Easy Breakfast Pizza is a great on the go breakfast idea that is packed full of protein! Pizza for breakfast? Yes, please!
We love breakfast food and we love pizza! There are all different breakfast pizza recipes out there but this one is our favorite because it is so simple to make and I almost always have all the ingredients on hand. It is also perfect on the go which is great when we are busy in the filed planting, harvesting or trying to get kids off to school.
We also love this Ham and Cheese Breakfast Pizza.
Easy Breakfast Pizza
Refrigerated pizza crust makes this recipe fast to toss together. You can change up the ingredients based on what your family prefers and even make a half and half like you would a traditional pizza. Some ideas for other ingredients would be sausage, hamburger, onions, hashbrowns, peppers and you could also add a white gravy as the sauce.
How to Make Easy Breakfast Pizza
Unroll the pizza crust and stretch it out to fill the 15″ x 10″ pan. You will want to pre-bake this before adding toppings. While the crust is cooking, I like to cook the eggs until they are soft scrambled. The eggs will continue to cook in the oven so I don’t like to get them over done before they go in. Spoon all toppings on the pizza and bake until the cheese is melted.
If you want to spice this up a little you could drizzle hot sauce over before serving. Or if you are one of those people who like’s ketchup on their eggs, go for it!
Other Great Breakfast Recipes
Overnight Vanilla French Toast
Easy Breakfast Pizza
- 1 13.8 oz tube Refrigerated Pizza Crust
- 2 tbsp Olive oil divided
- 8 Eggs
- 1/3 cup Milk
- 6 Pieces of Bacon cooked and chopped
- 2 cups Shredded Cheddar Jack Cheese
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
- Unroll the pizza crust into a 15x10x1 inch sheet cake pan, stretch to fill the pan and curl up the edges to form a crust.
- Brush crust with olive oil and prick with a fork to avoid bubbles.
- Bake until lightly browned about 7-8 minutes.
- In a medium size bowl whisk together the eggs, milk salt and pepper.
- In a medium skillet heat a little oil over medium heat. Add egg mixture and cook until soft scrambled.
- Spoon egg mixture over crust, add bacon and cheese. Bake for another 7 minutes or until cheese is melted.
This recipe is sponsored by the Glass Barn, Indiana Soybean and Corn Farmers but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Debi Hartl says
This pizza is the best!!!! I made it this morning to eat while we are watching College Game Day. Go Big Red and Go Irish!!!!
Liz Kelsay says
Thanks so much for letting me know you made it! I hope your teams won! 🙂
Amanda Dover says
Can’t wait to try it! Has anyone tried freezing individual portions of this?
This is the second time I’ve made this – it’s great. I froze it And we had several breakfasts from the recipe. I used eggs, sausage, cream cheese and shredded Mexican blend of cheese. Froze really well – cooled, wrapped tightly with press and seal and then foil.
Julie @ Back To My Southern Roots says
This looks like the perfect breakfast! Yum!
Excellent recipe! My 5 year old granddaughter helped me make it and it was delicious.
It was delicious
This will be my 3rd time making this recipe. My family loves it!! Thanks for sharing.
So I didn’t have pizza dough so I adapted your idea using flakey biscuit refrigerated dough. I put a layer of veg dip as my sauce base and then added spinach (fresh) topped that with fluffy eggs, cut up ham and bacon bits, cheese and fresh parsley cut up on very top. Baked a bit longer than directed since mine was significantly thicker. My teenage daughter says it’s now her favorite breakfast!
Nancy Corazzi says
Delicious, and especially easy using premade rectangular pizza crusts. This is going to become a regular addition to the breakfast table.
Awesome delicious and easy. I made one change. I thought pizza needs sauce. So I added about half a can of country sausage gravy. The kind you put on biscuits and gravy. SOOOOO GOOOOOD!
Mildred Feuerborn says
Made this pizza today was excellent first time I made homemade pizza
tony kontonasakis says
I’m gonna use country sausage gravy for the pizza sauce and crumble breakfast sausage with pizza. It’s gonna be yummy
Do you need to make the bacon first or put it on raw?
Liz Kelsay says
I cook the bacon first. Enjoy!
Bethany W. says
I made this last night and hubby reheated it this morning in microwave for easy breakfast for him and the girls while I got a few extra minutes of sleep!! Super easy and customizable! Everyone gobbled it up and asked for more!! Going to be a keeper! 🙂