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Here we are on a Saturday morning and my five year old boy is STARVING!!! I don’t want to just give him some quick breakfast treat. It is the weekend and he deserves a nice hot meal cooked by his daddy. If you have ever tried cooking for little ones, then you know that it can truly be a challenge. He seems to get bored of the same old things easily. So, I had to dip into my bag of tricks.
Suddenly, it occurred to me that my boy loves pizza, so why not make a breakfast pizza. This could be a little challenging considering the wife and I are on a low carb diet. However, I know of a recipe to make pizza dough using cauliflower and cream cheese which comes out to less than 1 gram of carbs per serving.
Now, what am I going to put on it? Eggs of course, but it needs something else. I needed a high quality breakfast sausage to add a little zing.
So, I reached into the fridge to get my Wright Brand breakfast sausage I had bought at Sam’s Club and realized it was the perfect topping for this pizza. Of course, every pizza needs a sauce, so I can utilize some of the sausage to make my own sausage gravy, thickened with cornstarch to keep carbs low.
First, I popped some sausage in the oven to cook, because you never want to top a pizza with raw meat products. While that was cooking, I ground up the remaining sausage with an onion and made my gravy. As that simmered I scrambled up some eggs and got them ready. It is all coming together now!!! The smell of a high quality sausage like Wright Brand is intoxicating and tantalizing in the morning when you are hungry.
Finally, the sausage is cooked, gravy is done, and it is time to build a pizza. Using a pizza pan or a baking pan like I used, place the crust of your choice in the bottom and spread the gravy evenly across the pizza crust. Next, top with eggs and cheese.
Finally, slice your sausage links and place on top of cheese. Bake in oven at 400 degrees for about fifteen to twenty minutes. I should mention, it makes the pizza cook a little better if you precook your crust for ten minutes before building. Remove from the oven, slice and enjoy. My boy gobbled it up in no time, and by using a cauliflower crust, I got him to eat his veggies!!!
- twelve piece Wright Brand Sausage (cooked and sliced)
- two cup sausage gravy
- two cup shredded cheese
- one piece premade pizza crust
- 8 large eggs (cooked anad scrambled)
|precook pizza dough|
|spread gravy on crust, top with eggs, cheese and sliced sausage|
|Bake in oven at 400 degrees for fifteen to twenty minutes|