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Healthy Breakfast Pizza

Healthy Breakfast Pizza

Here's an interesting and fun way to eat both eggs and pizza for breakfast or brunch. It's a simple and quick recipe (especially if you cheat like me and buy pre-made pizza dough!) for healthy breakfast pizza. 

Breakfast Pizza - eggs, tomatoes, green onions, and parmesan on a crunchy pizza crust | Shiny Happy Bright

I have to say that this idea first came to me when I realized I didn't have enough eggs to make both my husband and I omelets this weekend. I considered making one just for me and then hiding away with it, but I was pretty sure he'd hear the eggs cooking. Also, I'm the nicest wife ever, so I decided to share my three eggs and make a pizza with them. 

I'm going to keep my comments a little short today, because I'm in the midst of a crazy busy week - we are CLOSING ON A HOUSE (!!!) and I'm interviewing for a dream job this week and there is so much to do. I can't wait to get into the new house because it has a finished basement and I plan to hibernate there this winter, and because it has a glorious patio/garden that I have BIG plans for. 

Breakfast Pizza - eggs, tomatoes, green onions, and parmesan on a crunchy pizza crust | Shiny Happy Bright
Breakfast Pizza - eggs, tomatoes, green onions, and parmesan on a crunchy pizza crust | Shiny Happy Bright

I hope you enjoy this healthy breakfast pizza as much as we did! 


Breakfast Pizza

Makes 6 pieces (2 servings) | Prep Time: 5 minutes | Total time: 20 minutes

Ingredients

1 pizza dough*

1 cup shredded parmesan

1/2 cup shredded mozzarella 

1 cup halved cherry tomatoes

3 scallions, roughly chopped

3 eggs 

20 basil leaves, divided

1 teaspoon sea salt 

Instructions

Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F (230 C).

Roll out pizza dough and place on pizza stone or baking sheet. 

Top dough with parmesan, mozzarella, tomatoes, scallions, and 10 basil leaves. 

Carefully, crack the eggs on top of the dough and toppings and then sprinkle with the sea salt. 

Bake for 8 to 10 minutes for runnier eggs, and up to 12 for eggs cooked through.  

*I suggest using this recipe from Smitten Kitchen if you'd like to make your own pizza dough. I've also found the Trader Joe's prepared dough works very well for this recipe. 


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