Pioneer Woman’s Breakfast Pizza Recipe

I opened my new Pioneer Woman “Food from my Frontier” cookbook to actually cook from it and not just read it like a far off dream. Breakfast pizza sounded like a perfect brunch. I’ve never seen this on her blog. It’s a reason indeed to buy the cookbook! 

Of course, it has pepper bacon on it. I have a “bacon tooth” as my farmer friend, Brent of 4G Farms termed. If the recipe has bacon in it, on it, wherever…I will love it.

Pioneer Woman’s Breakfast Pizza
Ingredients:
1 pound thick cut peppered bacon
3 cups frozen hash browns
2 TBSP canola oil
3 diced bell peppers (I used the mini peppers, red, orange and yellow.)
Pizza Dough (I used 2 store bought packets you mix with water or make Pioneer Woman’s homemade pizza dough)
1 cup salsa (She called for 1/2 cup but I used 1 cup and it was perfect.)
12 ounces fresh mozzarella, sliced (I used deli slice mozzarella because fresh mozzarella is a novelty rarely found on the remote prairie in my one and only but much appreciated grocery store.)
8 large eggs (I used 10 eggs.)
Salt and pepper to taste (I also added just a bit of cayenne pepper to the hash browns.)

Preheat oven to 475F. Place oven rack on the lowest position, according to PW’s directions.

I baked 1 lb. of peppered bacon. While the bacon is baking or frying…add 1 TBSP of canola oil to large frying pan or skillet…

fry up the hash browns on medium high heat, when lightly golden brown set aside. While the hash browns fried, I diced the bell peppers.
Then I fried the diced peppers with 1 TBSP canola oil on medium heat for 5-7 minutes. Set aside is what PW said. I listened.

 Roll out the pizza dough on a baking sheet. I used a jelly roll pan and sprayed it ahead of time with cooking spray. Then spread the salsa all over the pizza dough as the sauce. I reversed the order. PW recommended mozzarella cheese on the salsa. I spread the hash browns first, then the cheese. I wanted the cheese to melt over the hash browns.

Actually, I wasn’t paying attention. So cheese, hash browns or hash browns, cheese slices, either way works! Who makes rules about breakfast pizza? I don’t.

Evenly distribute the fried bell peppers and the bacon. Then crack the eggs in a fun fashion. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Bake for 13-15 minutes, or until the crust is golden brown, according to recipe directions. I baked for 15 minutes. The eggs were perfect.

Breakfast pizza was cut and served immediately to princesses at our house along with a starving like a pack of wolves teenager and big appetite husband.

This is a big recipe and serves 8-10 people. We had leftovers which Nathan had for lunch today. This is definitely going to be a recipe I will be serving for family gatherings and on weekends for family brunches. 
Now onto more cooking in “Food From My Frontier” from the Pioneer Woman. Have you cooked Pioneer Woman recipes? What’s your favorite recipe?
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Comments

  1. I have a breakfast pizza recipe that comes from a church cookbook that I adore! So easy, and always a hit w/ my boys.

  2. I don’t have either of her cookbooks (gasp), but I cook regularly from her cooking page and Tasty kitchen!
    My favorite PW: chicken and noodles with our chicken and homemade noodles
    My favorite TK: Chocolate cobbler

  3. This looks wonderful! I haven’t had a chance to buy her second cookbook! You are making me a little jealous! 🙂

  4. I have her first cookbook and want the second really bad! I’ve made her sour cream pancakes. So delicious! Light and airy goodness. I’ll need to try this out soon.

  5. Breakfast pizza is one of my favorite things! I am not much on regular breakfast foods, so it is always a treat. Thanks for your comments about my beekeeping project. I am very excited about it!

  6. I’m making this recipe tonight it looks so good! I’m actually cooking my way through my two pioneer woman cookbooks, it’s a butter-filled adventure that’s for sure. I love
    your blog 🙂

    ~Meg, from http://www.willwork4cupcakes.blogspot.com

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