Everything bagel breakfast pizza is a showstopper of a pizza. Crispy, quick pizza dough topped with caramelized onions, eggs, prosciutto, mozzarella and finished off with a little bit of cream and green onions is the ultimate meal. But, let’s not forget that everything bagel seasoned crust. Save the crust for last and dunk it in the runny yolks! Perfection!
This weekend I turn the big 3-5. To celebrate a birthday a few years ago, I did a big month of pizza. I kicked off the month of March with how to make pizza dough three different ways: no-knead, yeast, and cauliflower crust. They are still some of my all time favorite posts.
Pizza would most likely be my favorite food. Or tacos. Or pasta. I guess what I am saying is I love all my faves the same.
It’s like picking a favorite child. Can’t do it!
This year for my birthday, just one pizza—an epic pizza at that! Thirty five is the official foot through the doorway into being middle-aged. I don’t need to be showy or flashy with a whole month of pizza recipes. That’s more for somebody in their early 30’s.
Everything bagel breakfast pizza is basically my own version of Pizzeria Bebu’s Bagel Smuggler brunch pizza. Clearly nobody can touch the original but living in the ‘burbs, we sometimes need to take matters into our own hands when we want a hipster city pizza.
Everything bagel breakfast pizza is topped with caramelized onions, eggs, prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, and cream.
But the thing that makes this pizza is that everything bagel seasoned crust!
You guys know I love me some eggs, carbs, and a healthy dose of everything bagel seasoning. I literally have three bottles of Trader Joe’s Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning Blend in my pantry so I never run out.
The quick dough recipe linked above takes an hour to rise. If you prefer to use store-bought prepared pizza dough, make sure to let it come to room temperature before shaping and baking. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
The quick dough recipe linked above takes an hour to rise. If you prefer to use store-bought prepared pizza dough, make sure to let it come to room temperature before shaping and baking.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.