Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe

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Hello beautiful Frittata that looks like pizza!  This is a yummy breakfast if you want to try something a little new.  Yesterday, I got the latest issue of Fitness Magazine, who had an egg topped with marinara sauce.  So obviously, I thought, if an egg with marinara tastes good, adding a little mozzarella might taste even better!  So, we are left with a delicious gluten free breakfast pizza.

Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe. If your kids love eggs for breakfast, you'll want to try this recipe.
Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe. If your kids love eggs for breakfast, you'll want to try this recipe.

To make this Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe, we first prepared the eggs.

  • 10 Eggs
  • 1/2 cup milk

Crack the eggs and pour the milk into a bowl.  With a whisk, stir the eggs until they are all one color.  Pour the eggs into a well greased 12 inch cast iron skillet and bake at 325 for 20 minutes, or until eggs are no longer runny and crust begins to brown.

Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe. If your kids love eggs for breakfast, you'll want to try this recipe.

Remove eggs from oven and top with marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese, and olives (or any veggies you want to add like sauteed peppers and onions.

Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe. If your kids love eggs for breakfast, you'll want to try this recipe.

Return to oven for 5-7 minutes, or until cheese is melted.

Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe. If your kids love eggs for breakfast, you'll want to try this recipe.

Slice into wedges and eat for breakfast (or lunch… or dinner)

Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe. If your kids love eggs for breakfast, you'll want to try this recipe.breakfast pizza for kids gluten free

For our other favorite breakfast pizza, have you seen the one made with pancakes??

Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe. If your kids love eggs for breakfast, you'll want to try this recipe.
Breakfast Frittata Pizza Recipe

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This is great! I can certainly do this before school or better yet, after school for a filling snack until dinner! Where has this been all my life????

What can u use in place of a cast iron skillet as I don’t have one. And don’t have a frying pan that can go in the oven.

I would probably use a piece of Pampered Chef stone wear or even a large glass pie pan well greased with ghee(clarified butter- you can make it by googling or buy at an Asian market or specialty section of a good supermarket) but you should invest in a good caste iron pan as it gives great results.you should look in garage sales or thrift stores to save money. Many people don’t know how to cure a pan and sell them cheap. But it’s really worth doing!