Turkey Sausage and Green Pepper Egg Pizza

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Easy Egg Recipes

You will need 3 eggs
You will need 3 eggs | Source

Egg pizza for breakfast, dinner, and any meal in between

This delicious treat is a variation of my crazy egg pie. You can make it if you don't have enough eggs (6-9) or bread/cracker crumbs for the crazy egg pie. The pizza version also cooks much faster than the pie. The first time I made it was the morning after Passover had ended and I had exactly two small onion and red pepper potato pancakes left over. For this recipe, I used a freshly grated potato, instead. Both pizzas were delicious and this is a great way to use leftovers that are normally too few for a whole meal or side. Serve any time of day. Tastes great plain or with sour cream or salsa.

Cook Time

  • Prep time: 15 min
  • Cook time: 15 min
  • Ready in: 30 min
  • Yields: 8 small slices


  • 3 eggs
  • 1/4 cup onion, chopped
  • 3 breakfast links of turkey sausage, cubed
  • 1 potato, grated
  • 1/4 cup green bell pepper, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon fresh parsley, chopped
  • 1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded
  • sprinkle salt
  • sprinkle pepper
  • oregano, optional

Pizza Toppings

Turkey sausage recipe with grated potato, onion, and green pepper
Turkey sausage recipe with grated potato, onion, and green pepper | Source

Easy Recipe for Pizza

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onions, potatoes, salt & pepper | Source
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onions, potatoes, salt & pepper and sausage | Source
Recipes with green peppers
Recipes with green peppers | Source
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bubbly egg batter | Source

Alternative Pizza

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pour some egg to coat bottomadd toppingspour remaining egg battertop with mozzarella cheesebake in oven
pour some egg to coat bottom
pour some egg to coat bottom | Source
add toppings
add toppings | Source
pour remaining egg batter
pour remaining egg batter | Source
top with mozzarella cheese
top with mozzarella cheese | Source
bake in oven
bake in oven | Source

My husband loves oregano and Italian seasoning, which can sometimes be a little too strong for me. But, if you want this pizza to lean more towards an authentic pizza taste, use them. If you prefer more of an omelet, omit them. Fresh tomatoes also really complete this pizza, but I was out (serve with ketchup if you love it on eggs and omelets like I do). Make this dish your own by adding your favorite pizza toppings. Use leftover meat and veggies. Experiment and have fun.


  1. In frying pan, cook onions and a little butter or margarine on medium heat. Don't completely cook onions.
  2. After a couple minutes, add sausage to get a nice brown before your pan gets too crowded. If your sausage is frozen like mine was, you don't have to completely cook it in this step as it can finish in the oven.
  3. When sausage is brown (or earlier if you don't have a preference about the sausage), add grated potato. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cook and stir occasionally until potatoes are no longer raw. Reduce to low heat to keep from burning.
  4. In mixing bowl, beat three eggs with electric hand mixer for approximately 5 mins. Make sure yokes and whites are fully combined and egg batter is bubbly.
  5. Grease a pie dish (I use Pyrex). Do this quickly or in advance while ingredients are cooking. If too much time passes, your egg batter loses its bubbles.
  6. Fold your fresh parsley into your egg batter. Turn pan off, remove from heat and add green pepper. Stir to combine all ingredients one last time. (Cooking your peppers in the pan and then baking also will make them mushy.)
  7. Pour a small amount of batter into pie plate and tilt plate to spread. Use just enough egg to coat bottom.
  8. Place ingredients from frying pan into pie plate and distribute flat and evenly. Pour remaining egg batter over ingredients. Top with cheese.
  9. Place pie plate on pizza pan or cookie sheet and bake in 400 degree oven for 10-15 minutes. Baking time will vary on ingredients and thickness of all ingredients combined. Keep an eye on your pizza.
  10. Bake pizza under broiler for 60-90 seconds for a beautifully, bubbly, cheesy top.
  11. Slice and serve.

Finished Egg Pizza Dish

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Egg Pizza
Egg Pizza | Source
gently un-stick sides if necessary
gently un-stick sides if necessary | Source
this pizza is a little delicate for my big, clumsy pizza cutter, so I used a crinkle-cutter to gently slice it
this pizza is a little delicate for my big, clumsy pizza cutter, so I used a crinkle-cutter to gently slice it | Source
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cheesy! | Source

Heather Says

I cook every day and find myself reinventing ways to cook with eggs and potatoes. They're two of my favorite staples, for sure! This dish is easy to play around with and hard to screw up. I eat my egg pizza with grated Parmesan shake cheese, the same way I eat my regular pizza. Enjoy!

Pizza Slices
Pizza Slices | Source

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Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

Looks good. Thanks for the recipe.

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