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Breakfast Mini Pizzas

September/October 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (64 votes)

Pizza’s not just for dinner! Here we combine two kid favorites—mini pizzas and scrambled eggs—for a breakfast treat adults and kids will both love.



READER'S COMMENT:
"delish! we used to make these mini pizzas as a quick lunch or snack when i was a kid and we always experimented with toppings. The addition of egg makes it a breakfast food and I used vegetarian breakfast sausage instead of pepperoni. "
Breakfast Mini Pizzas

4 Reviews for Breakfast Mini Pizzas

08/19/2015
Recipe Missing Information

I agree with a previous poster. Looks good, but at what temperature is the oven or toaster oven to be set at? You just can't put "Preheat oven or toaster oven" without giving the temperature setting. That's a key piece of information missing. I'll skip over this one until then. Which is disappointing because it looks like something my picky 13 year old son would love.

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06/12/2012
Anonymous

This looks really good and I haven't actually tried it because I don't know what temperature to which I am suppose to preheat the oven and prepare this recipe.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 8 weeks ago

You would broil the bread, so

You would broil the bread, so there would be a broil setting and not a specific temperature.

01/06/2011
A kid pleaser

Made this for my family and my husband did not enjoy it, I thought it was okay but my 18 month old son loved it! He just gobbled it all up. I think this recipe definately appeals to younger children!

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09/07/2010

delish! we used to make these mini pizzas as a quick lunch or snack when i was a kid and we always experimented with toppings. The addition of egg makes it a breakfast food and I used vegetarian breakfast sausage instead of pepperoni.

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