It’s been a few weeks since I tackled a pizza recipe as part of the A Year of Pizza series, so I’ve decided to dive back into the series in a really delicious way. I’ve made pizzas for dinner and a pizza for dessert, so this time I thought I’d try something for breakfast. I was really inspired by this recipe from the BHG archives: Berry Breakfast Pizza.
What I love about this recipe is that it doesn’t require pizza dough. A split, toasted pita is the base for the pizza. The pita provides a very thin and crunchy bed for the delightfully sweet toppings.
I followed the original recipe pretty closely. However, to make it my own (and because I like things pretty sweet), I added a teaspoon of sugar and a dash of vanilla extract to the cream cheese and orange marmalade mixture. Also, I didn’t have cardamom so I substituted cinnamon. The flavor combo was perfect.
I especially like this pizza because I tend to crave something sweet in the morning. While I’d normally head straight for a donut, I think this option is a bit healthier because it incorporates lots of delicious fresh berries.
Other than making sure you have pita bread and fresh berries on hand, this recipe can be put together with pantry staples. Not having to deal with dough making or baking makes it a quick treat to assemble in the morning. Who doesn’t love that?
I hope you enjoy this creative take on pizza. You can find the recipe for Berry Breakfast Pizza here.
Michael Wurm, Jr. – Inspired by Charm
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