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HANDS DOWN THE BEST PIZZA EVER!! THIS IS A MUST TRY RECIPE! I made my crust out of my bread machine. We had this Easter morning after church for brunch- and it is our new EVERY holiday breakfast by unanimous vote!!

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campbellla_ March 31, 2013

I like breakfast stuff, but I was a little leery about this. I'm glad I tried it though, its pretty good! I got pre-made dough from the store and let it sit out and warm up a bit. I also got Tyson precooked Ham pieces and sausage pieces. I also sliced up some onion. I scrambled 4 eggs and the 1/4 cup of milk. I cooked the pizza for 5 minutes on 400, took it out, poked it with a fork and put the egg mixture on top.. Then I decorated it with all the toppings (as much as I thought I'd like, I didn't go by the measurements here). I then baked it for about 9-10 minutes on 400 and it was perfectly done. Next time I'll add double if not triple what I originally added for toppings. It was pretty good, and I'll definitely make again.

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KinMa January 20, 2012

Great recipe! I had no problem re-creating it. The egg did not leak off because I made a ledge around the edge of my pizza crust. I think next time I will trying adding a few veggies like fresh mushroom and chopped bell pepper. Thanks for sharing this recipe, my whole family loved it :)

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chocoholic in AZ May 16, 2010

AMAZING!! I made some homemade pizza dough according to recipe ##387518 in advance. So it's really quick to put the breakfast pizza together. Other than sausage, bacon and ham, I added a handful of greens before putting it in the oven. No salt or other seasonings are necessary, the flavor was excellent!

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SharonChen December 04, 2015

Was looking for something new for my Easter Brunch - tested this and it's rock star ! I used pre-made pizza dough from local pizzeria. Also made a version with smoked salmon, dill, chive, scallion and used goat cheese, ricotta and mozzarella - it was yummy too! Look forward to serving it for Brunch next week!

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Kay S March 29, 2015

Wow! This was awesome! Made as directed using the optional minced onion and green onion garnish. Used 3 eggs, 6 turkey breakfast sausages, and admit to using the crumbled bacon pieces that come in a bag out of pure laziness. In my large Doughmakers pizza pan coated with olive oil, used pizza dough recipe from KAF (2 t. Instant yeast, 2 T olive oil, 1 1/4 t salt, 3 c flour, 1c water). Didn't allow it a proper rise or prebake, but the pizza was perfect as is. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama July 14, 2013

This is excellent! I love the breakfast pizza at the local conveinence store and was thrilled to find an at home recipe for it. I used rerigerated pizza dough from the can which needs to be baked for about 5 minutes before adding toppings. Be sure and make tall edges around the pizza dough before adding the egg mixture as i quickly discovered! LOL! Also I used store bought REAL diced bacon pieces (bits) to save time on the bacon frying. Thanks for the recipe!!!

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tlscrogg June 28, 2008

Have you ever heard of a Quiche? Same principle but my way is easier,lower fat and much better

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Jiggs B. May 03, 2015

Have been making this a lot lately. 2 eggs, take half the egg and brush onto the crust, sausage, ham, onion, peppers and mushrooms that had been sautéed. Then top with remaining egg, and finally the cheeses. Bake 450 deg. for 11 min. Wish I could eat it every day. It is so good. <br/>9/22/13Wow great breakfast pizza. I cooked at 425 deg. as that's what I usually cook my pizza on a stone. I did use 2 eggs and spicy breakfast sausage. Pre cooked crust for 8 min. then added toppings and finished cooking for another 10.

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adopt a greyhound November 23, 2014

This breakfast pizza is delicious! I will be making it often. In the future, though, I'll prebake the crust for 5 minutes and find a way to use more eggs. Three eggs for 6-8 servings of pizza is too little for us. I think I will have to soft scramble the eggs until just so they won't run off of the crust and then follow the rest of the recipe as is. My mixture of 3 eggs and milk seeped off of the crust and under it (even though I did make the crust barrier around the edge) so I ended up with soggy undercooked crust. I only used ham and bacon since I didn't have any sausage, but I'm sure it will be even more delicious with the sausage.

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cheri818 November 06, 2014
Amazing Breakfast Pizza