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Hashbrown Breakfast Pizza

Weekend mornings are what I live for. It used to be for sleeping in, but now with a child in the house, its nothing but that. Now it’s for making special breakfasts like this hashbrown breakfast pizza!

Hashbrown Breakfast pizza with a hash brown crust, topped with scrambled eggs, cheese and bacon. Such a great Saturday morning breakfast!

When you have a picky eater, getting them excited for food is tricky, but when they are excited, you know you’ve hit the jackpot! Making anything a pizza gets my son excited. Especially when he gets to help make it.

 

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I’ve partnered up with Ralphs and Simple truth to share my simple truth – and it’s cooking with my son. If I can find any way to incorporate him in the cooking process he gets really excited about eating! The easier I can make a meal for him to help out with the better.

Hashbrown Breakfast pizza with a hash brown crust, topped with scrambled eggs, cheese and bacon. Such a great Saturday morning breakfast!

I used some fully cooked bacon from Simple Truth to help make things a little easier to manage a toddler in the kitchen. I did my part by baking the hashbrowns and cooking the eggs, now its his turn to help out by topping the hashbrown crust with cheese and bacon.

Hashbrown Breakfast pizza with a hash brown crust, topped with scrambled eggs, cheese and bacon. Such a great Saturday morning breakfast!

My son, Brayden, gets so excited when he gets to help out which makes me smile. I’ve found it also helps get him more enticed to eat, but i mean who isn’t going to eat a breakfast pizza?!

It’s just something fun to do to bond with my son, plus it keeps him out of trouble for 5 minutes. No losers in this situation!

Hashbrown Breakfast pizza with a hash brown crust, topped with scrambled eggs, cheese and bacon. Such a great Saturday morning breakfast!

This is where that stash of hot sauce packets that you hoard from fast food restaurants come in handy. I LOVE topping my hashbrown breakfast pizza with those packets. Brayden loves ketchup on his. Mom? She just likes it plain.

So, Whats your simple truth?

Thanks to Ralphs and Simple Truth for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own

Hashbrown Breakfast Pizza
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8 servings 15 minutes
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8 servings 15 minutes
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30 minutes
Hashbrown Breakfast Pizza
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8 servings 15 minutes
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8 servings 15 minutes
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30 minutes
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Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 425F. After you've hydrated your hash browns, assort them on an oiled baking sheet to resemble a pizza crust. Drizzle about 2 tbsp oil on top. Bake for about 20 minutes
  2. While the hashbrowns are baking, cooked your eggs scrambled, grate cheese and chop bacon into 1 inch bits.
  3. When the hashbrowns are done baking, take them out of the oven. Top with eggs, cheese, bacon and any other toppings you like. Place in the oven for about 5-10 minutes until cheese is melted and bacon is crispy.
  4. Cut, serve and top with your favorite salsa! Enjoy!
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Derek Campanile
Derek Campanile
I'm an IT professional by day. Home cook for the family by night. Follow my blog for easy to make recipes, how-to's and ideas to gather the family at the dinner table!
  • Okay, first of all, your son is ridiculously cute! Secondly, I’m right there with you–I have a 4-year old who LOVES to help me in the kitchen. I find that I’m cooking differently now, and always looking for easy ways to incorporate his help into our meal times. We’ll have to try this breakfast pizza together!

    • Thanks Elizabeth! He’s going to be quite the heart breaker when he gets older I can already tell!

  • Stephanie Sain

    I love breakfast and brunch foods. Hash browns and eggs being my favorites. This looks absolutely wonderful 🙂

    • Thanks Stephanie! It’s super simple to make too, so it’s win-win!

  • Bintu – Recipes From A Pantry

    How quick is this to put together. Bacon, cheese and hashbrowns – a perfect combination

  • Tina Dawson

    And I thought I was the only one who hoarded hot sauce packets! The simplicity of this breakfast astounds me! Absolutely delicious!

    • LOL! I find myself only liking certain hot sauce packets with specific meals too!

  • Fred Nonterah

    This will make for a wonderful breakfast! Thanks for sharing Derek!

  • Sarah James

    Love your breakfast pizza, it looks delicious. I like how quick and easy it is to make and a great way to start the weekend with your son. Thanks for sharing.

  • Ilaria

    Love this. And the photos are so gorgeous!

  • Tanya Harris

    I could eat this pizza for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Looks delish!

  • Bacon, potatoes and cheese. You can’t go wrong with this. Perfect to feed a crowd. Cooking with kids is awesome too.

  • Aish Padihari

    My kids will love this kinda pizza. I should try this for sure.

  • Lynne Curry

    Fun! Both the post and this recipe. And really, is there anything better than breakfast pizza. We’re in! Pinned.

  • This hashbrown pizza looks amazing and so easy! With a preschooler myself, I know how much easier it is to get them to try new things if they get to help make it! Excellent post, pinning for later!
    Erica @ thefirst-taste.com

    • I cannot believe how excited he gets to eat the food if he was part of the cooking process. Doesn’t work every time but when it does, its the best!

  • My girls (and husband as well) would definitely love idea of pizza for breakfast, especially if it was hashbrown pizza with smoked bacon! 🙂

    • You can even throw other ingredients on the the Parents side too. My wife likes mushrooms on her half!

  • Searchingforspice

    What an easy meal and I think it’s great that your son loved helping out making it! I often make muffins or cookies with my kids but haven’t tried anything like this yet! I really should.

  • Well. . .this is something that would definitely get me to hop out of bed lickety split . It such a brilliant idea and I’m pretty sure it could get just about any kiddo to eat breakfast.

  • Sarah Anne Stubbs

    This is totally my kind of breakfast! I am totally a savory breakfast lover!

  • Piper Cooks

    Great recipe idea, and love seeing kids in the kitchen, learning about food. Great post!

  • stephanie gilbert

    I have a son with Autism and even he would love this. Thank you for sharing!

  • Amy Nash

    Ha, it’s so true that sometimes just calling it “pizza” will get the kids to eat it. This looks great!

  • Eileen Murphy Kelly

    This is a great recipe for everyone. I love to make pizza from any ingredients. The hash brown base is tasty.

    • The hash brown base really makes it so much better as a breakfast pizza, you’ll love it!