Breakfast Pizza Recipe
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This breakfast pizza recipe makes a delicious, quick and easy vegan breakfast that will get you out the door fast first thing in the morning!
I’ve been sharing a lot of easy breakfast recipes lately, but for good reason.
Breakfast is always my toughest meal of the day. I don’t know why I struggle with it so much, but Mini Chef is the same way. We never know what to make for breakfast! So I thought I should dive into a few more recipes for quick breakfast ideas. I know it helps us in the mornings!
Coming up with tasty ideas for breakfast really isn’t very difficult. I think it can just be extra challenging when breakfast needs to be fast so you can get out the door.
Fortunately, breakfast pizza is something that everyone can enjoy!
WHAT CAN YOU PUT ON A BREAKFAST PIZZA?
To make this an easy breakfast, the breakfast pizza won’t have to cook in the oven. Although hot pizza IS delicious, one great benefit of this particular breakfast pizza recipe is, you won’t have to worry about reheating it!
There are plenty of ways to top a quick, no-bake breakfast pizza, though!
For the base of this breakfast pizza recipe, I use whole grain pita breads from Trader Joe’s, but any pita bread will do. To that, I add:
- peanut butter
- sliced fresh strawberries
- diced mango
- unsweetened coconut flakes
- sprinkling of cinnamon
If you have a peanut allergy or simply don’t care for it, any nut or seed butter will do. The same goes for the fruit. Basically, whatever you have handy works for this breakfast pizza recipe; it’s pretty darn versatile! Plus, it gets you out the door quickly in the morning. Can’t argue with that!
OTHER EASY BREAKFAST IDEAS:
BREAKFAST PIZZA RECIPE:
- 1 standard whole grain pita bread
- 2 tbsp. peanut butter (no sugar added)
- 4 large strawberries (sliced)
- ¼ cup chopped, fresh mango
- 2 tsp. dried coconut flakes (unsweetened)
- 1 pinch ground cinnamon
- Spread the peanut butter over the pita evenly.Layer on the fruit and then sprinkle the coconut and cinnamon over the top. Easy!
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We do this one at our house but only with bananas. I’ll see if she is open to trying it with other fruits.
Rt – It’s a great way to get kids to try new things! Good luck!
Looks yummy. I think it wouldbe wonderful with almond butter and mixed berries and peaches. Or peanut butter with very thinly sliced cucumbers, onions and herbs.
Jodi – Yes! You can’t go wrong with peaches. Ever. Yum!
I don’t have any children, but I would definitely make this for myself! Yum 🙂
Ari – I know the grownups around here sure do like it! Enjoy!
HMMM.. Im not a Mango fan.. what ohther fruit do you think I should use in place of Mango?
Syl – You could use any fruit you like on this. Anything will work!
What a great alternative!!! I’m sure many here will appreciate it as well. Thanks!
do you like calling it “Quick & EasT fruit pizza”? Or does that need to be corrected?
Lisa – Oops! Haha! One of my many blond moments… Thanks for pointing it out.
Layla – I had a recipe posted, but had to take it down because so many people were having trouble with it. I will repost it again as soon as I get the recipe formulated correctly.
Would you buy this pre-made in grocery store?
Buy what pre-made?