Monday, May 10

Breakfast Pizza Braid

Good morning from Dallas!!

I've been extremely impressed with this new way of making bread that I guess it has taken over my kitchen. There is a book out there called "Healthy Bread in 5 Minutes a Day" which I conveniently rented from the library. I absolutely love it! I had to return the book today and almost cried as I released it into the cold, hard, book return slot. Who knows where that slot leads too...probably some book monster eats it up!
Okay, okay, enough ranting about the sob story of returning such an awesome book, I may just break down and buy the thing!

Pizza for breakfast is brilliant! Especially when your husband loves it as much as P does. The dough I used was from the same batch I made pita pockets, Italian burger buns, Naan, and now this! I think this is a nice (even kid friendly) breakfast packed with protein and goes nice with a glass of OJ which is just how we had it! I was even able to slip in some turkey bacon (he assumed it was regular), and some vegetarian sausage, shhh don't tell. He definitely thought he was getting away with another "not so good for you" weekend breakfast.
Another thing I liked about the breakfast pizza is that, it makes really good leftovers for the next morning!

Breakfast Pizza Braid

Use a "peach" size of the dough recipe from this post
Turkey Bacon or whatever meat you prefer
Pizza Sauce

You want to make sure that you have your "innards" ready to go when you pull out your dough.
Preheat the oven to 450 degrees and if your using a pizza stone place it in the oven while you preheat.
Dust the ball of dough and your working surface with flour and roll dough into a rectangle about 15" by 6".
Spread your choice of fillings in the center of the dough lengthwise.
Cut 1" strips on eather side of the filling all the way down both sides of the dough. I used sissors and it worked perfectly.
Pull up each side and conect the dough in the middle.
Once your oven is pre-heated pop that baby on your pizza stone and cook for about 10 minutes or untill the crust starts to tan and is stiff.

Hope your Monday is grand!


  1. ooook for those of us who don't know how to cook, we need more specific instructions!!! are the eggs and meat already cooked when you load them on the bread??? that is probably a dumb question but ya know... its me! lol hope you are enjoying your special neighborhood (wink wink) tee hee!!!

  2. Hey Sis, Like your new layout! :) Hope things are going smoothly in the Big D! Love you!

  3. im assuming the "anonymous" comment is Julie?!?! you need to sign your name to the comments missy~


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