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While I usually cook all my breakfast dishes on the Blackstone Griddle it was time to discover something amazing that could be done on the Big Green Egg for Breakfast. This delicious breakfast pizza on the BGE does just the trick and is so good that the little ones even were back for seconds!

At our house, we all love pizza’s on the BGE. In playing around with some recipes this delicious breakfast pizza recipe came to fruition.

Big Green Egg Breakfast Pizza Ingredients

  • 1 Package – Bob Evans Ground Sausage (Preferably zesty)
  • 1 Package – Bacon (Thick Cut Preferred)
  • 6-7 Each – Eggs
  • 2 Tablespoons – Milk
  • 1 Package – Delallo Pizza Dough Kit (Preferred)
  • 1 Package – Shredded Cheese, Pizza Blend is Preferred
  • 1 Can – Fiesta Nacho Cheese or Regular Cheese
  • Green Pepper, Diced (Optional)
  • Red Pepper, Diced (Optional)
  • Yellow Onion, Diced (Optional)

How To Prepare the Breakfast Pizza for the Big Green Egg

To get this breakfast pizza ready for the Big Green Egg all the ingredients need to be cooked. The nice thing about this recipe is they can be cooked and prepped the day before making breakfast that much easier in the morning.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Brown Zesty Sausage

Start out by browning the sausage and then set it aside and or refrigerate it for the next day.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Extra Virgin Olive Oil for Bacon

Next place a little extra virgin olive oil in a pan. This will help the fat on the bacon render down and assist with preventing it from burning.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Cook Bacon

Place the bacon in the pan and cook it, flipping as needed.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Cut up Bacon

Put the bacon on a cutting board and cut into 3-4 – 1″ pieces. Set aside and or refrigerate for the morning.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Crack Eggs

Crack the eggs into a mixing bowl.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Add Milk

And the milk and mix together as you would for scrambled eggs.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Remove Scrambled Eggs

Cook the eggs as you would scrambled eggs. The only difference is you want to pull them just a little bit early. They will cook the rest of the way on the breakfast pizza in the Big Green Egg.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Roll Dough Out

Roll the dough out adding a little flower to prevent it from sticking to the mat and the roller.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Place Dough on Parchment Paper

Place the pizza dough on parchment paper. You can also use corn meal to prevent it from sticking to the pizza peel, but i find it much easier and cleaner to just use parchment paper.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Nacho Cheese on Pizza

Add a thin layer of fiesta nacho cheese sauce.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Place Scrambled Eggs on Pizza

Add a thin layer of the scrambled eggs.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Place Sausage on Pizza

Add the sausage.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Place Bacon on Pizza

Add the Bacon and any other ingredient that you prefer (Bell Peppers, Onions, Ham, Mushrooms…).

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Add Cheese to Pizza

Wrap the breakfast pizza up by topping it off with some shredded pizza blended cheese. It is now ready to be cooked on the Big Green Egg.

How To Cook the Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg

The breakfast pizza on the Big Green Egg is cooked as an indirect cook. The platesetter / conv”egg”tor will need to be placed in the BGE with the feet facing upward. Place the pizza stone on top.

Make sure that when the BGE is warming up and cooling down that the pizza stone is inserted. This precaution will keep the pizza stone from cracking.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Place Breakfast Pizza on Big Green Egg

Once the Big Green Egg is dialed into right around 500 degrees it is time to place the breakfast pizza on.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Remove Parchment Paper and Rotate Pizza

At about the 4 minute mark, roughly halfway through cooking rotate the breakfast pizza 90 degrees. In doing so, remove the parchment paper.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Remove Pizza

Continue cooking until the crust is done to your liking (preferably lightly browned on the bottom). Remove and place on a cutting board.

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Finished on Cutting Board

Slice, plate, serve and enjoy this delicious breakfast pizza from the Big Green Egg!

Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Cut Pizza and Serve
Own - Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado Joe) - Finished on Cutting Board
Yield: 2-3

Delicious Breakfast Pizza on the Big Green Egg

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

While I usually cook all my breakfast dishes on the Blackstone Griddle it was time to discover something amazing that could be done on the Big Green Egg for Breakfast. This delicious breakfast pizza on the BGE does just the trick and is so good that the little ones even were back for seconds!

At our house, we all love pizza’s on the BGE. In playing around with some recipes this delicious breakfast pizza recipe came to fruition.

Ingredients

  • 1 Package – Bob Evans Ground Sausage (Preferably zesty)
  • 1 Package – Bacon (Thick Cut Preferred)
  • 6-7 Each – Eggs
  • 2 Tablespoons – Milk
  • 1 Package – Delallo Pizza Dough Kit (Preferred)
  • 1 Package – Shredded Cheese, Pizza Blend is Preferred
  • 1 Can – Fiesta Nacho Cheese or Regular Cheese
  • Green Pepper, Diced (Optional)
  • Red Pepper, Diced (Optional)
  • Yellow Onion, Diced (Optional)

Instructions

  1. Brown the sausage set aside and or refrigerate if being prepared the day before.
  2. Add a little extra virgin olive oil to a pan and cook the bacon. Place on a cutting board and cut into 3-4 - 1" pieces. Set aside and or refrigerate if being prepared the day before.
  3. Crack the eggs into a mixing bowl, add milk, mix together and cook just like scrambled eggs. Remove when the eggs are still a little runny as they will finish cooking on the breakfast pizza in the Big Green Egg.
  4. Add a little flower to the roller and the baking mat. Roll out the pizza dough and then place it on some parchment paper to prevent any sticking (corn meal works as well).
  5. Spread a thin layer of fiesta nacho cheese on the dough. Add the scrambled egg, sausage, bacon and another ingredient you like (bell peppers, onions, ham, mushrooms...). Top the breakfast pizza off with shredded cheese and it is ready for the BGE.
  6. Heat the BGE to 500 degrees. The plate setter / conv"egg"tor should be inserted with the feet facing upward. Make sure the pizza stone heats up and cools down with the BGE to prevent cracking.
  7. Place the breakfast pizza on the big green egg.
  8. After 4 minutes, rotate and remove the parchment paper. Continue cooking until the crust is done to your liking (preferably lightly browned on the bottom). Remove, slice, plate and enjoy this delicious breakfast pizza!

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I have a bachelor's degree in construction engineering. When I’m not constructing or remodeling X-Ray Rooms, Cardiovascular Labs, and Pharmacies...I’m at home with my wife, two daughters and a dog. Outside of family, I love grilling and barbequing on my Big Green Egg and working on projects around the house.

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