Centsibly Sugar And Grain-Free #2: Breakfast Pizza

Centsibly Sugar And Grain-Free #2: Breakfast Pizza

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Raise your hand if you like cold pizza. Lame. Cold pizza is grody. No. Thank. You. Guess what? I’m married to a man who likes cold pizza – God is funny like that. But, on the flip side, I don’t like my pizza piping hot. I kinda like it warm…so that the cheese doesn’t burn the roof of my mouth. I have issues with waiting until food cools down…that’s normal, right?

Lots of people like pizza for breakfast. They grab a leftover piece out of the fridge and head to work…or class. When I was in college, lots of my friends ate cold pizza for breakfast. Not me – no way. I had higher standards than that – Toaster Strudels, baby…they are classier than Pop Tarts. ;-)

Gluten-Free Breakfast Pizza

I’m a huge fan of Better Homes and Gardens cookbooks (affiliate link butt covering per the FTC). This is yet another one from my mother-in-law. I’m telling y’all…she’s always sending me these subliminal messages that say “Make me chocolate cake.” Or maybe there was a note in there that said that…anyway, I’m taking the hint.

If you are ever stumped for ideas for a wedding gift, this cookbook is where it’s at. It comes in second only to my favorite cookbook of all time. Any homemaker would be tickled to have this in her arsenal. Do you know I also have one of the original Better Homes cookbooks? My grandmother gave it to me – I’ll be featuring it one day. It’s currently displayed in my kitchen for decoration.

Gluten-Free Breakfast Pizza

I’ve been making this recipe for Barry and myself for a while now – Barry LOVES IT. So, when I came across the Breakfast Pizza recipe in this cookbook, it reminded me that I have never blogged this one…bingo, baby. I didn’t use this particular recipe – it’s just a springboard for my imagination – kinda like commercials.

This recipe is Gluten-Free, as there is no crust – the “crust” is an egg base. It’s pretty firm, so if you cut your slices smaller and don’t load on the toppings, you can eat it with your hands. But I use a fork – because I’m weird like that. I always eat pizza with a fork. ALWAYS. Stacy –> OCD.

If a crust-less breakfast pizza is against your religion, I’ve got you covered with my other breakfast pizza version from my former SAD ways. You can just use whatever crust you want.

Gluten-Free Breakfast Pizza

So, the base for this pizza is egg. You’ll bake it like a quiche – I always like to bake until it’s totally done. That takes about 15 minutes…because I don’t want runny eggs. Runny eggs make me runny away.

While my eggs are baking, I’m sautéing my toppings. Because I hate putting raw toppings on pizza – they just end up being crunchy, which isn’t cool with me. For this pizza I like to fry up some sausage, onions, and green peppers. Bacon is a good option too – God bless Bacon. Amen.

Gluten-Free Breakfast Pizza

Whatever you like on your pizza, you can add to your breakfast pizza. Pepperoni is cool…ham and pineapple would be kickin’ awesome. Aloha. In separate news, did you know that plural of pepperoni is pepperoni? Yeah – it messed with my head too.

When you top the pizza you just stick it back in the oven until the cheese is melted – because we already sautéed the toppings. Booya.

See the new link up below the recipe for a bunch of GREAT sugar-free and grain-free recipes!!!

Gluten-Free Breakfast Pizza

 

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Top post from last week:

Cheeseburger Soup from Kitchen Stewardship

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My Top Three Picks:

Sweet Potato and Sausage Soup from Christian Mommy Blogger

Holy cow. Seriously? I love soup – but this might be one of the best soups EVAH!!! Barry doesn’t like sweet potato in his soup and even he was a fan of this one. Andy, my picky child, inhaled it. So yeah. Make this soup. Like, right now.

Sweet Potato Sausage Soup

Almond Butter Buckeyes from Whole Intentions

Dude – I love the combination of peanut butter and chocolate…but almond butter might even be better. These are SO GOOD!!!! Who needs sugar when you can feast on these puppies? I made a mistake and let Annie have one – epic failure…now she knows I have them. Must. Eat. Them. All. Today.

Almond Butter Buckeyes

Almond Coconut Pancakes from Simple Foody

We love pancakes in the Myers house. I enjoy trying all sorts of new recipes for them – the flavor of these is out of this world. Sometimes almond flour pancakes can be rather tasteless – not so with these. They are good with maple syrup and they’re good with peanut butter…and yogurt. And plain. I ain’t hatin’.

