This quick and easy breakfast pizza recipe is sponsored by Acorn Influence. All opinions and stories are my own. #GoldrichYolk
Y’all know I’m no good in the kitchen, but I’m married to a chef so I’ve learned a few tricks. One of my favorite tricks is to tell Howard what I’m craving or give him an ingredient and let him come up with the recipe. Well, that’s kind of cheating, but seriously this breakfast pizza recipe is so easy that even I can do it in a snap!
What you’ll need:
1 can of refrigerated pizza dough
1 pkg sausage crumbles
1 pkg fully cooked bacon
1 small pkg mozzarella cheese
What you’ll do:
Roll out the pizza dough on a greased cookie sheet. We used an air-bake cookie sheet. Cook on 400º for 5 minutes to “proof” the dough. Add bacon, sausage, and mozzarella as desired. Crack the eggs directly onto the top of the pizza. Cook the pizza on 400º for 20 minutes. Enjoy!
This breakfast pizza recipe is so ridiculously easy and fast that I can make this any weekend day for a great breakfast. Benjamin tried it and absolutely went crazy for it and asked if I would make it again on the weekend. He knows Mommy can’t cook very well, but I told him that it was easy enough that even HE could help.
We chose to use Goldrich eggs for this recipe because we wanted to show off the bright, bold yolks. You can’t tell me that you didn’t notice that in that slice of pizza up there. Seriously, the 20 minutes that this cooks makes the eggs cook to a “over hard” type of texture, but these eggs make it creamy and tasty like nothing I’ve ever tasted before. I always thought an egg was an egg until I married my husband, but he has taught me that getting the right size of egg is very important, especially when baking, and the brand really makes a difference in the taste. He only uses Large eggs in his cooking and now that we’ve discovered Goldrich, we only use them.
You may remember when we made the Baked Eggs in Sausage Hashbrowns Cups as another quick & easy breakfast idea. We are all about the simple, no fuss breakfast that is high in protein to get us started on the right foot. For this recipe, you could even cut out the carbs more by making a cauliflour crust, but that’s going to take you a little more time.
I would love to know what you make for a quick & easy breakfast. Link up a recipe on Facebook or Twitter and I would love to try it.