Recipe created by Justus Coppinger
Cooking tools you will need:
3 Whole Wheat Hamburger Buns, opened up to make 6 pizzas
1 t. butter
Diced green peppers (optional)
Sliced mushrooms ( optional)
Shredded cheddar cheese
What to do:
1. Open the hamburger buns and lay all six face up on the cookie sheet. Set aside.
2. Crack eggs into small bowl and whip with fork. Put butter in skillet.
3. Heat skillet on stove to melt butter. Spread butter over skillet so that the eggs will not stick. 4. Pour eggs into skillet and sprinkle salt on them.
5. Cook and stir the eggs until they are done (about 2 minutes). Try to spread the eggs thin while you cook them in the skillet. Remove from heat.
6. Begin to build your breakfast pizza. Start with eggs, then top with ham, salsa, olives, green peppers and mushrooms.
7. Sprinkle cheese over each pizza.
8. Place cookie sheet in oven. Broil until cheese is melted, about 2-3 minutes.
9. Serve with fruit.
I used your idea and made these using my whole wheat pizza crust recipe. I scrambled eggs and cooked turkey sausage and mixed those. My oldest son (12) put this topping on each prebaked crust and then sprinkled shredded cheese on top. I decided to experiment a little and we flash froze them, then wrapped them and froze them. We bake them for 10 minutes or so in a 350 oven and they are a huge hit with my three guys! I didn’t know how those eggs would do after being frozen, but it worked! Thanks for a great idea!
Rita @ Creatively Domestic says
These should really good! I am collecting recipes for a massive Freezer Cooking session in a few months, and I think I’ll add this to the breakfast pile. Thanks!
I am so going to make this in the very near future. Yummy!
I think I’m going to try this with whole wheat English muffins since my family likes those better than buns.
We made these, only we used leftover whole wheat bagels I had made. They are super yummy!
My friend made something similar with raisin ezekiel bread (it has no soy) crumbled and pressed into a muffin pan that was greased with coconut oil and then she browned some sausage and onions. Placed that in makeshift muffin cups. Scrambled 5-6 eggs and poured that on top. covered it all with cheddar cheese! I believe it took like 30-40 mins on 375. But I am not sure about the cook time. They were spledid!
She also made a batch for me with broccoli. Since I don’t eat sausage. :)
maureen james says
bagels work quite well and so does english muffins !