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Today I am very happy to introduce you to Linda Spiker from The Organic Kitchen! She is sharing a recipe for breakfast pizza. This pizza uses eggs for a crust and can be topped with whatever you want! Easy and grain free, this is a healthy and delicious breakfast any day of the week. Enjoy!
Hello from The Organic Kitchen!
I am excited to be sharing this “Breakfast Pizza” recipe with you as a guest blogger for Chloe. The great thing about breakfast pizza is that you can use just about anything you have in the fridge for toppings. As long as you have eggs for your “crust” the toppings can be leftover vegetables, whatever cheese you have on hand, bacon, sausage, or prosciutto…or you can keep it vegetarian.
This is The Organic Kitchen’s “Italian Sausage, Sun Dried Tomato and Goat Cheese Breakfast Pizza”…
I used a “hot” Italian sausage but you certainly can substitute with mild.
The Recipe! : Serves 1
2 eggs, whisked
Sea salt and freshly ground pepper to taste
½ an Italian sausage, removed from casing, cooked
½ cup chopped spinach
10 sundried tomatoes
2 oz soft goat cheese (or feta)
pine nuts, toasted
1-2 tsp butter or ghee
Whisk eggs with sea salt and pepper, set aside. Cook Italian sausage on medium heat in an 8” pan. When sausage is cooked, remove from pan and set on a paper towel. Use another paper towel to carefully absorb some but not all of the fat from hot pan. Return pan to medium heat. Add ghee or butter to pan, when melted, pour in eggs. Cook eggs until half set, then add toppings. Cover and turn heat to low. Cook till eggs are set and cheese is melted. Remove and serve!
You can make a larger pizza to feed more people. Just use a bigger pan and adjust eggs and toppings accordingly. 10” pan use 4 eggs. 12” pan use 6 eggs.
Linda Spiker is the owner and operator of The Organic Kitchen cooking school, author of two cookbooks and a food blogger. “I love food! And I love teaching people that cooking should be enjoyable, eating well doesn’t have to be time consuming and fresh is always better!” Linda is also a wife, mother of six, grandmother to three and a yoga instructor.
Please visit her website at www.theorganickitchen.org
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