  Although these egg dishes are yummy, a breakfast pizza makes a rainy day or weekend morning a little more fun.

This breakfast pizza can be as simple as shredded cheese and eggs, or it can be as decadent as sun dried tomatoes and feta.  Add a little spinach with some shredded Gruyere or keep it more traditional with diced ham and crumbled bacon.  Make it a morning fiesta and add diced chili’s, bell peppers, fresh chopped cilantro and top with your favorite salsa and avocado slices.  However you decide to create your breakfast pizza, it’ll tickle your taste buds and get you started on your day.

Serve this delicious breakfast with fresh sliced fruit or a fresh fruit salad.  Happy Cooking!

Breakfast Pizza


1 12 inch prepared pizza crust

1 cup Mozzarella

½ cup Pepper Jack

½ cup Sharp Cheddar

2 eggs

¼ cup heavy cream

Pinch of salt and pepper

Options:  ½ cup diced ham, fresh chopped herbs, shredded Monterey jack, crumbled feta, sun dried tomatoes, artichokes, spinach, arugula and anything else you might enjoy with eggs!


Preheat the oven to 375F.  Put the pizza crust on a pizza stone or baking sheet.

Blend the cheeses together.  In a bowl, beat the eggs with the heavy cream and season with a little salt and pepper.

Blend the cheeses and egg mixture together and then pour over the pizza shell.

Bake for 10 minutes or until the egg and cheese mixture is set and golden brown on top.

Cut into wedges and serve immediately.

Serve with fresh fruit or fruit salad for a delicious and fun breakfast.


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