Breakfast Pizza

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I really did want to go out this past weekend, I swear I did. But alas, thinking about trying on outfits that don’t fit, while trying to look normal without a headband on, and knowing my couch is only 2ft away with the Food Network ready to go….yeah, going out downtown definitely didn’t happen.

INSTEAD, I stayed in with my hungover girlfriends, watched entertaining movies, and ate mass amounts of food. We started off the afternoon with the movie ‘Burlesque’…this is the third time I’ve seen it and yes, I absolutely LOVE it…every time. We then watched ‘How to Train a Dragon’ and couldn’t stop smiling. Holy sh*t that movie is ADORABLE. No seriously, I giggled with joy throughout all of it. If I was dumb enough to have kids, I would show them this movie. Cute message.

And because all the girls were having a hangover Saturday, they decided they wanted to have pizza. As soon as I heard that, I knew I was going to have to make my own food. I’m absolutely down for cheat meals, and cheat on my diet on a regular basis, but pizza would KILL me. And I would be 6 lbs heavier as soon as bread hit my saliva. I’m not even kidding. Saddlebags are an often occurrence whenever cheats come into my diet. So I went in paleo mode and tried a different kind of paleo pizza.  And I decided to splurge with some goat cheese…I knew I’d only gain 2 lbs from the dairy. Life is all about choices people.

The pizza I made was covered in bacon and sweet potatoes AND goat cheese. But this wonderful pizza is the even better version of the pizza that I made specifically for Laura. She’s so great. And she likes breakfast. And eggs.

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Paleo Breakfast Pizza

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Ingredients

For the pizza dough-

  • 1/2 cup coconut flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon rosemary
  • 1/4 teaspoon tarragon
  • 1/4 teaspoon basil
  • 1/4 teaspoon sage

For the pizza toppings:

  • 9 eggs, whisked
  • 1/2 lb breakfast sausage
  • 1 red onion, sliced
  • 810 sundried tomatoes, sliced
  • 1 bundle asparagus, chopped
  • 68 garlic cloves, peeled
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil

Instructions

First make you dough-

  1. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
  2. In a large bowl, first add your dry ingredients and combine together (coconut flour, seasonings, baking soda and powder).
  3. Then add wet ingredients to the bowl: eggs and coconut milk. Mix all ingredients together and let sit for around 2 minutes to let thicken. The dough will be more like a batter. Don’t freak.
  4. Lay parchment paper down on a cookie sheet and pour the batter on the sheet. Use a spoon to smooth it out, evenly.
  5. Bake for 20-22 minutes. Once it is golden brown, use the parchment paper to flip the pizza crust over onto the cookie sheet. Be careful, it can get ugly. Breaks easily. You were warned.

While the crust is baking, cook up your toppings-

  1. Put a large skillet over medium-high heat and cook your breakfast sausage through. Once fully cooked, place on a plate to the side while you cook your other ingredients.
  2. Now add one tablespoon of olive oil to your used skillet, along with your onions to begin to caramelize. Stir occasionally to be sure they don’t burn.
  3. While the onions caramelize, grab out a small pot, add a bit of olive oil to it along with your asparagus, garlic cloves, and sundried tomatoes. Mix to coat and pour in 1 tablespoon of water and cover to steam.
  4. When your onions are done caramelizing, and your asparagus is tender, remove from heat and place onions with the breakfast sausage.
  5. Last thing you’ll need to cook is your eggs so crack them directly to your used skillet and use spatula to scramble those little boogers.
  6. Once the crust is baked and flipped, top with olive oil, scrambled eggs, breakfast sausage, onions, garlic cloves, asparagus, and sundried tomatoes on top.
  7. Turn on the broiler on high and put the pizza back in the oven for 2-3 minutes until top is perfectly cooked.

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Oh, Hi! I’m Juli.

I’m a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer. If you don’t know me well, you will probably not understand my humor. Therefore, I apologize ahead of time. Thanks for listening to my ramblings of my ever-changing life and trusting my kitchen mishaps. Your trust in me is appreciated.

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37 thoughts on “Breakfast Pizza”

  1. "If I was dumb enough to have kids, I would show them this movie." You've missed your calling as a film critic, for sure. Thanks for the great recipes – paleo pizza is on the horizon!

  2. Hmmmm phil, I havent replied because I've been trying to figure something out. Ground flax seed might bind it a bit better, but the eggs are what make it rise. I'll keep trying to figure something out for your 2 year old.

    Anthony- obviously a caring mother is not my first calling.

    Reid- i miss you.

    Emily- PLEASE make this, then invite me over for dinner. I like being the 3rd wheel with you and Adam.

