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Breakfast Pizza
This recipe is courtesy of Jessica Williams of Butter with a Side of Bread​Skip the drive-thru and make McDonald's breakfast at home. Swap the hot cakes and sausage for breakfast pizza
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Next time you’re craving a slice of leftover pizza before 11 a.m., remember this glorious pizza recipe that you won’t be embarrassed to tell friends you ate for breakfast. Sure, we all like a cold slice from time to time, but this is less of a breakfast-in-a-bind and more of a reason to get out of bed in the morning.
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Nutella Breakfast Pizza
This kid-friendly recipe is perfect for all those busy weekend breakfasts when you’re looking for a quick, tasty, and fairly healthy treat to feed the little ones.This recipe is courtesy of Tiffany at A Thrifty Mom.  
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This recipe has the combined benefits of having pizza for breakfast, and having your breakfast on the grill. Scrambled eggs, bacon, and Cheddar cheese are melted on top of a moist crust for a whole new take on the classic breakfast sandwich. 
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Homemade Breakfast Pizza
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  Homemade Breakfast Pizza  WELCOME I AM STELLA FROM SRILANKA  Homemade pizzas can be healthy. You can adapt this pizza recipe to your own taste.      STEP BY STEP RECIPE    1-½ Tablespoon Olive Oil 1 teaspoon Garlic Chopped 50 grams Carrot, Sliced ½ teaspoons Pepper ½ teaspoons Salt To Taste 100 grams Smoked Salmon, Sliced 200 grams Pizza Dough (enough For 1 Pizza Base) ½ cups Pizza Sauce 25 grams Green Onions, diced 125 grams Tomatoes,sliced 3 whole Eggs Preparation Instructions In a pan heat one tablespoon olive oil over medium high heat add garlic and mix until it softens just a bit. Next add carrots, pepper and salt. Mix until carrots soften a bit. Add in the sliced salmon just to heat it up. Mix well. Clean a dry working surface and roll out pizza dough (I used hand kneaded dough) to 1/4 inch thick (using a rolling pin). Next place it on the 9 inch diameter pizza pan (you can use a little olive oil to lightly grease ). Cover with a damp tea towel and leave in warm place for 20 minutes or until the edges rise slightly. After that build a little rim/crust around the edges with your fingers. Prick the crust with a fork at a few places. Now spread pizza sauce over the dough (everywhere except the crust). Put salmon mixture on top. Next scatter onions and tomatoes. Beat two eggs until light and frothy. Now pour the eggs over the pizza (but not on the crust). Whisk the third egg and brush on the edge/crust. Bake the pizza for about 25 minutes at 220C degrees or until the crust is golden brown. See my web sites www.stellarecipe.webs.com www.recipesrilanka.blogspot.com
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Eater just noted breakfast pizza as a hot new trend. Not so sure how new the trend is, but hot? For sure. Pretty easy to make too, especially if you cheat a little and stop by one of your favorite pizza places to pick up a round of uncooked dough. They'll usually sell it to you for anywhere from three to five dollars. Then the breakfast toppings are up to you. Bacon, mandoline-sliced potatoes that you've crisped in the oven, sausage, cheese, blueberries, jam, you name it. This one is with béchamel, bacon, jalapeño, and the ultimate breakfast ingredient: eggs. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Everyday Eggs.
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cauliflower pizza
The novelty of cooked cauliflower as a low-carbohydrate grain replacement will never lose its appeal. I love sneaking vegetables into my favorite dishes, especially as a swap for unhealthy ingredients. This pizza is as flavorful, satisfying, and healthy! This gluten-free, low-carbohydrate pizza has protein, fiber, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. 
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Breakfast Pizza
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Breakfast and Brunch Recipes
A breakfast pizza made with a crescent roll crust and topped with Italian sausage, cheese, eggs, and red and green bell peppers. Serve for breakfast or as part of a brunch menu.
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Cooking Light OCTOBER 2002
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.
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Cooking Light OCTOBER 2002
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.
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Country Woman Christmas
Find recipes for Breakfast Pizza and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In a large bowl, dissolve yeast in warm water. Add the sugar, salt and enough flour to form a soft dough.
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