Paul … It sounds like your holiday came off okay. Glad to hear it. I am guessing it is good to have extended family at time like this.
Best wishes to you.
When I worked at a dreaded pizza chain, we made breakfast pies using raw eggs for the sauce, then topped them with mozzarella cheese, sausage, onion, green pepper, ham, and cheddar. Run it through the oven and Yum-O. (MUCH better than the usual pies we sold to the public…) I’ve had good results at home using a Boboli crust, the raw eggs for sauce, cheeses, and assorted omlet fillings as toppings. The eggs don’t over cook because they are shielded by the toppings, but they do get cooked through.
This is the way I have had it before. One of our consultants delivers three every year the week before christmas, one bacon, one ham, one breakfast sausage. All are topped with a mix of cheddar and scambled eggs. I may try to make one some day.
I made the hash browns this morning at 2:00AM and the breakfast pizza at 6:00AM. I had a small ready made in the freezer and I added onions, bell peppers, a little more pizza sauce, sliced black canned mushrooms, I fried some good sausage that was medium hot and crumbled it. scrambled three eggs with some bacon bits in it that I had fried for the grease, covered it with mozzarella and let it bake at 450F for 22 minutes.
I must have been pretty good as there was absolutely none left.
It was fun watching the grandboys view the opulent gifts. It is great watching them get so excited. After we exchanged gifts, daughter (Paula) prepared a very fine breakfast. One neat thing she fixed was she had prepared some cream cheese, sausage, onions and some spices and spread it over crescent rolls, jrolled them up and sliced them and baked them. They were very good with breakfast libation.
Paul E. Smith
This may be too late but for the record and maybe for next year or next time this message thread on breakfast pizza is super. Now I am inspired. However, I am not making breakfast pizza today but will be making a Margherita pizza and and Italian sausege, bella mushroom, onion pizza for dinner.
I suggest snall pieces of bacon, ham, sausage, and scrambled eggs (use butter in the pan when scrambling to keep the eggs soft) on a thin bed of cooked hash browns, everything covered with mozzarella. (so it will still taste like pizza) You could even add small dice of onion & pepper. Kind of a Denver breakfast pizza.
We use a pre made crust, top it with a sweetened salsa, scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, crumbled bacon and sausage, cheddar and jack cheese. Very tasty.
Good luck and Merrry Christmas!!
Now you’re talking, Rando!
What about sausage gravy studded with extra bulk Italian sausage and a little grated mozzarella or pepper jack cheese? You could add some bits of scrambled egg to the pizza after it comes out of the oven? Toss on some finely sliced green onion for color?
What about a cornbread crust for this breakfast pizza? Gotta think outside the box!
… with sausage gravy instead of tomato sauce!! [:p]
I would just do bacon, scrambled eggs and sausage and maybe cheddar cheese over a pizza crust…
I am walking up to my daughters house early on Christmas morning. I am going to watch the young grandboys enjoy Santa’s delivery. After that, we do a gift exchange and then do a breakfast. I am making my usual exotic has browns but I wanted to make a very good breakfast pizza.
My problem is that I need input from the Roadfood group on a good recipe.
Thanks for your input in advance.
Paul E. Smith
Recipe for Breakfast pizza
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