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When the holidays come around, it not only means shopping but lots of cooking. I cook a lot of food for Christmas dinner so I like to make something easy for brunch. We don’t do breakfast because everyone likes to graze. Johnsonville asked me to use some of their breakfast sausage to create a recipe for Holiday Brunch.
We regularly eat Johnsonville sausage for breakfast so I knew this would not be too hard. I was happy to see a new addition to their breakfast line.
Fully cooked means less time is spent preparing this sausage to eat. You can warm them up in the microwave for a quick breakfast.
I decided to make something different and make a breakfast pizza. For this recipe I cooked my sausage in a skillet to get a little crispness on it.
While the Johnsonville Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage was cooking, my daughter Kayla whipped up some of her delicious eggs. Once the sausage was finished cooking, we decided to simply slice them up.
To save time, we chose to use a pre made pizza crust. First we spread out a layer of cheese, added the eggs and a little more cheese. The Johnsonville Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage was added with a final layer of cheese.
Once the pizza came out of the oven, a little chopped spinach was added on top.
Johnsonville Sausage Breakfast Pizza
- 2 packages Johnsonville Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage
- 9 eggs
- Pre-made pizza crust
- 1 1/2 cups of cheddar cheese
- Chopped spinach
- Prepare pizza crust. Cook breakfast sausage in a skillet or microwave. Slice sausage and set aside. Spray skillet with cooking spray. In a bowl, beat eggs and season to taste.
- Sprinkle 1/3 of cheese on pizza crust. Evenly spread eggs out on top of cheese. Add 1/3 cheese on eggs. Spread breakfast sausage over the eggs. Add the remaining cheese on top of the sausage.
- Bake pizza according to the directions. Add chopped spinach once pizza is done cooking. Slice and serve.
- *Feel free to add other ingredients to pizza. Chopped tomatoes and mushrooms would be great.
Check out the Johnsonville website for more recipes for breakfast or brunch!