Breakfast Pizza

October 14, 2013 · 1 comment

Who wouldn’t be thankful for the blamazing colors of autumn, the opportunity to celebrate TWO Thanksgivings, and pizza?

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Blamazing autumn colors?

Check.

Hearts that beat in rhythms of gratitude with soporified Canadian family and friends groaning over pumpkin and/or apple pie?

Check.

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Leftover raw spelt pizza dough in the fridge from last night, no bread in the house for breakfast, and the desire to make a celebration-worthy breakfast for Rick?

Check.

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A new rickandkathy.com favorite celebration breakfast tradition is born: a DEE-licious, unfussy, and finger food friendly breakfast offering for mornings when the house is full and the cook wants to play outside of the kitchen, too.

(I had no idea how table-banging tasty and share-worthy this was going to be until we had scarfed down fully half of it. Otherwise, I would have taken more photos in the making thereof. Sorry.)

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Here’s the easy-peasie part:

Place pizza stone ([easyazon-link asin=”B004ZLY3US” locale=”us”]you do have a pizza stone, right?[/easyazon-link]) in the oven and set oven to 475 degrees.

Get your pizza dough base of choice (leftover raw spelt dough from last night/pre-made Boboli/gluten-free delight/weirdo Pillsbury biscuit waddever) spread out on a piece of parchment paper, prick enthusiastically with a fork, and dress with a light coating of olive oil. When the oven reaches temp, pop ‘er in for about 7 minutes or so, until it’s lightly browned.

Meanwhile, whisk together 6 eggs and about 2 tablespoons of luke-warm water, 1/2 tsp salt, a good shake of black pepper, 2 tsp. of oregano and 1 tsp of crushed red pepper flakes. Cook in a saut√© pan like you’re making scrambled eggs, which, technically, you are at this point.

Spread the scrambled eggage over the browned crust, and cover the whole schmidteroo with a blend of cheddar, parmesan, and mozzarella cheese. Return to the oven until the cheese is all melty and photogenic, or about another 7 minutes.

Serve with orange juice, extra pepper flakes on hand for the masochistic among you, and love.

Winston was very excited about breakfast pizza, too.

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Kathy P. October 14, 2013 at 7:22 am

Sounds good! We are in gorgeous fall plumage here, as well — brilliant gold, flaming coral, bright scarlet, inky purple, and glowing yellows abound. : )

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