This biscuits and gravy breakfast pizza is a great easy breakfast that both kids and adults will love!
One of my absolute favorite ways to create a recipe is to combine two of my favorites into one easy dish. For these biscuit and gravy breakfast pizzas, I did just that. Biscuits and gravy + pizza = the ultimate breakfast comfort food. And the best part? Like all of my recipes, these are simple to make and super kid friendly. This is also a fantastic way to use any leftover scrambled eggs or country gravy that you might have from a previous breakfast. Or is it just my kid who says he wants eggs and then when they’re cooked wants nothing to do with them?
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Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast Pizza Recipe
First off, start by making your country gravy. You can use your favorite recipe, buy it already made, or use this country gravy recipe I used for the recipe below. I used coconut oil in mine just because that’s what we have on hand but you could substitute the coconut oil with vegetable oil as well if you prefer.
While your gravy is simmering, open your biscuits and roll each one out individually into a small about 8″ circle and chop up your Jones Dairy Farm Maple Pork Sausage links into about 1/2 rounds. I love Jones Dairy Farm breakfast sausage because it’s all-natural, free of any nitrates or nitrites, and tastes amazing! There are few things my toddler likes right now and Jones Dairy Farm sausage is at the top of his list. The maple pork is my absolute favorite because I like things sweet and the maple pork has just that perfect touch of natural sweetness to it!
To find out where to buy the Jones Dairy Farm Maple Pork sausage that I used in this recipe and any other products, check out this product locator. The fully-cooked maple pork sausage links are available in the freezer section.
As soon as your gravy is done, top each biscuit with about a tablespoon of gravy, spreading it around evenly. Then go ahead and top your pizza with scrambled eggs, sausage rounds, and finally, cheese. Bake in the oven at the temperature indicated on the biscuit package for 12-15 minutes or until the biscuits are slightly browned. I like to cook mine on a pizza stone to get the biscuit crust a little more crispy but you can definitely bake them on a regular baking sheet as well.
Remove the pizzas from the baking sheet and serve hot. I love mine drizzled with pure maple syrup but that’s optional. I have a love/hate relationship with maple syrup because I somehow always get it on my shirt so if you’re the same way, feel free to skip the syrup altogether. They’re also delicious with this blueberry breakfast compote.
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