This is what I made for Father's Day brunch this year - breakfast pizza. A totally new concept for me, (putting eggs on a pizza) but it was really good and my hubby LOVED it. Here is how I made it....
I whipped up a batch of my Quick Rising Flax Pizza Dough.
I rolled this out to a thin crust, and baked it in the oven for 5 minutes before putting on the toppings. Poke the crust in numerous places with a fork before baking to prevent air pockets. With the dough I was able to make two large pizza crusts and one 8x8 pan pizza crust, but I only made one breakfast pizza (the other two I did cream cheese and chicken topping - I will post that recipe another time - so yummy).
On the one pizza crust I put the following toppings....
-Prepared hollandaise sauce from a Knorr classic sauce packet (I didn't quite put all of it on).
- Johnsonville mild sausage, cooked and drained
- 6 eggs, scrambled and cooked
- onions (I used red onion but you can use whatever one you have on hand)
- red pepper
- Tex Mex cheese to sparingly cover
Cook the pizza at 425 degrees for 15 minutes or until crust is slightly browned, and toppings are cooked to your liking.
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Thanks for finding me and my Watermelon Tomato Gazpacho via Foodie Friday. Your breakfast pizza, what a great idea! I love your flax pizza dough. Have you ever tried freezing half the dough for later use? Just wondering as I love having dough in the freezer which I can pull out in the morning and use when I return home later in the day.ReplyDelete
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Was curious how this was a "breakfast" pizza. The eggs & sausage! Very creative. :-)ReplyDelete
That looks like a great breakfast!! I've never understood cold pizza in the morning being good but this sounds so yummy!!ReplyDelete
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ok I admit I'm a bit on the skeptical side but my son is sitting on my lap right now and he saw your photo and said that it looks SO YUMMY so I'm going to try this for their next Friday fun night dinner (I usually do breakfast for dinner on these nights.) Thanks:)ReplyDelete
Very nice! THanks for this!!!ReplyDelete
This recipe is really simple,healthy and fun to make.Even perfect when you are in a hurry to make dessert to put on the table for guests.I`m sure pizza lover loves this ideaReplyDelete
This looks awesome! Going to have to try this for my next cookout or tailgating chili party .ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this recipe it's definitely a really good reward for my brother who got his ISO 22000 Training last week. But still work on the dough first. I'm not really the cook-type but I'd like to do something special for him.ReplyDelete