Easy Breakfast Pizzas
This taste treat uses a couple of recipes we have posted before on Biblical Prepping, so get ready for a virtual scavenger hunt so you can track down what you will need to assemble your breakfast pizzas.
Dry Soup Mix
Enough scrambled eggs for the number of people you are serving.
1/2 to 1 lb of turkey sausage meat, raw.
Cheese - Kroger slices worked easy for this recipe.
Mix together a small batch of creamy soup mix according to your jar instructions. For ours, I made 14 ounces of milk plus 1/4 Cup of dry soup mix. I was looking for a thick sauce that wouldn't run off under the broiler later!
In a small saucepan, brown together a little bit of diced onion or rehydrated diced onion and your ground turkey sausage meat. Once the meat is cooked through, add the soup mixture. Bring to a boil, boil until thickened, stirring constantly.
Reduce heat to low and allow to stay hot. Stir occasionally to keep from sticking. This may also thicken the gravy a bit more as it cooks down. It will also allow the sausage flavor to more thoroughly permeate the gravy mixture.
Scramble your eggs and cook them thoroughly. Turn off heat, but allow them to stay hot on the burner.
To whip ours up, we had Flat breads left over from the night before. We placed the breads on a baking sheet. Then spread a little sausage gravy on the breads, ensuring you save enough to put on top of the eggs in a moment. Place scrambled eggs on top of the first layer of gravy. Make sure to split evenly among your bread rounds. Top the eggs with a dollop of sausage gravy, ensuring to give each serving a nice dollop. Spread lightly over the eggs. Now, top each with a slice of cheese.
Turn on the broiler and pop the baking sheet under the broiler just until the cheese is melted. Serve hot! And Enjoy!
- Judith Garton, Author
A quick note: Did I take any photos? Of course not! I forgot - until it was too late and we had eaten our brunch! Maybe next time I will remember.
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