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  • Writer's pictureRhian Merritt

Breakfast Pizza Recipe

As a kid, when we had guests visiting or if it was a special occasion, we would always get breakfast pizza! It was a take out option from a local gas station, and I loved it. It wasn't like the breakfast pizza I'd seen before, with an egg cracked on top. There was no pizza sauce, and instead it was a almost like a custard on top.

We could never quite figure out how it was made. Then one day we got new neighbours, and those neighbours just happened to own that gas station, and so the secret to the gas station breakfast pizza of my childhood was revealed!


The secret was to put the cheese on first, whisk the eggs in a bowl, and then slowly pour it over the cheese - genius!


The gas station pizza is no longer available in my hometown, but now that we know the secret to its success, it's become a family favourite in our household. I wanted to share it with you all, especially since it can be made with ingredients found on WFM2Go!


Place an order for the ingredients and try it out this coming weekend with your fam!


Recipe: Gas Station Breakfast Pizza (but local)

Makes two flatbread pizzas

Prep time 10 min

Cook time 20-30 minutes


3 eggs, whisked

1 cup of cheese, shredded

1/2 cup of bacon or sausage, pre cooked and broken into pieces

Veggies of choice, such as onions and peppers

Salt & pepper to taste

  1. Pre heat the oven to 400 degrees

  2. Lay two naan breads on a baking sheet

  3. Sprinkle the naan with shredded cheese of choice

  4. In a separate bowl, whisk the eggs

  5. Slowly pour the eggs over the cheese, trying not to let it fall off the edge of the pizza

  6. Add your toppings

  7. Carefully put it in the preheated oven (carefully because the eggs are wobbly)

  8. Cook for 20 - 30 minutes, waiting for the eggs in the middle to cook through (check with a fork or toothpick if needed)

  9. Remove from oven, let cool for a few minutes, and enjoy!





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