Mini Breakfast Pizza


A couple weeks ago I instragrammed a picture of breakfast pizzas I made here at my little inn. Several of you have been asking and emailing me for the recipe. Well, I finally had the chance to make them again and was able to snap a few pictures this time.

So, without future adieu, here is my recipe for Mini Breakfast Pizza!

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This recipe is adapted from Pillsbury’s Recipe for Ham, Swiss and Cheddar Breakfast Pizza.

Here’s what you’ll need to make four mini pizzas:

2 tbsp dijon mustard (use dijon, regular yellow mustard just doesn’t cut it)

4 tbsp mayonnaise

4 Pillsbury Grands frozen buttermilk biscuits, thawed

1/2 teaspoon butter or margarine

6 eggs

½ cup chopped, cooked bacon

2 tablespoon sliced green onion

½ cup shredded cheddar cheese

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Heat oven to 350°F. 

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper or silicone mat.

On a heavily floured (these get really sticky so use a lot of flour) roll out your biscuits into a 5-inch round circle. 

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Bake biscuits 6 to 8 minutes or until golden brown.

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In small bowl, stir mustard and mayonnaise. Chop cooked bacon (I just used precooked bacon). Chop green onions.

Scramble your eggs in a skillet with butter until your eggs are thick and completely cooked, but still a little moist.

Spread mustard mixture on each biscuit. Top each with your scrambled eggs, bacon, onion, and cheddar cheese. 

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Bake 3 to 4 minutes or until hot and the cheese is melted.

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 Slice and eat!

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I like this combination the best, but you can top your pizzas with whatever ingredients you like.

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Ham and swiss.
Sausage and pepperjack.
Just veggies and cheese.
Whatever makes your tongue and tummy happy.

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These come together really easy. If you are throwing a party or celebration you could set up a ‘make your own breakfast pizza bar’. Pre-bake your biscuits and fill a table with lots of topping options. If you do this, I’m requesting an invitation.

Or make a variety of pizzas and chop them up into bite size pieces.

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Either way, in my opinion, these are delish and have become a go-to recipe for me.

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In case you were wondering, yes, I decide to add some peacock dinner plates to my fiestaware collection.  Why? Well, I found this tablecloth and the peacock color just looks too perfect with it. Don’t you think?

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To go along with my Mini Breakfast Pizzas, I made Strawberry Nutella Poptarts. I’ve been seeing homemade poptarts floating around Pinterest for some time and I’ve been wanting to try them.

So when I saw the recipe for these from The Novice Chef I knew that they would be perfect as my inaugural homemade poptart.

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Clearly mine look don’t look half as cute as hers. I was not about to shape my strawberry slices into cute little hearts at 5:30 in the morning.

But, I will say they are super delicious and totally remind me of a poptart, but in a much, much better way.

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Plus, they are pretty darn easy to put together. You can click here for the recipe (and a whole lot more cuteness) from The Novice Chef. Thanks so much to Jessica for her fabulous idea and tutorial.

Hope you enjoy the Mini Breakfast Pizza Recipe. What combination of ingredients would you like on your breakfast pizza?

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  • Jen Butter at

    I made these pizza this morning. I had to raise the temp oven to 375 to get the crust to brown. They turned out great. My 11 year old eat 2 of the pizza!

  • Andrea at

    Thanks for the recipe! I don’t see where to use the butter thigh?

  • evangcooper at

    Those homemade pop tarts look delicious!!! So pretty too!!

  • Melissa from the Blue House at

    OOOOH YUM! These would look delicious even if I wasn’t pregnant, starting and ate breakfast 3 hours ago….

  • Denise Russell at

    It is 1:30am in Utah as I read this… Dang it, too early for breakfast pizzas… I love them! Would not change a thing on the toppings at first, but later would try hearts of palm, scallions, and swiss cheese.

    Question: who took the bit out of the pop tart??? 🙂

    Am joining your blog right now!

  • Jessica {The Novice Chef Blog} at

    Thanks for the sweet shoutout Michael! I am so glad you liked them!

    …and no, I agree…making hearts out of strawberries at 5am would be insane haha 😉

  • Gabriela at

    My god, Michael! I love your cooking, I love your photography, your composition, I love your blog, and I love your serveware. Will you marry me?

  • tamdoll at

    These look delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe – totally doable for company!

  • Sam I Am...... at

    Looks yummy! And not to “involved” either with common ingredients, thank you!
    My fav color combo this year is red and turquoise so of course I love your tablecloth and fiesta ware!
    I love yellow…all time fav but recently I’ve been loving English blogs and they show a lot of those 2 colors and with some green thrown in…LOVE!!!!
    BTW….I got my Trool Bead bracelet today!!!!!! Gorgeous!!!!
    I think I’m going to add a bead every year on my birthday. Thank you SO much Michael and to Troll Beads. My blog post tomorrow will include it so please stop by and accept my profound gratitude…it is a very special gift and I can’t thank you enough!

  • Sue at

    These look so delicious, and pretty easy too:) Coupled with the pop tarts, this would get any sleepyhead out of bed!

  • Scargosun at

    I am SO Pepperplate-ing these! Cannot wait to try. Do you think that if I made the ‘crust’ part on one day, I could assemble each morning and bake? There are only 2 of us so an entire biscuit roll might not work.

  • slip4 at

    Thanks for sharing the recipe. Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day! And I love Fiestaware too. The peacock is so pretty 🙂 Especially on that tablecloth.

  • lanae at

    Thank you so much Michael for posting this!! I hope mine turn out as “pretty”.

  • Brea-Lisa-Daisy at

    Hi Michael, Thank you so much for the great recipes! I make my own wheat dough and keep it frozen, when I need to make pizza, calzone, and I used for this breakfast recipe, it turn out so taste and delicious too. My kids loved! have a nice inspired day!

  • Kelsey Poofy Cheeks at

    These look awesome! Grands! needs to sign you up as one of their recipe experts, the things you do with their refrigerated products always amazes me! 🙂

  • beaner at

    these look great, I look forward to making them. I made the mini danish things and they were a huge hit!

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