Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 12 mins

My daughter had this at school one day and brought the recipe home with her. She said it was so good and that I just had to make it for her. It maybe a recipe from the National Egg Council, but I am not sure.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place pepperoni slices in the bottom of a 10-inch skillet.
  2. Heat the skillet on a medium heat.
  3. Place any of the optional ingredients on next.
  4. Beat eggs and gently pour over ingredients in skillet.
  5. Cover pan and turn heat to low.
  6. Cook 10 to 12 minutes, until eggs are set.
  7. Spread pizza sauce over eggs and top with Mozzarella cheese for the last couple of minutes of cooking.
  8. Cut into wedges and serve.


Most Helpful

Very good recipe because you can add or substitue so many different ingredients as to your liking and it still comes out great. I need to go grocery shopping so I just used a few things I had on hand. I cooked up some bacon pieces in my electric frying pan, then added mushrooms, salt & pepper, the eggs and ended it with the pizza sauce and mozzerella cheese. Family loved it. Can't wait to get some peppers & onions and try it totally your way. Thanks for posting it.

Terrilynn July 28, 2002

there should have been a higher rating, 5 stars r not enough for this delicious recipe. now i know one thing, ur daughter has got a real good taste for food :)

Fouzia Parkar April 20, 2002

This is a SERIOUSLY Dangerous recipe....if you have NO self-control! :rofl: Whoohoo!! I didn't use the tomatoes as they're out of season here and quite expensive, and besides I'm not all that fond of 'em anyway. I also skipped the peppers, just because we like our "pizza" without, but did use onions (sauteed first) and pathetic canned 'shrooms 'cuz that's what I have on hand. Black olives to garnish. Truly a masterpiece of gastronomic proportions! Major drawback of this recipe? NO LEFTOVERS! Note to self: double this for next time! *Zaar Star*

Debber March 19, 2008

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