Breakfast Pizza


The easiest Breakfast Pizza you will ever make! I bought the little premade pizza crusts so this only took a couple of minutes to put together. Add an egg on top of the buttered pizza crust, add your favorite breakfast topping like sausage, bacon, mushrooms etc. then top with your favorite cheese and bake.






Spray a large baking sheet with cooking

oil and place the pizza crusts on top.



Place 1 Tbsp. of melted butter on top of

each pizza crust spreading it out evenly.



Place one egg on top of each pizza crust.



Poke a small hole into each yolk

allowing the yolk to ooze out.



Top with your favorite breakfast

toppings like cooked bacon, sausage etc.



Top with salt and pepper.



Top with your favorite shredded cheese.



Bake in a preheated 425 degree oven for

11 – 13 minutes or until the eggs are cooked.



Place each pizza on a plate, slice and serve.


Breakfast Pizza



  • 3 small ready to bake pizza crusts (the store bought vacuum packed kind)
  • 3 Tbsp. butter, melted
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 cooked bacon pieces (sausage, ham, veggies etc. chopped small)
  • salt to taste
  • pepper to taste
  • 1 cup shredded cheese, your favorite kind


  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Spray a large baking sheet with cooking oil.
  3. Lay the pizza crusts onto the baking sheet.
  4. Evenly spread out 1 Tbsp. of the melted butter onto each crust.
  5. Place one egg on top of each crust.
  6. Poke a small hole in the egg yokes allowing the yolk to ooze out.
  7. Top with your favorite cooked meat toppings and/or vegetables.
  8. Salt and pepper to your taste.
  9. Top with your favorite shredded cheese.
  10. Bake for 11 – 13 minutes or until the eggs are cooked.
  11. Place each pizza on a plate and slice.


  1. What great fun and a nice change from an English Muffin! Is the finished product firm enough to eat out of hand? Your recipes and ideas always inspire me to think of other ways to do similar things, thereby creating a lot of variety in what we eat.

    Virtual hugs,


    • Yes the store bought pizza crust was very firm. Normally I would use homemade but my husband had bought these to make himself a pizza when I worked. Now that I cook every day, and don’t work, these were going to go to waste and you know I hate waste…lol They were only about 6″ round and the perfect size for breakfast. I keep frozen bacon in the freezer so I made these in no time at all. Thank you Judilyn!

      • Yes! Premade bacon is the bomb! I cut a package in half, super slow fry up the whole package, and stand the half slices up in a Lock & Lock container in the refrigerator. They keep just fine for a long time because of all the salt, and they don’t break into pieces.

  2. Made something similar this morning… Sauted a sliced peach that was starting to turn on a 8″and skillet with butter… poured a pair of whisked milky eggs and gave it a little stir then left it alone for 5 Mon on med heat. Released on a somewhat less-than-fresh round of Naan bread… That would have been perfect if toasted… Alas no toaster oven… Grated fresh nutmeg over the omlette and poured possibly too much pure maple syrup over the lot… Naaaah… Never too much maple syrup. 😀

    • I know right! I never made them before. My husband bought the small pizza crusts for himself for dinners when I was working. I didn’t want to waste them (now that I cook every day) so I came up with this recipe. It is kind of like having your eggs & bacon with cheese over buttered toast only I used the store bought pizza crust. What a simple and delicious meal and they are small, only about 6″.

      • They looked delicious! Have you ever made deep dish pizza in your crock pot Diane? I heard someone mention it on the radio today and Googled it, wondering how they could make it crispy and not doughy. I guess they use parchment to make it crispy, but it is deep dish (made with Pillsbury pizza dough).

      • I don’t have a slow cooker, but it looked easy (even for me) … parchment paper on the bottom, pizza crust mix on that and the ingredients, cook for three hours and deep dish pizza. I am not a fan of deep dish pizza, preferring thin and crispy, but it looked easy –
        what could go wrong … I am not a cook by any means! I know you use your Ninja slow cooker all the time so that’s why I asked … I did notice that none of the recipes got 5 star ratings, at the most 4 stars.

  3. I love this recipe. My family likes using canned biscuits instead of the ready-made crusts. We also use some sausage gravy as a “pizza sauce” it is always a favorite

  4. This is my first time visiting a food blog.

    By the way, I don’t have an oven, can I use a Teflon pan that is covered with a pan on top? if so, how long does it take to bake and requires a small, medium or large stove fire?

    Thank you for sharing, nice to meet you

    • Absolutely a Teflon pan should work on the top burner. What I would do is have everything cooked that goes on top of the crust, including the egg. Maybe make the egg sunny side up and put that on the crust first breaking the yolk then add your other ingredients. Don’t forget to butter the crust first. Then over a medium low heat place oil in the pan, the crust and add the rest of the ingredients. Put a lid on and cook until hot and bottom is a golden brown. I hope this helps. Thank you for visiting my blog!

  5. Diane, if I were to do something like this, I might use pepper gravy as the sauce, as well as all other ingredients that this recipe calls for. What kind of sauce would you use?

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