Bacon & Egg Breakfast Pizza

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Good morning! It’s nearly midnight and I’m about to nod off to bed. I couldn’t allow myself to rest, however, until I spilled some exciting news. Some verrry exciting news. Perhaps the most exciting thing that has ever happened to me, ever.
My laundry is caught up.
I know, huh?! I’m so excited to wake up in the morning, waltz my slippered toes downstairs, pad across the kitchen, and peek at the laminate decor on the floor of the laundry room. Who knew there was a design on the floor of the laundry room? I, for one, did not. Because laundry is a beast. It takes over my hours. It hogs our hampers. It hides the blue speckled diamonds so lovingly carved into our linoleum in the mid-90′s. 
Well, tomorrow the laundry can eat it. I tamed that bad boy tonight and there’s nothing all those clean clothes can do about it. Time like this call for an extra special breakfast. Times like this call for Bacon and Egg Pizza. And Halloween candy for breakfast dessert.
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I feel so powerful. I feel so free. I feel so…
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Uh-oh.
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I just realized. I’m still haven’t put on my pajamas. Which means, as soon as I take off today’s outfit…
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There’ll be a hamper full of laundry.
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Dang you, laundry! I will not allow you to steal my triumph. I shall prevail!

(Looks like someone’s sleeping in her Levi’s tonight.)

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Bacon & Egg Breakfast Pizza

Ingredients:

1 tube refrigerated pizza dough
1 cup alfredo sauce
1/2 cup sharp white cheddar
6 medium eggs
1/4 cup cooked bacon pieces
2 cups fresh spinach, chopped
4 green onions, diced

Directions:

Spread the pizza dough onto a pizza pan or pizza stone. Bake at 400 degrees for 7-9 minutes (you want to bake the dough, but not brown it). Spread alfredo sauce over the pizza crust, using a spoon to make little wells in the sauce for the eggs. Doing so will keep the eggs in place, and keep them from overflowing off of the crust. Sprinkle cheese over the sauce. Crack eggs into the little wells. Sprinkle with bacon and pepper the eggs. Return to the oven and allow pizza to bake just until the tops of the eggs have turned white, about 6-8 minutes for slightly runny yolks. If you want the yolks to be cooked through, leave the pizza in the oven for an additional 3-5 minutes. Remove, slice, sprinkle with chopped spinach and green onions. Enjoy!

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14 Responses to “Bacon & Egg Breakfast Pizza”

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    mangiabella on November 4, 2010 at 12:18 am Reply

    hey bella, it's midnight and I'm up blogging too – sophia's sick and joshua's cutting a mouth full of teeth so there's been a whole lotta cryin' around here…from the kids too…haha…boy can I relate to the bottomless laundry pile =/

    this breakfast pizza is the bomb diggy!

    oh New York New York, home sweet home, the roots of my tree…do you have time to stop by grandma's kitchen in East Long Island hehe…meat-a-balls as big as your head! Otherwise, I bet you would enjoy a cup of the richest hot chocolate on the planet at the cacao bar/tea salon at MarieBelle SoHo (212) 925-6999 located at 484 Broome St, between Wooster St and West Broadway.

    live it up sweet bella, see a broadway show while your there =)

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    www.kevinandamanda.com on November 4, 2010 at 1:35 am Reply

    Oh, hallelujah, this looks incredible! :) I saw a breakfast pizza on "The Best Thing I Ever Ate" and have been obsessed with it ever since. Can't wait to try this! :)

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    Liz on November 4, 2010 at 3:57 am Reply

    SOOOOO making this! Yum.

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    Nicole on November 4, 2010 at 7:46 am Reply

    Carmine's and Sardine's both down by the theater district are AWESOME but you know what, you CAN'T go wrong with stopping by and having a hotdog from a cart. SERIOUSLY!

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    Angie on November 4, 2010 at 9:27 am Reply

    Looks great, we use to make breakfast pizzas every Sunday morning when my boyfriend (now hubby) and I use to work at a pizza place. I love them so much! But yours looks better than his, LOL.

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    Shaleena on November 4, 2010 at 10:01 am Reply

    My gosh. Thank you so much! I never know what to make for breakfast to kinda switch it up. Without syrup (Nathan can only have so many waffles… french toast… pancakes…)

    Have fun in New York! :D Say hi to Nick Arrojo for me. Ha.

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    marla {family fresh cooking} on November 4, 2010 at 10:24 am Reply

    Congrats on being caught up on your laundry-that is amazing news. I don't think that ever happens over here.
    Dang this breakfast pizza looks amazing-gotta bookmark now! xo

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    Pam on November 4, 2010 at 11:58 am Reply

    Oh my, I am eager to try your breakfast pizza. Yummm.

    Enjoy your time in the city.

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    Leslie on November 4, 2010 at 2:14 pm Reply

    All the laundry done??? That is the BEST feeling ever!!!!

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    Jas. on November 4, 2010 at 8:34 pm Reply

    omg – I want to eat this – NOW!

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    Laura on November 4, 2010 at 11:34 pm Reply

    Shall I say pizza? Can't top NYC pizza…absolutely delish. Check out Kelly Purkey's blog (you can google her name.) She lives there and seems to be a foodie as well.
    Enjoy!

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    Anonymous on November 5, 2010 at 7:19 am Reply

    I should be doing laundry instead of reading this blog. I'll never be caught up. Anyway, Junior's has delicious cheesecake. It's in the theater district. We also had amazing hotdogs and a smoothie drink at Gray's Papayas. Yum!

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    Eva on November 8, 2010 at 10:07 pm Reply

    Oh, wow. This pizza is heavenly. I made it and ate it a few hours ago. So so good.

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    Ms. Messmaker on November 9, 2010 at 7:04 pm Reply

    Thanks for posting this. The recipe looks yummy and is bound to make my egg-addicted hubby very very happy. I too fight the valiant laundry-battle….stay strong…you shall prevail!

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