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Pizza...for Breakfast! Yum!

Everyone loves breakfast for dinner (especially kids), but what about pizza for breakfast? Since I had some pizza dough leftover from pizza night (we love homemade pizza at this house), I decided to give a breakfast pizza a whirl. 

I ended up making 2 versions: a grown up pizza with a runny egg (because I LOVE runny eggs) and a scrambled egg pizza for Wild Thing. 

I used Smitten Kitchen's breakfast pizza recipe as my inspiration, but for toppings I went with black beans, avocado and tomato (avocado and tomato went on after I took the pizza out of the oven). I haven't yet had success with homemade pizza crust. Instead I always use Von's/Pavillon's or Trader Joe's pre-made pizza dough found in the refrigerated section. It's affordable, and I like that they both have whole wheat pizza dough.


For Wild Thing's pizza, I didn't have any more crust, so I used a whole wheat tortilla. It has the same look and basic taste. He liked helping sprinkle the cheese on the tortilla. Plus, it's SUPER EASY: scramble some eggs, top a tortilla with cheese and put it in the microwave long enough to melt the cheese, then add the eggs on top. This breakfast pizza would even work as a quick breakfast on busy school mornings. (I find it's also a good way to use the leftover scrambled eggs from a previous morning when Wild Thing wasn't very hungry).

Pick a day to mix it up and do pizza for breakfast and breakfast for dinner. The kids will love it. 

Oh - and I have to share one last pizza idea, since it does happen to be Julia Child's 100th birthday -- here's a recipe for her Eggplant Pizzas from Kalyn's Kitchen. Turning eggplant into pizza might even get kids to actually eat eggplant. Heck, it might even get me to eat eggplant.

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  2. Breakfast pizza is a great idea. It adds an element of fun to the morning. Thank you for sharing this on Artsy Play Wednesday on Capri + 3.

    : 0 ) Theresa


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