For this recipe you will need:
- One homemade pizza crust
- 10 eggs
- 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
- A variety of toppings - I use a few sliced olives, a few slice & seeded cherry tomatoes, 1 scallion sliced, and some thawed broccoli.
Begin by preheating your oven to 400 degrees. This is where I invited our 7 yr. old to crack the eggs and beat them using a hand held egg beater. I then supervised his scrambling of them. Cover the pizza crust with the scrambled eggs. Top the eggs with 1 cup of the cheese. Then add your veggies toppings. Cover with the last layer of cheese. Wasn't my 10 yr. old artistic? This is what it looked like before it went in the oven.
We baked it for 20 minutes. This is a filling & rich pizza. I served it with grapefruit segments and broccoli slaw.
While the adults gave it a 5 spoon rating the boys gave it 3 spoons. What would have given it a 4 or 5 I asked. "SAUSAGE" they insisted. Hmmmm......... I have my work cut out for me don't I!
Wow, that is awesome. I have never made pizza for breakfast before... I have to try this. My two year old might smile from ear to ear. So will Mommy knowing the eggs are protein and he is eating more veggies!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your ideas...
Teresa, I think this is a great recipe... my kiddos and hubs are too picky to try it, but it looks very yummy... :)ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing!
The Buzz, Brandy
The best part of this recipe is that you can change the toppings to fit your families tastes! Can't wait to try it!ReplyDelete
What a great way to start the week off! Looks delicious!!ReplyDelete