Top-ranked recipe named "Brunch Pizza"
Try this Brunch Pizza recipe, or contribute your own. "Italian" and "Meats" are two tags used to describe Brunch Pizza.
"I made my own dough for this, and used monterey jack cheese cause thats what I had. We don't eat a lot of ham so I used Italian sausage, and added mushrooms. Im sure it different from your recipe but not too far off, thanks for the idea."- aphilbeck8
Pat the pizza dough out on a 13- by 9-inch pan, baking, sheet or a round pizza pan. Cut the ham into strips and put them on the dough. Sprinkle on the cheese. Combine the eggs and milk in a bowl and beat to blend. Pour the eggs over the dough and sprinkle on the oregano. Bake in a 375-degree oven for 20 to 30 minutes.
thepredas2008 4 years agoI modified this recipe slightly by adding chopped onion, green pepper, used shredded cheese and diced ham. Really easy to make and very tastey!!!
Pickygiggles 5 years agoIt was great for him. I would like for it to have been less salty. He loved it though.
aphilbeck8 5 years agoI made my own dough for this, and used monterey jack cheese cause thats what I had. We don't eat a lot of ham so I used Italian sausage, and added mushrooms. Im sure it different from your recipe but not too far off, thanks for the idea.
crittermom17 8 years agoI made this for breakfast this AM and it was a big hit. Will definately be making this again. So easy; so delicious. I added some cheddar cheese just because I needed to use a small amount I had left. Thanks for posting.
stevemur 8 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
rytonthyme 8 years agoIt was VERY easy. I swapped out the recommended ingredients for fat free versions and it was delicious.
klus263 8 years agoI impressed my husband again. Though he suggested trying sausage the next in place of the ham.
Lilbama 9 years agoVery good pizza was crusty and easy to make, did not take too long to make, I used whole milk instead of lowfat
prepchef 10 years ago