The Ultimate Grilled Breakfast Pizza

The perfect way to jumpstart a tailgate! You will be the hero when you serve up this delicious feast. If you are feeding more than 5 people- consider making two pizzas. Maintaining a low grill temp...

The Ultimate Grilled Breakfast Pizza

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January 25, 2016

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 20 mins
  • Yields: 4 Servings

Ingredients

1 Pre-made Pizza Crust

3 Hardboiled Eggs- chopped

3 Red potatoes pre-cooked and cut into chunks

6 Strips of Bacon crispy and crumbled

6 Spicy or Mild Sausage patties cooked and crumbled

1 Packet of ‘White Country Sausage Flavor Gravy’

1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese

Note: All ingredients can be pre-cooked and kept cold. Making breakfast pizzas is fast and easy with everything made ahead!

Directions

1Make the gravy according to directions on package

2Rub olive oil onto the bottom side (grill down side) of the pizza and place on a cutting board

3Spread 1/2 of the Gravy over the pizza crust

4Add 3/4 of the bacon, sausage and potatoes evenly around the pie

5Dollop the remaining gravy over the toppings

6Add Cheese to the top

This is a LOADED Pizza and needs 20 minutes to grill and get to know itself as the gravy infuses the toppings.

Grilling Breakfast Pizza:Set Grill to MEDIUM / LOW- the objective is to have the GRILLGRATE at 350F- the hood temp will likely read 250F that's ok. The objective is to never blacken the bottom of the crust but to let it turn golden brown while the toppings cook.

1Check the bottom 5 minutes in. Using The GrateTool, carefully rotate the pizza just a few inches in one direction if you have a nice golden sear mark on the crust. If not-GOOD- you are grilling at low temp. Check it again in 5 minutes This baby takes time.

2Rotate slightly every 5-7 minutes - this puts a lot of area of the crust in contact with GrillGrates as you gradually turn the pizza 360 over 20 minutes.

3Using the GrateTool remove and let stand for 2-3 minutes- Cut with a pizza cutter. Watch and listen to breakfast JOY!

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