HEALTHY BREAKFAST PIZZA

Whoever said pizza is not a breakfast food hasn’t experienced the “breakfast pizza”!   It’s a fun way for your family to start the day and your kids will never head to school on an empty stomach again.  Have I convinced you yet?  The crust is a simple healthy granola base and you select your favourite sauce and toppings.  No need to feel guilty if you find yourself reaching for another slice.  It’s jam-packed full of nutrients!

The leftover crust is freezer friendly as well.  Leave a slice on the counter for 20 minutes to thaw and add your toppings.  Makes a perfect snack or dessert.

Preheat oven 350F

Mix all dry ingredients (first 6 ingredients) in medium size bowl and set aside.

Add nut butter, vanilla extract, rice syrup, coconut oil and milk to large pot and heat over medium/high heat. Stir constantly until bubbling.  Turn off heat immediately and stir in dry ingredients until well coated.

Press granola crust firmly and evenly into a lined 12” pizza tray.  I use a plastic bag like a mitten to help press the granola down.  BE CAREFUL AS GRANOLA IS HOT.

Bake for 10 – 12 minutesEdges will appear slightly golden brown.

To serve several people:  Spread sauce over crust and add toppings.  Slice and serve immediately.

To customize:  Cut pizza into slices and everyone can personalize their own.

For either option be sure to cut into slices while still warm.

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BREAKFAST PIZZA

  • Author: Carla's No Place Like Home
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 - 12 minutes
  • Total Time: 25 - 27 minutes
  • Yield: 8 slices 1x
  • Category: breakfast/snack/dessert
  • Method: bake
  • Cuisine: Canadian/American
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

Whoever said pizza is not a breakfast food hasn’t experienced the “breakfast pizza”!   It’s a fun way for your family to start the day and your kids will never head to school on an empty stomach again.  Have I convinced you yet?  The crust is a simple healthy granola base and you select your favourite sauce and toppings.  No need to feel guilty if you find yourself reaching for another slice.  It’s jam-packed full of nutrients!


Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. Preheat oven 350F
  2. Mix all dry ingredients (first 6 ingredients) in medium size bowl and set aside.
  3. Add nut butter, vanilla extract, rice syrup, coconut oil and milk to large pot and heat over medium/high heat. Stir constantly until bubbling.
  4. Turn off heat immediately and stir in dry ingredients until well coated.
  5. Press granola crust firmly and evenly into a lined 12” pizza tray.  I use a plastic bag like a mitten to help press the granola down.  BE CAREFUL AS GRANOLA IS HOT.
  6. Bake for 10 – 12 minutesEdges will appear slightly golden brown.
  7. To serve several people:  Spread sauce over crust and add toppings.
  8. Slice and serve immediately.
  9. To customize:  Cut pizza into slices and everyone can personalize their own.  For either option be sure to cut into slices while still warm.

Notes

Sauce and Topping Ideas:  

Sauce:  yogurt, jam, nut butter, chia pudding

Toppings:  nuts, seeds, dried or fresh fruit, coconut, raisins, currants, dairy-free chocolate chips mini marshmallows

Drizzles:  nut butters, maple syrup

Sprinkles:  coconut, chia seeds, hemp seeds, sesame seeds, flaxseed

The leftover crust is freezer friendly as well.  Leave a slice on the counter for 20minutes to thaw and add your toppings.  Makes a perfect snack or dessert.

Keywords: vegan breakfast idea, gluten-free breakfast idea, vegan granola, gluten-free granola, vegan snack, gluten-free snack

 

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  • oh my goodness these are so tasty – we had to try them as soon as we made them. The kids are looking forward to adding their own toppings on for brekky tomorrow 😋