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Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza

A hand is coming out of the left hand side of the photo and is holding a slice of Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza.

This is a sponsored post for California Lavash. All reviews and opinions expressed in this post are based on my own personal view. 

 

Easy Breakfast Pizza

Hey, howdy, hey my friend! It seems like it’s been forever since I’ve written a new blog post, when in fact, it’s only been one week.

Debuting with this Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza recipe is a pretty strong come back though, am I right?!


Our house got hit with a nasty cold virus and a stomach bug so I just had to take last week off and kick it into survival mode.

We’re back now though, and I couldn’t be happier to be sharing this wonderful Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza with you today, along with a special Christmas memory.

In my little Oklahoma home town, there’s a store right down the road from Granny’s house that makes the most amazing breakfast pizza’s.

Sometimes for special occasions (my birthday, Christmas Eve morning, etc) we would go and get a couple slices of their breakfast pizza.

That fabulous Breakfast Pizza is what inspired this Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza for me today.

I made my Breakfast Pizza using California Lavash Naan Bread which is healthy and wholesome with a few well known ingredients.

If you’ve never made pizza using California Lavash Naan Bread, you are truly missing out!

 

A large white platter with Naan Bread breakfast Pizza on it sits in the center of a black and white aztec print towel. A package of California Lavash Naan bread is sitting to the left of the white platter. Everything is on a wooden backdrop.

 

Naan Pizza

With this Breakfast Pizza recipe comes a funny story and a little Christmas tradition my Granny started years ago.

Each year we would always have pizza of some kind on Christmas Eve, then we would open presents.

Every year Granny would pick a grandkid to pull a prank on and one year, I happened to be the lucky winner.

Granny’s Christmas present prank happened to include the actual gift she was giving, placed in a box, which was then placed in another box and the process was repeated over 5-10 boxes.

This box-within-boxes gift was made even more challenging because she would carefully wrap each individual box in duct tape before placing it in the next box.

Every year we waited to see who would get the “prize present” because on the outside, it just looked like a normal box.

I’ll never forget the year I opened a beautifully wrapped gift, only to discover I was the winner of the “prank present”.

We laughed and laughed as I struggled to unwrap box after box that was securely taped with duct tape.

The funnier thing was that Granny used just whatever boxes she had on hand for this prank.

The joke became more hilarious as I unwrapped a normal gift box that contained a dog biscuit box, followed by a pantyhose box, then a baking soda box, and the list went on and on.

Finally, I got to the real prize: a tiny folded up $100 dollar bill. Looking back, I wish I would’ve kept that $100 for memories sake.

Granny just had a little ornery streak in her like that and to this day, I carry on her tradition for her.

This year someone in my husband’s family (who doesn’t know about this tradition) is going to be the lucky winner.

I cant wait to see their face when they unwrap their present!

That was such a great Christmas Eve to remember; from the delicious Breakfast Pizza that morning to the pranks and laughs that evening.

 

A white platter with sliced Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza is sitting on a black and white towel. A silver pizza cutter with bits of the pizza stuck to it sits on the edge of the white platter. Everything is on a wooden backdrop.

 

Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza

If you’re looking for a fast and easy Christmas morning breakfast recipe, look no further!

This Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza is made in just minutes and is so delicious!

Start out with 1 slice of California Lavash Naan Bread and 1 heaping tablespoon of crushed tomatoes.

Spread the crushed tomatoes evenly over the top of the Naan Bread. This will be your pizza sauce.

 

One slice of California Lavash Naan Bread sits on a white platter with crushed tomatoes spread over the top of it.

 

Easy Naan Bread Pizza

Once the crushed tomatoes have been spread across the top of the Naan Bread, add scrambled eggs.

For this Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza, I scrambled 3 eggs.

Let me give you a couple of tips on getting the perfect scrambled eggs.

When cooking the eggs, add a dash of salt and pepper for seasoning and a splash of ice cold water.

The cold water will give you extra light and fluffy scrambled eggs!

 

A slice of California Lavash Naan Bread sits on a white platter with crushed tomatoes spread over the top and seasoned scrambled eggs on top of that.

 

Toppings for Scrambled Egg Breakfast Pizza

After adding the scrambled eggs, top the pizza with sliced cherry tomatoes and diced green bell pepper.

I sliced up 5 cherry tomatoes and diced 1/4 of a green bell pepper.

No need to cook or saute the tomatoes or bell pepper before adding them to the pizza.

They will cook and become tender when you bake the pizza.

This is also a great time to add additional toppings!

Some great toppings for this Breakfast Pizza include: sauteed mushrooms, spinach, jalapenos, sliced black olives, diced onion, bacon, or sausage.

