Monday, April 30, 2012

Sunday Breakfast Pizza

I love the ease of having pizza for a meal.   It's something everybody loves, it's relatively easy, fairly inexpensive, can be dressed up or down, eaten hot, enjoyed cold or reheated quickly and easily.  What's not to like?

I spend a few hours every month or so in the kitchen making pizza dough to freeze.  When I want to make a pizza I just pull out some dough, let it thaw, roll it out and that easily I have a pizza crust.  The dough thaws very quickly so you can take it out in the evening and still have pizza the same night with just an hours notice.   Or you can take it out the day before and let it thaw in the fridge.   

  • Sunday Breakfast Pizza

pizza dough
2 -3 eggs 
1/4 cup milk
ounces shredded cheddar cheese
ounces shredded mozzerella cheese
6 - 8 ounces cooked sausage crumbled 
herbes de provence or dried basil and thyme (optional)
Parsley for garnish (optional)


  1. Preheat your oven to 400
    Roll out your pizza dough to about 1/4" thickness.  I have a pizza stone in my oven so at this point I put the dough on a pizza board that already has cornmeal on it to help it slide onto the stone.  If you do not have a stone you can just put the dough in a pizza pan or a cookie sheet.
    Make sure you have a little bit of a lip on the edge of your dough to keep the egg mix on it.  I make little dimples to help hold the egg as well.  Beat your eggs with the milk and pour this into the dough.   I use a spatula to cover the dough with it except the edge.   
    Mix the cheddar and mozzerella cheeses together.   Sprinkle evenly over the egg mix. 
    Next add your crumbled sausage  
    Finally sprinkle with herbes de provence and a bit of fresh parsley if you have it on hand
    Put in oven and let cook until your crust is done to your likeness.  Mine generally takes about 12 minutes.


  1. Never thought of putting scrambled egg on pizza - good idea :)

    1. My 11 yr. old likes this pizza recipe better than traditional red pizza.


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