Almond Coconut Pancakes

 

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This post is linked at Slightly Indulgent Tuesday at Simply Sugar and Gluten Free, at Totally Tasty Tuesdays at Mandy’s Recipe Box, at Handmade Tuesdays at Ladybug Blessings, at Hearth and Soul Blog Hop at Premeditated Leftovers, at Show Me What You Got at Our Delightful Home, at In and Out of the Kitchen at Feeding Big, at Fat Tuesday at Real Food Forager, at Teach Me Tuesday at Growing Home, at Traditional Tuesdays at Delicious Obsessions, at Gluten Free Tuesday at Easy Green Mama, at Share It Link Party at The Winthrop Chronicles, at Wow Me Wednesday at Ginger Snap Crafts, at Wonderful Wednesdays at Ducks in a Row, at Gluten Free Wednesday at Gluten Free Homemaker, at Wonderful Food Wednesday at All She Cooks, at Make Bake Create at Hope in Every Season, at Tasty Thursdays at The Mandatory Mooch, at Thriving on Thursday at Domesblissity, at The Project Stash at Seven Alive, at Real Food Wednesday at Kelly the Kitchen Kop, at Wellness Wednesday at Intoxicated on Life, at Show and Share Wednesday at Mostly Homemade Mom, at Fresh Foods Link Up at Gastronomical Sovereignty, at Wednesday Whatsits at White Lights on Wednesday, at Welcome Home Wednesday at Raising Arrows, at Allergy Free Wednesdays at Whole New Mom, at Healthy 2Day Wednesday at Authentic Simplicity, at Works for Me Wednesday at We are That Family, at Pin It Thursday at Sweet Bella Roos, at Thank Your Body Thursday at Thank Your Body, at Fantastic Thursday at Five Little Chefs, at Thrive at Home Thursday at Live Called, at Frugal Food Thursday at Frugal Follies, at Full Plate Thursday at Miz Helen’s Country Cottage, at Simple Lives Thursday at My Humble Kitchen, at Let’s Get Real Link Party at 365ish Pins, at The Weekend Re-Treat at The Best Blog Recipes, at Family Fun Friday at Happy and Blessed Home, at Creative Connection at Chase the Star, at TGIF Link Party at A Peek Into My Paradise, at Crafty Friday at KItchen Fun with My 3 Sons, at Inspiration Gallery at Craftberry Bush, at The Party Bunch at Thirty Handmade Days, at Foodtastic Friday at Not Your Ordinary Recipes, at Gluten Free Fridays at Vegetarian Mamma, at Simple Meals Friday at Nourishing Simplicity, at Pin Junkie Link Party at The Pin Junkie, at Weekend Potluck at Sunflower Supper Club, at Friday Food Frenzy at Mostly Food and Crafts, at Weekend Wonders at The Thriftiness Miss, at Foodie Friday at Rattlebridge Farm, at Friday Favorites at Simply Sweet Home, at Freedom Fridays at My Turn For Us, at Foodie Friday at Simple Living Eating, at Get Him Fed Fridays at Anyonita Nibbles, at From the Farm at Fresh Eggs Daily, at Catch as Catch Can at My Repurposed Life, at Your Great Idea Link Party at Or So She Says, at Get Schooled Saturday at Too Much Time, at Show and Tell Saturday at Be Different Act Normal, at Sweet and Savory Saturdays at Dessert Now Dinner Later, at Super Saturday Link Party at Made From Pinterest, at Serenity Saturday at Serenity You, at Strut Your Stuff Saturday at Six Sisters’ Stuff, at Making Monday at A Bright and Beautiful Life, at Homemade Mondays at Being Frugal By Choice, at Meatless Mondays at Veggie Mama, at Inspiration Monday at I Should Be Mopping the Floor, at Clever Chicks at The Chicken Chick, at Recipe Sharing Monday at Jam Hands, at Marvelous Mondays at This Gal Cooks, at Melt in Your Mouth Monday at Make Ahead Meals for Busy Moms, at Mix It Up Monday at Flour Me With Love, at A Round Tuit at Creating My Way to Success, at Mouthwatering Monday at A Southern Fairy Tale, at Make Your Own Monday at Nourishing Treasures, at Homestead Barn Hop at Homestead Revival, and at Think Pink Sunday at Flamingo Toes.


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About Stacy

Stacy is the author of Crock On: A Semi-Whole Foods Slow Cooker Cookbook and Keep Crockin': A Poorganic Slow Cooker Cookbook, and a stay-at-home and homeschooling mom to her two children, Annie (June 2009) and Andy (August 2012). After an “awakening” in March 2011, her family switched to a more natural, whole foods diet. She likes to blog about how to live on less than you make and how to eat good food while doing it. Her passion is teaching others how to save money and she tag teams with her husband in this endeavor. At Stacy Makes Cents you’ll find information on how to save money in the kitchen, how to have fun with your kids, and how to be thrifty in all areas of life. Her passion is teaching others how to live debt free. Make sure to follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more to keep up with her daily antics.