You Probably Shouldn’t Cook This – Breakfast Pizza

Hagan and her wife Omega invent dishes that you probably shouldn’t recreate… a breakfast pizza, anyone?

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7 comments

  1. Almost hate to tell you this, but breakfast pizza is not too uncommon here in the States. Some pizza places do it, and you find them in the frozen isle. Just like breakfast burritos.

    Though, of course, homemade seems better. And they don’t usually use gravy, so that should make it better.

    There used to be taco pizza, but I’ve not seen it in a long while. And, no, I don’t mean “Mexican Pizza” like at Taco Bell.

  2. We have those here in Canada, as part of the breakfast menu at “Trattoria di Mikes”, where I work. We make them in individual portion pizza sizes, with crust, hollandaise sauce, scrambled eggs, and a different selection of toppings, from three-meats to vegetarian to western style, among others.

  3. I’ve seen recipes online that use a hashbrown crust. Basically, you shred a couple of potatoes, mix in a beaten egg to hold it together, and bake it for about 10-20 minutes to brown it before adding toppings.

    Your one looks pretty good, though. Looking forward to more of these!

  4. I hate to say this, but Breakfast Pizzas exist, and not just at restaurants. Red Baron brand frozen pizzas even have a line of them called scrambles.

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