Top-ranked recipe named "Yummy Breakfast Pizza"
This is a great way to serve eggs, sausage, hash browns and rolls all at the same time and it tastes great too!
"You GO, Cogramma!!! Awesomeness. My husband who doesn't care for sausage raved about it. My oldest stopped using his fork! It was a total pig out. I admit that I added more cheese, maybe /2 C cheddar and 1/2 C pepper jack and some green onions I needed to use up. I used the hash browns with peppers and onions, too. You could substitute those new sausage crumblers (in the pizza section) if pressed for time. A total keeper! Thanks!"- Czwhiz
Cook the sausage in a skillet until browned; drain off fat.
Seperate crescent roll dough into 8 triangles.
Place them on an ungreased 12-inch pizza pan, with points facing towards center. Press onto bottom and up the sides of the pan to form crust; seal perforations.
Spoon cooked sausage over the crust. Sprinkle the thawed seasoned hash browns over the sausage and top with shredded colby-jack cheese.
In a bowl, beat together the milk, eggs, salt and pepper and pour into crust.
Sprinkle Parmesan cheese over all. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 25-30 minutes.
NUTRITION FACTS: (per serving) Calories 190 Total Fat 15g (saturated fat 3.5g) Carbs 16g Sugars 1g Protein 5g Sodium 87mg Cholesterol 20mg Potassium 140mg Fibe 1g
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cyncyn1 6 months ago
Bebop2 8 months agoI was so excited to try this for my family. My husband thought it was okay, but my picky teen boys didn't like it. I had used real potatoes & shredded them (patted off the water), and they didn't like the 'hash browns'. I did not try it myself.
SheldonKitchen 10 months agoLoved it!
VerolynC 1 year agoJust as the title says, this is a yummy breakfast pizza. I enjoyed it very much and so did the kids. The recipe is very easy to make. I only had one problem; I made mine on my pizza stone. When I poured the egg mixture it started to run over the edge onto the floor. I stopped the problem by rolling up the edges of the pizza. So, a pizza pan with edges would be the best to use. ;) We will definitely make this again.
Corwin26 1 year agoMade again, this never fails to please, WE LOVE IT!
ReverendKen 1 year agoI must appologize in a previous comment I meant to say guryere cheese not sharp Cheddar, sorry, I may have misspelled the cheese type. Reverend Ken J. Gertner
ReverendKen 1 year agoI already said it was a great recipe, but adding salsa makes it just a little better also, and I used sharp Cheddar for a sufferance. Thanks, Reverend Ken J. Gertner
Corwin26 1 year agoSUPER YUMMY! I dig this recipe, super easy to follow directions and delicious too! TY!
skifer 1 year ago
onlyonemj 2 years agoAwesome, but we added sausage gravy for sauce and half an onion chopped, its awesome. :):):)