Breakfast hash brown pizza

Gin Lee
Breakfast pepperoni, egg & cheese, and hash brown crust pizza.Gin Lee

Homemade breakfast, hash brown pizza

What toppings do you prefer on your breakfast pizza?

The crust on this pizza is so delicious and comes out with the perfect crunch for every bite. I used pepperoni on my pizza, but you can alter the list of ingredients however you want. Ham, sausage, and bacon would all pair perfectly with the egg, cheese, and hash brown crust.
Breakfast pepperoni, egg & cheese, and hash brown crust pizza.Gin Lee


  • 4-6 red potatoes peeled and shredded
  • 2-3 tablespoons of canola oil
  • 3 large eggs
  • About 12 slices of pepperoni
  • 1-½ cups of shredded onion cheddar cheese
  • ¼ cup of chopped diced onion
  • ½ teaspoon of seasoning salt
  • ½ teaspoon of cracked black pepper
  • ¼ teaspoon of smoked paprika


To start, peel the potatoes, then wash them, then shred them in a food processor or by using a hand grater.

Dice the onion. I did not use the entire onion on this pizza. I used less than half of it.
Preparing hash browns for the pizza crust.Gin Lee

Next, add the oil to a large nonstick or cast-iron skillet over medium heat. When the oil starts bubbling, add the shredded potatoes evenly to the skillet. Then create three uniform holes in the top side of the hash brown. Later on, the holes will be where you want to place the raw eggs. Add the seasonings by sprinkling them on. Add the diced onion.

Cook until the potatoes turn golden brown, then carefully flip the hash brown over and repeat. I used a spoon to straighten up the three holes.
Adding the eggs in the three holes on the hash brown pizza crust.Gin Lee

Next, add the three eggs. One for each hole. Place a lid on the skillet until the eggs are almost fully cooked. Now, place the sliced pepperonAddi on the breakfast pizza. Then add the cheese, cover the skillet again, and allow the cheese to melt.
Adding hand-shredded green onion cheddar cheese, to the hash brown pizza.Gin Lee

With a large spatula, take the pizza out of the skillet and serve.

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