  3. thejourneyoftwo

    Does the crust come out crunchy or soft for you? I made it last week and it was softer than I prefer in a crust, not in a soggy, uncooked way. It was definitely cooked through and it tasted amazing, but it just didn't have that crispy traditional think pizza crust texture. I'm wondering if there is anything I can do to crisp it up better, or if it's just naturally a softer texture than traditional crust?

  4. Mine was a bit softer, but I like my crust that way. I think to make it crisper, using less eggs may help or adding some flax meal for "thicken" it up a bit. The baking soda and powder make it puff up a bit, so maybe lessening those ingredients would help as well!!

  5. Juli your site is amazing…thank you so much for taking the time to post! I was wondering if you have ever tried to freeze your pizza crust? I would like to make a large batch to save time.

  6. Dumb question, what size are you aiming for to make the crust? Like approx. width and thickness would be awesome. I will just go with what looks right, but was thinking that it might be helpful for others to know this stuff ( can you tell I’ve never made my own crust before? )

    1. The last time I made it, I made a rectangle shaped one and it was probably half size of a cookie sheet….sooooo probably 6×9 or 6×6…I just tried to spread it out evenly but not too thin!

  7. Is your daughter allergic to the whole egg? Or just the yolk? I am 30 years old and have been allergic to egg yolk my whole life. I get by just fine substituting egg whites for every recipe I make, including all baked goods.. Most of my friends can’t even tell when I bring cookies that they are yolk free.

    And I didn’t’ know that it was just the yolk I was allergic to, until I was about 12

  8. HI! I just wanted to leave a quick comment for the person who has a daughter with an egg allergie. A friend of mine is not allergic to eggs, but prefers not to eat them. I know when she is baking, she substitutes banana’s for egg’s. She Doesn’t use egg’s anymore at all. Now, it does leave a slight banana taste on most of the things she cooks, but you would be surpised at how yummy it tastes in different things. Just thought I would share.

  9. When a recipe calls for coconut flower is it acceptable to use almond flour instead? My town is not very health food grocery friendly but i did manage to find almond flour!

    1. Coconut flour and almond flour are very different so not necessarily. You should order some coconut flour online at Tropical Traditions. Their stuff is awesome!

      1. I read the part about it being batter consistancy after I posted. I ended up putting it in a zip bag and piping it onto the parchment paper. They came out really good! Great flavors! I made them to go with dinner tomorrow….so I will spread either some organic butter or melted coconut oil on them and then sprinkle with garlic powder and pop them in the oven for a few minutes before I serve them. I think they will be great!

  10. I am new to Paleo& have to avoid any sugars, fruit (except 1/2 c berries and don’t think I can have sweet potatoes so this recipe sounds right up my alley- cant wait to try it.

    Love some of the dessert recipes- just have to figure out how to adjust them – without maple syrup or sweet potatoes.

  11. Hi Juli,

    Thanks for the amazing recipes, I can’t wait to try this. But I am wondering if you used full fat or the “lite” version of canned coconut milk. And do you think it would make a difference?

    Thanks!

  12. I was so excited to make this. The picture makes it look so yummy, but mine came out horrible wrong. It smelled great. It was very soggy and the texture was crumbly and yucky. I don’t know what I did wrong. The batter was nothing like dough it was like thick pancake batter. I am so disappointed.

  13. I just discovered your pizza recipe. My family recently started following the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. My boys have sorely missed pizza. I followed the crust instructions you described making some slight modifications to make it SCD legal and they were overjoyed!!!! (Basically I just ommitted the baking powder.) We’ve used the crust for savory pizzas as well as crust, nut butter, banana rollups. Thank you thank you.
    I also made it for nonSCD family members with a can of lite coconut milk from TJs. It came out fine.

  14. I see you use a lot of coconut flour and coconut oils…I’m allergic to coconut…what is a good alternative that is similar enough to not alter recipes much?
    Thanks!

  15. Love, love this site! Thanks so much for sharing your recipes! I have to be up and out of the house quickly in the morning. Would this recipe lend itself to making on the weekend and warming up during the work week?

  16. OMG every recipe of yours I have tried is amazing I JUST made this and it was awesome! My dough was kinda soggy though did I just not cook it for long enough? It was still amazing though, but I want to know what to do differently next time 🙂 I will definitely make it again

  17. I made this 2day was really good…I made cashew sauce as cheese 🙂
    Thank u for all this recipe.It really help me now bec our twins boys started to do paleo as they sure both have Autism.

  18. Hi Juli, I recently bought your paleo cookbook and love it and you! I’m about to go on vacation and was wondering if the pizza dough can be made in advance and how long it would last. Thanks!

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