Let’s just be up front with this: There is nothing healthy about this meal. It’s NOT fat-free and it’s NOT low calorie.
But comfort food-wise, this is the best way to start your morning.
Oh, also: It’s NOT the breakfast of champions. But who cares, you gotta try this.
Behold the slice of breakfast pizza (pitza?). Essentially what we did was make a really big omelet and put it on a pizza crust covered with cheese.
Well, actually, we TRIED to make a really big omelet. It fell apart at the last minute and we ended up with about 67 percent in tact. More than half but still a D+.
Some recipes we saw called for some sort of sausage gravy, but we thought two things: 1. That was waaaay too much trouble for a morning meal, and, 2. Eating that would give you have instant heart attack.
To make Feaston-style breakfast pizza, here is what you need:
- Thin pizza crust
- About four strips of bacon, diced
- Five eggs, beaten
- Green pepper, diced
- Half an onion, diced
- Turkey sausage (fully cooked variety), diced
- Cheddar cheese
After you get done choppin’, throw the green pepper, onion and sausage in a small frying pan. The goal here is to take the edge off the raw veggies.
Since we will have a couple of pans on the stove, save yourself some trouble and cook the bacon in the microwave. We’re just going to dice it anyway. Pack it in paper towel and start with a couple of minutes and continue until it is cooked through.
In a well heated pan sprayed with your choice of non-stick spray throw in the sausage, bacon, veggies and eggs. Like I said, we tried omelet, but would recommend just scrambling them for everyone else.
While that is cooking, preheat the oven according to the pizza crust directions. Sprinkle a thin layer of cheese on the bare crust (this acts as the glue).
Dump your eggy mixture on and throw on an additional layer of cheese.
Bake it, slice it and top it with ketchup. Happy eating!