Cheesy, meaty, and even fruity, these breakfast pizza recipes are the best way to start your day.
So, put that cold, stale pizza down, and let’s get cooking!
I’ll be the first to grab leftover pizza the next day. But why eat something sub-par when you can make one of these incredible breakfast pizzas?
From classic breakfast sausage and eggs to dreamy granola and fruit, there are so many to choose from!
I promise, all of these breakfast pizza recipes are scrumptious enough to get even the sleepiest of teens out of bed.
You might even need to make extra!
Sweet and Savory Pizza Recipes for Breakfast
Can’t decide what you’re craving for breakfast? Why not have a plate full of all the breakfast classics?
This recipe has it all. Sausage gravy? Check. Bacon and eggs? Check. Cheese? Double check.
Instead of pizza sauce, you’ll spread gravy over a pre-made pizza crust. From there, you’ll need scrambled eggs, bacon, and lots of cheese.
This simple recipe is perfect for serving large, hungry crowds!
Casey’s General Store is known for its addictive breakfast pizzas.
But if you can’t make it in person, don’t worry! This copycat recipe is spot on and surprisingly simple.
It blends mozzarella, cheddar, and nacho cheese sauce with classic breakfast staples (eggs, bacon, and sausage gravy).
Every bite is fully loaded with hearty and savory ingredients. It’s not one to miss!
How amazing does that blackberry topping look?
This sweet, fruity breakfast pizza is a real step up from your usual morning toast. And it’s one you’ll crave day after day.
Along with the deeply flavorful blackberries, this recipe features fluffy pizza dough, black pepper, mozzarella cheese, and ricotta.
So, while it is sweet and fruity, it’s not overly so. That makes it ideal for breakfast, if you ask me.
Calling all meat lovers!
If sausage is one of your favorite breakfast proteins, you can’t go wrong with this cheesy sausage breakfast pizza.
Instead of a traditional crust, you’ll swap in a can of crescent rolls. That makes it flakey, buttery, and to die for.
The best part? This sinfully addictive breakfast pizza comes together in under 30 minutes. Enjoy!
Pizza purists, move along because this stacked breakfast pizza is not for you.
With tons of breakfast-approved toppings, it’s the breakfast equivalent to a supreme pizza.
I’m talking sausage, green onion, red peppers, eggs, cheese, and bacon. Yum!
Don’t spend hours making a batch of cinnamon rolls.
Instead, make this heavenly cinnamon roll pizza with a brown sugar and spice topping.
Though the recipe calls for homemade pizza dough, you can absolutely use store-bought or crescent rolls for this.
Serve it warm with lots of glaze and a hot cup of coffee. Delish!
From the crunchy granola crust and tangy cream cheese and yogurt topping to the bright fruits on top, this pizza is a beauty!
I usually make these as minis; that way, you don’t need to worry about the crust breaking.
Still, it looks impressive in a larger pizza. And it lets you play around with the fruity design.
If you like sweet, salty, and creamy all in one bite, this is the breakfast pizza for you.
It’s got sweet, juicy peaches, salty, crisp bacon, and a heavenly layer of ricotta and mozzarella.
I’ve been enjoying grilled peaches and ricotta on toast for years. So this recipe is a no-brainer for me!
And after one bite, I think you’ll be hooked too!
Drizzle a bit of honey over the top for something truly spectacular.
Most breakfast pizzas use scrambled eggs because it’s fast and easy. But these mini pizzas use over easy eggs instead.
I adore runny yolks, and with this pizza, they get to shine in all their ooey-gooey glory.
Once you break into that sticky egg yolk, it oozes over the cream cheese, tomato, and spinach topping. What could beat that?
For vegans, navigating breakfast foods is like walking through a minefield. It seems like everything has cheese, butter, eggs, and meat.
But not this vegan breakfast pizza!
While it still incorporates that same egg and salty meat flavors, simple swaps transform this pizza into something vegans (and maybe even non-vegans) will love.
The egg scramble is really tofu, but it has the same light and fluffy egg-like texture we all love.
You’ll also use a fun walnut crumble to capture the meaty flavors of sausage.
Avocado toast is great, but what about avocado pizza?
This vegetarian naan bread breakfast pizza takes every millennial’s favorite breakfast and gives it a fun twist.
All you need are some pre-made naan breads (I like to use garlic for that extra kick of flavor).
Though this homemade recipe is pretty superb! So if you have the time, I highly recommend giving it a go.
From there, it’s as easy as making your favorite avocado smash and a crispy fried egg.
Pizza is usually off the menu if you’re on a keto diet.
Luckily, this simple keto-friendly recipe utilizes a low-carb crust of cheese, eggs, and a modest serving of almond flour.
That’s all 100% keto-approved and 100% delish!
Once the crust is complete, go crazy with the keto-friendly toppings such as bacon, ham, sausage, eggs, and cheese!
I love any excuse to whip out my handy dandy Air Fryer. And this pizza is almost an everyday recipe in my house.
Since it bakes in the basket, this is more of a deep dish, Chicago-style pizza, which means it’s nice and thick.
It uses pre-made crescent roll dough for the crust. And it turns wonderfully crisp and buttery with golden brown and bubbly cheese.
And just like eggs Florentine, this recipe is brimming with healthy greens and nutrition.
This pizza features salty feta cheese with earthy spinach and bright herbs on a homemade rustic crust.
Just make sure your phone’s ready for the egg break. You’ll want a slow-mo of that yellow richness running over the top.
This spinach and feta puff pasty pizza is a terrific choice if you want something lighter for breakfast or brunch.
The store-bought puff pasty is so soft and buttery it almost melts in your mouth.
Pair it with feta, spinach, and eggs, and you’re good to go.
Shakshuka is a Middle-Eastern or North African dish that poaches eggs in a rich tomato sauce.
To transform this rustic dish into a pizza, you’ll use the tomato poaching sauce as your pizza sauce.
It’s pretty thick, so making dents for the eggs is easy. Top it off with cheese and bake until golden.
If you like the idea of pizza for breakfast but don’t want all those heavy carbs, try this light and crisp phyllo dough pizza instead.
You’ve likely tried phyllo in desserts like baklava. But it works just as well as a pizza base.
It’s light and crispy like delicate flatbread and goes perfectly with rich breakfast foods like eggs, feta cheese, and bacon.
Better yet, it won’t weigh you down. So go ahead and have a second slice!
Do you know what these breakfast pizzas lack? Potatoes!
For this dough-free pizza, you’ll cook frozen shredded hash browns in a skillet.
Soon enough, it’ll be a crispy, crunchy base ready for all those yummy breakfast toppings.
If you’re someone that always orders hash browns extra crispy, you’ll love this recipe.
Go back to bed, eggs; you aren’t needed this morning.
Fruit pizzas will forever and always be a big hit at the breakfast table. They’re delicately sweet, fun to prepare, and oh-so-scrummy.
With ripe summer berries, a sweetened cream cheese sauce, and whole wheat pita bread, they’re a delightful dish that comes together in a jiffy.
A bagel is just a pizza with a hole in it, right? So why not load some pizza dough up and feed the whole family?
Bagels and lox are the ultimate brunch treat, after all. But they only serve one.
So, if you want everyone to enjoy this classic breakfast, just add everything bagel seasoning and lox to a store-bought or homemade pizza base.
Pair it with creamy low-fat yogurt, capers, and red onions. Wow!
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