Food-a-licious Friday {84} Breakfast Pizza

To make meal planning easier, I make breakfast for dinner once a week. I’m not sure why, but breakfast foods always seem to be quick and easy to put together and the cost is very low. Not to mention, totally kid-friendly.
I try to find different ways to make breakfast for dinner so we aren’t having scrambled eggs and waffles every week. One of my girlfriend’s asked if I had ever tried Breakfast Pizza before. 
Breakfast Pizza??
That’s when I decided that this week, we shall have Breakfast Pizza for dinner! I’m told there’s a ton of ways to do this, but today I am going to share how I made it for my family (even chef husband liked it…score!). 
2 cups of pancake mix (Bisquick)
1 1/3 cups water
8-12 turkey sausage links 
6-10 pieces of turkey bacon
8 large eggs
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
salt & pepper to taste
In a mixing bowl, mix the pancake mix and water until smooth. 
Spray your 9×11 rectangular cake pan with cooking spray and poor pancake mix in, making sure the bottom of the pan is covered in mix.
Place in oven at 350* for 10-12 min.
While your waiting for the “crust” to pre-cook, cook your sausage and bacon and chop up.
In a bowl, mix the eggs, salt, and pepper with a fork (I like to add parmasan cheese and a splash of water to mine) and set aside.
Pull the “crust” out of the oven and spread the chopped/cooked bacon and sausage over it. Then slowly dump the scrambled eggs on top of that. Lastly, spread out the shredded cheddar cheese on top.
Put back into the oven at 400* for 15-20 minutest (or until cheese is melted and bubbly).
Remove from oven and let cool for 5 min before cutting.
My daughter likes to dip her Breakfast Pizza in syrup but I prefer gravy.
SO easy and SO food-a-licious.

Last week I took a fondant/icing cake class taught by my sister-in-law and her husband (at CCI). I learned so much and had SO much fun! Check out what I did…for the very first time, I might add…

 How cool is that?!

My sister-in-law taught me how to make fondant roses too

If you are in Arizona and are interested in registering for some FUN weekly/monthly cooking classes (for ALL ages…preschool-adult), check out CCI!

Those last two photos were taken via Instagram.

Thanks for stopping by today. Hope you are having a fabulous Friday!
I’ll see you tomorrow!

Food-a-licious Friday {47} Chicken Bacon Alfredo Pizza

Just the title of this week’s recipe makes your mouth water, doesn’t it?
This is a semi-homemade recipe…which means it’s tasty and easy. 
I LOVE semi-homemade recipes, but you will NEVER catch my husband cooking this way…he’s a “from scratch” kind of guy. I would have gotten a “tisk tisk” had he watched me make this meal. But he didn’t : )
Semi-homemade or not, it was GOOD!
pre-made pizza crust
jar of Alfredo sauce
bag of mozzarella cheese
cooked chicken (chopped)
cooked turkey bacon (chopped)
Italian seasoning
Parmesan cheese
1. Follow the directions on the pizza crust container and preheat your oven.
2. Prepare your dough on your pizza pan/baking sheet.
3. Spread 1-2 cups of Alfredo sauce over the top of the dough (depending on how saucy you like your pizza).
4. Put a thin layer of mozzarella cheese on next.
5. Sprinkle on cooked chicken and bacon.
6. Top with more mozzarella cheese (use as much as you want depending on how cheese you like your pizza).
7. Season with garlic, Italian seasoning, pepper, and Parmesan cheese.  
8. Bake as directed on dough container (mine took about 20 min.).
9. Remove from oven and let cool. 
10. Enjoy with the ones you ♥!
So delicious!!
I think next time I will add sun-dried tomatoes and/or artichokes. Oh man…I ♥ me some pizza!
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Food-a-licious Friday {34} Mini Pizzas

This is one of our favorite meals, and probably one you make in your home as well. I’ve seen mini pizzas made on bagels, garlic bread, pita bread (a friend on Facebook shared that with me!), or English muffins…which is how we usually make our mini pizzas.

-English Muffins 
-pizza or pasta sauce
-shredded motzarella cheese
-mini pepperonis 
-black olives
-parmasan chees
(and anything else you want!)
Top, cook, eat!
I love that this meal is easy for my daughter to help with and even make herself! I also love that you can put whatever toppings on your mini pizza that you want! They also cook up nice and fast.
*We used our toaster oven to cut back on heat and electricity, but you can use an oven to bake these too.*
Here’s Luci’s mini pizza…made all by herself…
What a fun way to make dinner together as a family, too. 
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If you have a recipe you’d like to share with us, please email me! MFTM loves recipe sharing!