 

A slice of California Lavash Naan bread sits on a white platter and is topped with crushed tomatoes, scrambled eggs, sliced cherry tomatoes, and diced green bell pepper.

 

The Best Cheese for Healthy Naan Breakfast Pizza

Once your veggies have been added to your Naan Pizza, it’s time to add some shredded cheese.

I added 1/2 cup of American/Colby blend shredded cheese, but you could also add shredded pepper jack, mozzarella, or cheddar.

 

A slice of California Lavash Naan Bread sits on a white platter and is topped with crushed tomatoes, scrambled eggs, sliced tomatoes, diced green bell pepper, and shredded cheese.

 

Baking Healthy Breakfast Pizza

Your pizza is ready to cook!

I used my little convection oven (and an almost too-small baking sheet!) to bake this pizza fast.

Place the pizza in the oven and bake at 375F for 8-10 minutes or until the Naan Bread is golden brown and crispy.

You also want to bake this until the cheese is fully melted.

 

Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza is on a silver tray and placed inside a small convection oven for baking.

 

Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza

Once your Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza is fully cooked, carefully remove it from the oven and place it on a serving platter.

If you’re serving this for breakfast, I suggest adding some freshly sliced fruit on the side to go with it.

A beautiful Fruit Salad would make the perfect side item!

 

A baked Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza sits in the center of a white platter, hot out of the oven.

 

Easy Naan Pizza

I sliced my Breakfast Pizza into 7 different slices and drizzled each slice with my favorite hot sauce, Sriracha.

You could top your breakfast pizza with any type of hot sauce or salsa of your liking.

I’ve even topped mine with a drizzle of Ranch dressing and it is also delicious!

 

Sliced Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza is placed on a white platter and which is sitting on a black and white towel. A package of California Lavash Naan bread has been placed to the right of the platter.

 

Pizza for Breakfast

If you’re thinking that pizza for breakfast is a bit odd, don’t knock it until you try it!

This Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza just might become your new favorite breakfast meal!

If you’re wondering where you can find California Lavash Naan Bread near you, click this link HERE for their store locator.

 

 A hand is coming out of the left hand side of the frame, holding a slice of Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza. A package of California Lavash Naan Bread is just barely visible on the right hand side.

 

I hope everyone has a wonderful and Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

If you try this recipe, let me know in the comments below!

Don’t be a stranger, friend! Stop back by soon for another visit in my kitchen. 😉

-Amy

 

 

Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza

A healthy and delicious breakfast pizza with fresh flavors. Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza is easily customized and only takes minutes to make! 

Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword Breakfast Pizza Recipe, Easy Breakfast Pizza, Naan Bread Breakfast Pizza
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 9 minutes
Total Time 12 minutes
Servings 7 slices
Author Amy - The Speedy Spatula

Ingredients

  • 1 California Lavash Naan Bread
  • 1 heaping tbsp crushed tomatoes
  • 3 eggs scrambled
  • 5 cherry tomatoes sliced
  • 1/4 green bell pepper diced
  • 1/2 cup American/Colby blend cheese shredded

Instructions

  1. Spread the crushed tomatoes out evenly over the Naan bread.

  2. Scramble 3 eggs and spread them out evenly over the layer of crushed tomatoes.

  3. Wash and sliced the cherry tomatoes into rounds, then wash and dice the bell pepper.

  4. Sprinkle the tomatoes and bell pepper over the top of the pizza.

  5. Finally, add the shredded cheese and spread it out evenly over the top of the pizza.

  6. Bake at 375F for 8-10 minutes or until the Naan bread is golden brown and crispy, and the cheese is melted.

  7. Remove from the oven, cut into slices, and serve with your favorite hot sauce drizzled over it.

Recipe Notes

TIP: When scrambling the eggs, add in a dash of salt and pepper for seasoning, along with a splash of cold water. The cold water will make your scrambled eggs light and fluffy! 

 

TIP 2: A variety of toppings can be used for this pizza including sauted mushrooms, fresh baby spinach, diced onion, jalapenos, bacon, sausage, sliced black olives, diced avocado (added after the pizza is cooked), as well as shredded cheddar, pepper jack, or mozzarella cheese. You can also use salsa or hot sauce in place of the crushed tomatoes for the pizza sauce. 

Shared at Weekend Potluck

Shared at Foodie Friday

Also Shared at Full Plate Thursday

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Helen at the Lazy Gastronome
    December 27, 2018 at 2:38 pm

    I absolutely love your story!! And the pizza looks good too! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party – have a wonderful weekend!

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