Tri-color Pepper & Canadian Bacon Breakfast Pizza

Menu Part: 
Entree
Cuisine Type: 
American
Serves: 
1 serving

Breakfast pizzas are a great way to encourage kids of all ages to eat a  hearty breakfast. This pizza features diced red, yellow and green peppers, zucchini and Canadian bacon crumbles.

Ingredients

1 8-in. flatbread, pita bread or naan bread
1 tsp. olive oil
1 oz. combination diced red, yellow, green bell peppers
1 oz. diced zucchini
4 oz. Jones Canadian Bacon Crumbles
3 large eggs, scrambled or 6 oz. liquid eggs
Fresh oregano leaves for garnish

Steps

1. Brush flatbread evenly with olive oil on both sides. Place bread on flat-top grill or in oven until lightly toasted.

2. Sauté bell peppers and zucchini in skillet until tender. Add Canadian Bacon Crumbles and continue cooking until crumbles are heated through.

3. Cook eggs in nonstick pan to form omelet.

4. Assemble pizza by placing omelet on top of flatbread. Spread Canadian Bacon Crumbles and vegetable mixture evenly over omelet. Garnish with fresh oregano leaves.

Recipe by Jones Dairy Farm

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