Who says you can't have pizza for breakfast? We certainly don't believe that, which is why we've assembled our favorite breakfast pizza recipes that pack some big flavor. Wake up on the right side of the bed with a piping hot, fresh-from-the-oven pizza that will impress kids and adults alike. Topped with ingredients like eggs, bacon, and lots of melted cheese, breakfast has never looked so good.
Individual Bacon-and-Egg Pizzas
These individual pizzas are the perfect way to rise and shine. With each pizza featuring an egg and plenty of strips of fresh bacon, your morning is sure to be off to a good start.
Be-Still-My-Heart Breakfast Pizza
As delicious as cold, last-night's pizza can be for breakfast, some occasions call for a little something extra. Perfectly cooked eggs, tender heart-shaped dough with a crisp bottom, and traditional hot Italian sausage make the cutest morning pizza. Add whatever extra toppings you, or whomever you're making this for, love. Just make sure not to crack the egg into the bacon heart, because it won't cook.
Breakfast Sausage-Egg Pizza
Feel free to fry the eggs in a skillet and add to the just-cooked pizza.
Eggs and Bacon Breakfast Pizza
Bacon and eggs, those American breakfast staples, go Italian in this quick pizza. Be careful not to overcook the eggs--you'll want to sop up the golden yolk with your crust.
Bacon and Egg Breakfast PizzaBacon, cheese, and potatoes make for tasty toppings on this kid-approved pizza. Reheat leftovers on a griddle or in a skillet over medium heat to get a crisp crust without overcooking the filling.
Berry Breakfast Pizzas
Asparagus, Ricotta, and Egg PizzaArranging the dough on a hot pizza stone or skillet will get the crust nice and crisp. Keep an eye on the pizza after you add the eggs so they don't overcook.
Tater Tot Breakfast Pizza
Eggs, bacon, and cheese nestled in a tater tot crust scream the ultimate breakfast bite in this Tater Tot Breakfast Pizza from Spoon University.
Cast-Iron Breakfast Pizza
Pizza for breakfast is always a delicious possibility. This cast-iron pizza develops a warm, fluffy crust that surrounds a cheesy and bacon-topped interior. Using a well-seasoned cast-iron skillet eliminates the need for using extra oil which keeps this recipe as light as possible. As a tip, placing the pan over high heat on the cooktop before transferring it to the oven helps heat it up quickly and yields a perfectly crisp crust.
Make a light version of breakfast pizza with turkey sausage, reduced-fat cheese and shredded potatoes. It's a great choice for breakfast or brunch.